Hong Kong Airlines to add flight frequency to Haikou starting December 1
Bangkok and Haikou have always been tourists’ favorite destinations in Hong Kong Airlines’ network. Facing the strong market demand, Hong Kong Airlines (HKA) will increase the frequency of its Haikou route service to 11 flights a week, starting on 1 December 2014. Capacity on the Bangkok route will also be expanded with a sixth daily service, commencing on 19 December 2014. The newly-added flight details are as follow:
Mr. Li Dianchun, Commercial Director of HKA said, "The emerging passenger traffic between Hong Kong, Thailand and Hainan Island reveals the significance of adding frequency to the Bangkok and Haikou route. With the expanded services, more than 3,200 seats will be offered everyday with different flight times for Bangkok route; an addition of 1,300 seats will also be offered every week traveling between Hong Kong and Haikou, providing our passengers with more flexible travel options."
Hong Kong Airlines always strive to satisfy passengers’ every travel desire. Apart from Bangkok and Haikou, HKA also operates frequent daily flights from Hong Kong to cities like Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, Hangzhou and Okinawa. A new five-time weekly service between Hong Kong and Sapporo, Japan will soon be launched on 19 December 2014, bringing passengers with abundant travel choices and quality service.
SOURCE: Travel Daily News
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