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Business class made more affordable

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CHINA Southern Airlines have launched 14 new codeshare business class services with Air France. 

China Southern general manager Australia/New Zealand Henry He said the airline's European expansion was aimed at better connecting Australians with exciting destinations like Copenhagen, Venice, Lisbon, Manchester and Nice via Guangzhou, the airline's hub in southern China.

"Available from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, these great value fares are part of our ongoing commitment to provide our passengers with highly affordable travel in all classes to China and the rest of the world," Mr He said.

The new return codeshare business class prices include Venice from $4837* and Copenhagen from $4843*. 

The new Air France services are in addition to a long standing codeshare agreement with KLM, connecting Australians with Amsterdam and the Dutch carrier's extensive European network over Guangzhou.

*Subject to conditions and availability.

For more information visit Fly China Southern.

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