Hong Kong Airlines increase flights to Mainland China
Additional flights will be operated to Chongqing, Sanya, and Hangzhou.
Hong Kong Airlines will be adding more flights to Mainland China to cater to the increase in demand as travel restrictions ease and the expected surge in the summer.
In a statement, Hong Kong Airlines said it will be resuming flight services daily to Chongqing and Sanya starting on 15 June and 1 July, respectively.
Meanwhile, aside from the current Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday flights to Hangzhou, the airline will add daily flights to the destination starting on 15 June.
Hong Kong Airlines is currently servicing flights to seven destinations in Mainland China which include Beijing (Capital), Beijing (Daxing), Haikou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Shanghai (Hongqiao), and Shanghai (Pudong).
It plans to resume flights to more destinations by year-end.