Dragonair eyes Hong Kong-Hiroshima route

rp_plane-for-insurance-300x200-300x2001-300x2001-300x2001-300x200-300x200.jpgMay 26 (TravelAndy): Dragonair intends to start operations on the Hong Kong-Hiroshima route from August 16 and is currently awaiting government approval to that effect.

The Hong Kong-based airline plans to operate two flights a week on this route.

If the government green-lights the plan, Dragonair will become the first airline to fly on this route.

“Japan has long been a popular destination among the Hong Kong travelling public and this new service will cater to the growing demand for both leisure and commercial traffic,” Dragonair CEO Algernon Yau said.

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