Hong Kong Airlines has taken delivery of its third all Club Class Airbus A330-200 passenger aircraft to operate on its flagship London route.
The third aircraft, which will be based at London Gatwick, completes the fleet of brand new aircraft dedicated to the all Club Class route between London and Hong Kong, which launched on March 8th 2012.
Each aircraft is configured with just 116 seats in an exclusive all Club Class offering; Club Premier and Club Classic.
Both Clubs have been created to deliver the airline’s exceptional signature service in a spacious environment, including an in flight menu created by Michelin star chef, Jason Atherton; two onboard bars, free WiFi, a superior 96kg luggage allowance of three pieces at 32kg each and state-of-the art AVOD seat-back entertainment systems.
Yang Jian Hong, president, Hong Kong Airlines stated: “We are delighted to welcome the third all Club Class aircraft into our fleet, signaling the final implementation of our London launch phase.
“The response from passengers to our first two aircraft has been fantastic. Hong Kong Airlines recognises that for our business and premium leisure customers, reliability is paramount.
“Having a third aircraft dedicated to our flagship London route will help ensure we can continue to deliver an optimal level of performance.”
Hong Kong Airlines has a total of 23 modern Airbus and Boeing aircraft operating a route network of 28 cities across China, Japan, Southeast Asia and Europe.