HK Express said it has extended its suspension of all flights until June 18 due to the Covid-19 pandemic and travel restrictions imposed by governments in the Asia Pacific region.
The low-cost carrier said it plans to resume flight operations on June 19 “subject to the development of the situation”. Ticket sales remain available for flights from June 19, it added.
The Hong Kong-based airline said affected customers can opt for credit vouchers for future purchases with HK Express. Customers can also change their travel date or travel route.
Earlier this month, Hong Kong extended its travel ban on non-Hong Kong residents and announced that it would continue to keep in place quarantine measures, as well as its suspension of all transit flights “until further notice”.