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AVIATION | Tony Chua, Hong Kong
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Dragonair backs air services arrangement between Hong Kong and Taiwan

The ASA seen to provide better opportunities in strengthening Hong Kong’s position as an aviation hub.

Dragonair welcomes the Air Services Arrangement (ASA) signed Monday between Hong Kong and Taiwan. The ASA signifies a new milestone for the development of air services between Hong Kong and Taiwan. Dragonair believes the ASA will not only allow room to increase flights, capacity and destinations, but also encourage and stimulate traffic between the two places which will bring additional benefits and advantages for both.

Dragonair operates a total of nine daily flights to Taiwan - three to Taipei and six to Kaohsiung. With the airline’s current network which covers key Asian destinations combined with the international network of sister airline Cathay Pacific, Dragonair believes the ASA will offer greater opportunities in strengthening the Cathay Pacific Group’s connectivity worldwide as well as Hong Kong’s position as an aviation hub, according to a Dragonair report.

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