China Southern W17 Guangzhou international changes as of 18JUL17

China Southern in recent schedule update made additional changes to its planned Northern winter 2017/18 season, effective from 29OCT17. Planned changes for Guangzhou international service as follow.

Guangzhou – Adelaide A330-300 replaces -200, 3 weekly. Premium Economy is offered on this route
Guangzhou – Auckland CZ335/336 operated by A330-200, replacing previously planned 787-8 (Overall 1 daily each 777-300ER and A330-200)
Guangzhou – Chiang Mai Increase from 10 to 13 weekly, instead of previously planned 11 weekly
Guangzhou – Christchurch Planned increase from 3 to 5 weekly (based on comparison with W16) remains unchanged, however operational days switching from Day x26 to Day x16. 787-8 operation
Guangzhou – Dhaka 1 daily A330-200 service, introduced in summer season, will be maintained on/after 29OCT17, replacing 737-800
Guangzhou – Melbourne 09DEC17 – 28FEB18 Increase from 18 weekly in W16 to 21 weekly
Guangzhou – Phuket Increase from 11 to 14 weekly. The airline previously filed 10 weekly in W17
Guangzhou – Toronto Increase from 3 weekly in S16 to 4 weekly, 777-300ER service

Previously reported changes:
Guangzhou – Cairns eff 13DEC17 NEW 3 weekly flights, A330-200 service
Guangzhou – London Heathrow Service operates 10 weekly in W17, an increase from 7 weekly in W16. 787-8 operating
Guangzhou – Perth eff 29OCT17 Increase from 4 to 5 weekly, A330-300 service

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