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Hong Kong Airlines adds frequency to Haikou

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To cater for the growing market demand, Hong Kong Airlines will increase the flight frequency on its Hong Kong – Haikou route service from 7 flights to 9 flights a week commencing on 25 December.

Mr. Li Dianchun, Commercial Director of Hong Kong Airlines said, “We are happy to see amazing growth in passenger traffic between Hong Kong and Haikou. The increasing passenger demand encourages us to further enhance our flight frequency. We hope the additional flights will provide our passengers with more flexible options for leisure and business.” He continued that Hainan Island is a famous travel destination. The newly added flights on every Friday and Sunday offer the best getaway for our customers.

Hong Kong Airlines is a full-service airline established in Hong Kong in 2006. Ever since then Hong Kong Airlines has grown to become an internationally-acclaimed carrier with its principal place of business in Hong Kong. Recognizing the warmth of its service and the quality of its onboard offering, Hong Kong Airlines has been awarded the highly-esteemed 4-star rating from Skytrax since 2011. Hong Kong Airlines’ network currently covers almost 30 cities across the Asia-Pacific region, including Beijing, Shanghai, Sanya, Taipei, Sapporo, Bangkok, Bali and Okinawa. The current operating fleet has 26 aircraft with an average age of around 3.5 years, consisting of four Airbus A330-300s, nine Airbus A330-200s, eight A320s of passenger flights and five Airbus A330-200Fs of cargo flights. Adhering to the concept of “Fresh and Very Hong Kong”, Hong Kong Airlines is committed to “Bringing Greater Journeys Sky High”, and is dedicated to providing an extraordinary flight experience to the passengers.

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