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HK Express announces new direct flights to Sanya

It also offers limited-time promotional fares starting at HK$328 for one-way trips. 

HK Express Airways has announced that it will begin its direct flights to Sanya Phoenix International Airport (SYX) in Hainan, China, on 10 May.

“With a mere two-hour flight, sun-seekers and beach lovers can now easily sojourn to one of Asia's top tropical destinations, allowing more time to savour Sanya’s picturesque seaside or explore the shore at a leisurely pace,” the airline said.

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To mark the launch, HK Express is offering limited-time promotional fares starting at HK$328 for one-way trips. These special fares are valid for travel between 10 May and 31 August 2024. Bookings for the promotion will open at 11:30 am on 17 April and close at 11:59 pm on 21 April 2024.

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