Oasis’ fourth plane takes to the skies

11th Dec 2007

This weekend marked the inaugural flight of Oasis Hong Kong Airlines’ fourth plane as it took off on the Hong Kong - London Gatwick route on Saturday.

The delivery of the new Boeing 747-400, previously owned and maintained by ANA, brings the fleet to four, with another plane due for delivery in early 2008. The arrival of this plane also sees flights on the London-Hong Kong route increasing to 10 a week from 16th December 2007.

Steve Miller, Chief Executive Officer of Oasis Hong Kong Airlines, comments: “The arrival of our fourth plane marks another milestone in our history, getting closer to our goal of eventually expanding our fleet to ten aircraft by the end of 2008. ANA is an airline known for its reliability and dedication to safety, the very qualities that are at the core of Oasis. We look forward to the addition of these aircraft which will allow us to fly our passengers to many exciting destinations around the world in future.”


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