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Correction: double daily China Southern summer flights

Media Advisory l 16 May 2014

Correction to yesterday’s media release re double daily China Southern summer flights

Yesterday Auckland Airport issued a media release welcoming the announcement by China Southern Airlines that it will increase its 2014/2015 summer peak season flights on the Guangzhou-Auckland route from 10 to 14 per week.

The release incorrectly said “Auckland Airport forecasts this will add 30,000 seats to the route and inject $43 million into the New Zealand economy.”

The statement should have said “Auckland Airport forecasts this will add 40,000 seats to the route and inject $43 million into the New Zealand economy.”

We apologise for this error.

Ends

Original release [now corrected]: Auckland Airport welcomes double daily China Sth flight

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