Celebrating the launch of Dragonair’s daily service to Wenzhou in Hong Kong were airline and airport officials. Passengers on the inaugural flight were given commemorative goodie bags.
- Dragonair, which already added flights to the Chinese city of Zhengzhou this year, continued the growth of its Chinese outreach last week, as it added daily flights to Wenzhou (WNZ) to its offering from Hong Kong (HKG) on 25 January. Dragonair’s CEO, Patrick Yeung, commented: “Dragonair continues to keep a close eye on China and the Southeast Asian region, two areas of high potential and dynamic traffic flow. With the launch of Wenzhou, Dragonair serves 22 destinations in our core market of Mainland China.” Flights on the 900-kilometre route are operated in competition with China Eastern Airlines’ also daily frequencies.