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Published on : Friday, January 29, 2016
Further strengthening China’s Hong Kong Airline’s network in Asia, the airlines will launch thrice-weekly flight service to Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia from Feb. 27, an airline senior official said here on Friday.
An all-economy-class Airbus A320 aircraft, with a full capacity of 174 passengers, will be operated on the Hong Kong-Phnom Penh route every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, said Johnny Wan, deputy general manager at the airline’s business development department.
“The direct flight will offer more choices and increased convenience to Cambodians travelling out of their country and connecting to our network in Mainland China, further promoting the tourism and business ties between Hong Kong and Cambodia,” he added.
Hong Kong Airlines will be the third Hong Kong to Cambodia service, adding to Dragonair and Hong Kong Express.
Established in 2006, Hong Kong Airlines is operating 27 new Airbus aircraft, connecting Hong Kong with over 30 major cities across the Asia-Pacific region, Johnny said.
Tags: Hong Kong Airlines