Dragonair Increases Shanghai Services

28th Oct 2004

Dragonair is to operate three more flights every week to Shanghai in its winter schedule that begins October 31, giving passengers a total of 87 flights a week to choose from to the Mainland business hub.
“The three new Shanghai services ensures Dragonair remains the airline of choice when flying to the Mainland, and that Hong Kong is the most convenient gateway to the Mainland by far,” said Stanley Hui, Dragonair’s Chief Executive Officer.

Meanwhile, Dragonair Cargo plans to raise frequencies to Shanghai in the winter, with timings to be confirmed.

“We will operate three additional services to Shanghai for a total of 16 freighter flights a week,” said Mr. Hui. “We want to build on the demand in the market and offer shippers even more flexibility.”

The airlines’ winter timetable is valid from October 31 to March 26, 2005.


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