Hong Kong Airlines has signed a code share agreement with Air India.
The agreement enables passengers to book on HKA while with Air India as the operating carrier to an expanded network of destinations.
HKA customers will be provided with even better access to key parts of India, Japan and Korea.
They will be able to enjoy daily flights between Hong Kong and Delhi, a three times weekly flight between Hong Kong and Osaka, as well as a four times weekly flight between Hong Kong and Seoul, all to be served by Air India’s latest Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
The codeshare takes effect for flights all flights from July 4th.
Mr. Li of HKA said: “Hong Kong Airlines has always been committed to strengthening its competitive offerings in Asia Pacific and to expanding its network actively.
“We are glad to have this opportunity to partner with Air India, a well-established national carrier, to provide more travel options to our customers via this code share arrangement.
“The code share agreement broadens our reach to India, Japan and Korea, making it a significant landmark in Hong Kong Airlines’ network development.
“And we look forward to further cooperation with Air India in the future.”
Besides Air India, HKA has established code share arrangements with renowned carriers including EVA Airways, China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, and Hainan Airlines, striving to provide better connections for its customers.