Lucky Air adds flights to Southeast Asia

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Lucky Air is adding flights to four Southeast Asian destinations

Lucky Air, a subsidiary of China’s HNA Group, has started expanding its Southeast Asian operations with the launch of a series of new flights from its home base of Kunming.

On 17 December the airline launched three weekly flights to Siem Reap, on 20 December it commenced a new twice weekly service to Penang, and on 22 December the airline launched twice weekly flights to Phu Quoc.

Finally on 23 January 2017, ahead of Lunar New Year, Lucky Air will launch four weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur.

The carrier will deploy its Boeing 737 aircraft on all new routes.
Also this month, Lucky Air unveiled its new international website.
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