Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed full-service airline, will become the only carrier providing direct twice-weekly flight service between Hong Kong and Kuching, Malaysia, when services launch on May 28th. The new service will be operated by an all-economy class Airbus A320 aircraft, further strengthen the airline’s network in Asia.
Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed full-service airline, will officially launch thrice-weekly flight service to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on February 27th. An all-economy class Airbus A320 aircraft will be deployed on the Phnom Penh route. The new service will further strengthen the airline’s network in Asia and offer more choices and greater convenience to passengers travelling to and from Cambodia.
Hong Kong International Airport’s HK$10-billion Midfield Concourse, as well as its auxiliary facilities including the aviation fuel supply system and the Automated People Mover connecting Terminal 1 and the MFC, has been completed on schedule. Construction of the 105,000-square-metre five-storey new concourse began in 2011.
In view of increasing passenger demand, Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed full-service airline, will increase the flight frequency on its Hong Kong - Tianjin route service to double daily commencing on January 16th 2016. Li Dianchun, commercial director of Hong Kong Airlines said: “Benefitting from the booming economic and cultural exchanges between Hong Kong and Tianjin, we see a significant increase in visitor volume which encourages us to further enhance the flight frequency to twice daily.”
Hong Kong Airlines will launch its first thrice-weekly service to Australia next year, commencing on January 8th 2016. The new service is a triangular service starting from Hong Kong to Gold Coast, and continuing to Cairns en-route back to Hong Kong. Airbus A330 aircraft with 292 seats including 32 business class seats will be deployed on the route, operating on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has expanded its codeshare agreement with Hong Kong Airlines to provide travellers with enhanced connections between Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. Under the expanded codeshare agreement, Hong Kong Airlines will place its ‘HX’ flight code on Etihad Airways’ flights between Hong Kong, the world’s third most important financial centre, and Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the UAE.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, and Hong Kong Airlines, an internationally-acclaimed airline, have signed a codeshare agreement to provide travellers with enhanced connections between Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Subject to regulatory approval, Etihad Airways will place its ‘EY’ code on Hong Kong Airlines’ flights between Hong Kong and Bangkok, allowing business and leisure travellers to book a round trip between Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi via Thailand’s capital.
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.
With the airline now focusing on its full service offering, Michael Burke, assistant director, Hong Kong Airlines, here talks to Phil Blizzard at the IATA AGM 2014. He also discusses the importance of the growing Chinese business travel market.
Hong Kong Airlines announced today that it will launch a three-times weekly service between Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Hong Kong Airlines has confirmed it will drop flights between Hong Kong and Gatwick from September 10th. The all-business class airline has decided to scrap the service after just six months in operation.
Hong Kong Airlines has suspended all bookings for its Gatwick to Hong Kong route after September 3, spurring speculation that it may drop the route after just six months.