Hong Kong Airlines to Step up Services in China 

As regional and international travel picks up, Hong Kong Airlines ramps up its flight operations to Mainland China to meet the growing demand. 

Hong Kong Airlines is committed to serving as a major regional airline, enabling easy connections to other international markets and Mainland China from its hub in Hong Kong.

Starting in June, the carrier will increase connections between Hong Kong and key destinations in Mainland China. Daily services to Chongqing (June 15) and Sanya (July 1) will be resumed, offering convenient flight options for both business and leisure travellers. In addition, flights to Hangzhou will become 10 times weekly with a convenient travel schedule.

The airline currently operates services to seven destinations in Mainland China, including Beijing (Capital), Beijing (Daxing), Haikou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Shanghai (Hongqiao) and Shanghai (Pudong). It strives to resume service to more destinations by the end of this year. 

Established in 2006, Hong Kong Airlines is a full-service airline firmly rooted in Hong Kong. The airline flies to 25 destinations across the Asia Pacific and currently maintains 90 interline and 16 codeshares with multiple airline partners and ferry service providers. Hong Kong Airlines operates an all-Airbus fleet. It has been awarded the internationally acclaimed four-star rating from Skytrax since 2011.

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