Hong Kong Airlines is planning to increase services to key Chinese cities next month.
On March 18, a third daily all-economy class service will be deployed between Hong Kong and Hangzhou – a leading IT, pharmaceuticals, electronics and food processing hub. For more on the city, see Business Traveller Asia-Pacific’s Inside China report here. And make sure to check out the upcoming March issue, which will feature an in-depth report on how mega infrastructure developments are connecting the city with the surrounding metropolises of Shanghai and Suzhou.
This additional A320 service is penned to depart Hong Kong at 1700 for a 1915 arrival at Hangzhou International Airport, and will then take off again at 2040 and touch down in Hong Kong at 2300, according to industry website airlineroute.net.
On March 30, meanwhile, extra services to Xiamen and Guilin are set to commence. The former, operated by an all-economy class A320, will go from six a week to daily, while the latter will receive three extra services, going from four to seven per week. The Guilin route will be operated by a two-class A320.
For more information, visit www.hongkongairlines.com