Chinese narrowbody aircraft operator Donghai Airlines proposes to open the first scheduled services between China and Darwin in northern Australia, a tourism market. Donghai plans to fly Boeing 737-800s 3X-weekly between Darwin and its home base, Shenzhen, an economically strong city in southern China. The service will begin in September, subject to likely approval from the Civil Aviation Administration of China. The airline’s fleet comprises 15 737-800s. Contrasting with ...

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