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Airline connects travellers to Europe

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AUSTRALIAN holidaymakers can now fly China Southern to Europe's hottest destinations after 14 more services were added to the airline's existing codeshare agreement with Air France.

The expansion into new corners of Europe connects Australians with the continent's most beautiful cities.

For the first time this summer, China Southern will fly from Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth via Guangzhou and Paris to exciting European destinations including Copenhagen, Venice, Lisbon and Nice.

Return flights from Brisbane to Barcelona start from $1549* with good connections including a two hour break between Paris and Barcelona and a four hour evening stopover in Guangzhou that allows passengers to enjoy some authentic Cantonese food before flying home.

Melbourne to Munich fares cost from $1611* with all stopovers under five hours.

Perth to Prague flights start from $1543* while Sydneysiders can fly to Copenhagen via Guangzhou and Paris from $1561*.

The 14 new destinations are in addition to China Southern's existing codeshare links with Air France to London, Madrid and Milan.

The new services are part of a worldwide expansion to better connect Australia with Europe and the rest of the world through Guangzhou, the airline's hub in southern China.

For more information visit Fly China Southern.

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