Hong Kong Airlines will continue to expand its Japanese network this summer with the launch of flights to Tokyo Narita Airport.
Starting in July, Hong Kong airlines will launch a twice daily service between Hong Kong and Narita Airport, Tokyo.
The new Tokyo route will be operated by A330-300 wide-body aircraft, with its business class cabin featuring 32 seats. As a full-service airline, passengers can enjoy the convenience of traveling with up to 20kg of checked baggage on free-of-charge basis. There will be a morning an afternoon flight in both directions.
Hong Kong Airlines’ chief commercial officer said, “we are pleased to add Tokyo Narita to our growing Asian network, offering our passengers with a wider range of travel options, and strengthening Hong Kong’s position as one of the world’s major aviation hubs.”
By Mark Elliott. This article is a fragment originally published on Travel Daily Asia and can be read in full here.