Dragonair adds more China services

15th Jun 2007

Dragonair is strengthening its services to a number of major destinations in Mainland China from August 1, adding additional services to Chongqing, while services to Fuzhou will double to 14 a week. The number of flights to Busan - Dragonair’s latest destination, launched in January this year - will also be raised from three per week to daily from July 1.

The extra services are part of an ongoing initiative to strengthen Dragonair’s network after the airline became part of the Cathay Pacific Group in September last year. Dragonair also plans to operate a total of 30 charter services, mainly to Japan, between July 15 and August 26 to meet expected high travel demand over the summer peak.


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