Hong Kong Airlines flies to Tokyo

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Hong Kong Airlines will continue to expand its Japanese network this summer with the launch of flights to Tokyo Narita Airport.

Commencing on 1 July 2016, the airline operate a twice daily service between Hong Kong International Airport and Narita, using a twin-aisle Airbus A330-300 aircraft with 32 seats in business class and 260 in economy.

The morning and afternoon flights will depart HKIA at 0915 and 1530, arriving in the Japanese capital at 1455 and 2055. The return services will leave Narita at 1555 and 0930 and arrive back in Hong Kong at 2005 and 1330.

“As the capital of Japan and one of the most important metropolitan cities in Asia, Tokyo has long been the favourite destination for Hong Kong people for both business and leisure travel,” said Li Dianchun, Hong Kong Airlines’ chief commercial officer.

“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.”

Tokyo will become Hong Kong Airlines’ seventh destination in Japan, following Okinawa, Okayama, Sapporo, Kagoshima, Miyazaki and Kumamoto.

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