Monday, May 13, 2013

Dragonair to Boost Frequency on India-Hong Kong Route

International flyers considering tickets on flights for travelling between India and Hong Kong have all the reason to smile now. Dragonair, the sister airline of Cathay Pacific, has announced to offer tickets for additional service on Kolkata-Hong Kong route from October 4.

The carrier currently runs flights on Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and will offer tickets for new services on Thursday from October 4. The additional operation is going to bring the total number of flights from four to five per week, providing greater flexibility and vast connectivity to travellers seeking tickets for convenient air travel on the route.

Kolkata-Hong Kong is a popular route and enjoys immense popularity among leisure as well as business travellers seeking tickets aboard flights. It is the only carrier that links these two prominent Asian destinations after Air India Express drew back its operations a year ago.

It is expected that the extra service is going to cater to the growing demands and benefit all kinds of fliers who often remain on a mad scramble for tickets for flights running on the sector.  

The Hong Kong-based carrier is an affiliate member of oneworld, one of the largest global airline alliances.  Passengers reserving tickets with the airline can take advantage of its extensive network, peerless onboard entertainment and flexible options.

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