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China Airlines’ flights between Auckland, Brisbane, and Taipei have resumed, with three flights per week from October to December, increasing to five flights per week from January to March next year.
The airline has been serving the Taipei–Brisbane–Auckland route for over a decade. Currently, it provides passengers with three weekly flights on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday through the end of this year. Beginning in January 2023, the airline will introduce two additional services on Thursday and Saturday.
Flights from Taipei to Auckland stop in Brisbane, where local passengers board before continuing to New Zealand’s largest city. Likewise, flights from Auckland to Taipei stop in Brisbane, where passengers disembark and then reboard the plane with locals headed to Taiwan.
China Airlines provides passengers flying to New Zealand with a wide range of flight options thanks to its three cabin classes (Business, Premium Economy, and Economy).
Business, Premium, and Economy class customers can choose from various services and amenities included in their ticket price, such as baggage check, a meal service, and in-flight entertainment.
Pre-selection of seats is available to passengers, with no additional fee for Business Class passengers and a nominal fee for Premium and Economy price passengers.
Except for the Basic Economy fare, all other fares may check in a maximum of two pieces of baggage, with higher allowances for Premium and Business flights.