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Guiyang gets Italian charter flights

Where? Milan (Italy) to Guiyang, pictured (China)
When? Once a week, from 10 July to 2 October 2017
Who? Neos
Why? Italian charter carrier creates new direct service to one of China’s most popular scenic tourist destinations
Anything else? Travellers wanting to sample the local Guiyang cuisine could try “changwangmian” – noodles with blood and intestines

Fiji Airways to start flying to Adelaide

Where? Nadi (Fiji) to Adelaide (Australia)
When? Twice a week, effective 30 June 2017
Who? Fiji Airways
Why? National carrier continues to expand links with Australia, Fiji’s largest source market. Adelaide also has a strong Fijian expat community
Anything else? Travellers from Adelaide can also connect to Los Angeles and San Francisco, via Fiji

China Eastern adds new Singapore link

Where? Hangzhou (China) to Singapore
When? Four times a week, effective 25 August 2017
Who? China Eastern Airlines
Why? Chinese carrier takes advantage of surging outbound travel and strong trade links with Singapore
Anything else? Flights will operate via Quanzhou, the manufacturing city known as China’s “shoe capital”

AirAsia starts flying to Nha Trang

Where? Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Cam Ranh (Vietnam)
When? Daily, effective 14 September 2017
Who? AirAsia
Why? Low-cost carrier provides its first connection to Nha Trang (pictured), the increasingly popular Vietnamese beach resort
Anything else? This will become the first direct flight to Cam Ranh International Airport from Malaysia
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