Hong Kong Airlines launches twice weekly Saipan service

24th Jun 2016
Hong Kong Airlines launches twice weekly Saipan service

Commencing on July 6th, Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed full-service airline, will exclusively operate twice-weekly direct flight between Hong Kong and Saipan International Airport.

Airbus A333 aircraft with 292 seats, including 32 business class seats will be deployed on the route. 

The Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands is a group of 14 islands in which Saipan is the largest one and its capital.

Famed for its sunshine throughout the year and beautiful beaches with crystal clear water, Saipan is the one of the best destinations for water sports lovers with many spectacular scuba diving sites. 

The Grotto, collapsed limestone cavern is undoubtedly a not-to-miss one.


With breath-taking white sand beaches along Managaha Island, also named as “Lovers Island”, Saipan is an authentic paradise.

“Boasted with the panoramic sea view at Banzai Cliff, Saipan never stops to amaze you. 

Li Dianchun, chief commercial officer of Hong Kong Airlines said, “To welcome the amazing summer, we are delighted that Hong Kong Airlines is launching this Saipan service, offering even more choices to passengers travelling to tropical islands.

“Boasted with this new service, Hong Kong Airlines will continue to grow our route network in Asia Pacific region, providing more flexible travel options to passengers from around the world, and further strengthening Hong Kong’s position as one of the world’s major aviation hubs.” 

Hong Kong Airlines is a full-service airline offering passengers the convenience of travelling with up to 46KG of checked baggage# and meals on free-of-charge basis.


Recommended for you

Follow Breaking Travel News

Travel Events Calendar

Media Partnerships

Global Restaurant Investment ForumThe Hospitality & Tourism SummitCATHIC
ITB AsiaChina Outbound Travel & Tourism MarketThe Travel Marketing Store
Serviced Apartment SummitWorld Travel MarketIMEX
AHICWTTCRoutes Online
UBM Aviation