Auckland planespotters should keep an eye out for the arrival of a China Eastern Airlines A330 which arrives this evening from Shanghai.
The charter flight is operating as MU7069 and will arrive with over 200 passengers from China who will spend a week in New Zealand.
Track the flight here.
It is the first of two charters arriving in New Zealand operated by China Eastern Airlines.
Glenn Wedlock, Auckland Airport’s general manager aeronautical commercial, says, “The charters are further evidence of the confidence of our Chinese travel trade partners, and their commitment to selling New Zealand’s high quality tourism products.”
The A330-200 flights will be operated by the Shanghai-based carrier, China Eastern Airlines, on 27 January and 1 February, and are in addition to the two China Southern New Year flights announced earlier this month.
– Dan News