British Airways will double its services between London Heathrow and Hong Kong this month, with the introduction of its Airbus A350-1000 aircraft on the route.
The addition of daily BA31 and BA32 services will increase the weekly number of flights to 14 from 7 currently.
The new schedule will operate from March 26 until October 23, 2023, as follows:
Noella Ferns, British Airways’ head of sales, Asia Pacific, said: “Customers travelling from Hong Kong love travelling to the UK and Europe and it’s fantastic that international travellers will be able to visit this vibrant city once again. With these additional flights, we’ll be offering a convenient choice of double daily services between the two financial hubs.
The additional flights BA31 and BA32 will be served by the carrier’s Airbus A350-1000 aircraft, which features the Club Suite business class product with a lie-flat bed, direct aisle access, and a sliding door for greater privacy.
Ferns added: “We’re proud to be the only airline offering a business cabin suite with a privacy door on a direct service between Hong Kong and London. The suite has been designed to offer privacy, comfort and space – a place where we know our customers can enjoy work, rest and play.”