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first_imgairlinesBeijing Capital AirlinesChina Beijing Capital Airlines is starting direct flights between Sydney and Qingdao, in the southeast part of Shandong Province. Qingdao is known as the home of Tsingtao beer. The airline will fly twin-aisle A330-200 aircraft four times a week – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday – on the route, and flies Melbourne – Qingdao three times a week on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.“You can now fly direct to Australia from no less than 18 different cities in mainland China. Many of these new flights are from China’s secondary cities such as Kunming, Hangzhou, Wuhan and now Qingdao, effectively opening up parts of China that are, as yet, largely untapped,” said Tourism Australia chief executive John O’Sullivan. last_img