HK Express adds routes in China and Japan

HK Express Nagoya Press Conference

At the HK Express Nagoya Press Conference, HK Express’ Commercial Director Luke Lovegrove announced the amazing inaugural one-way fare accompanied by Fuu, the mascot of Chubu International Airport. Competition on the route comes from Cathay Pacific Airways (twice-daily flights) and All Nippon Airways (daily flights).

HK Express announced inaugural one-way fare to Zhengzhou

HK Express’ Executive Chairman and President, Jimmy Ma announced the amazing inaugural one-way fare to Zhengzhou with a group of Siu Lin Ku Fung kids. China Southern Airlines and Dragonair both already serve the city pair.

  • HK Express continues to expand its network from its Hong Kong (HKG) base. On 18 September the airline began six times weekly flights on the 2,602-kilometre route to Nagoya (NGO) in Japan. Competition on this route comes from Cathay Pacific Airways (14 weekly flights) and All Nippon Airways (seven weekly flights). On 26 September Zhengzhou (CGO) in China was added to the network. This 1,379-kilometre route will be served five times weekly and faces competition from China Southern Airlines and Dragonair, who both operate daily flights. With 13.14 million passengers in 2013 (+12.6%), Zhengzhou Xinzheng International Airport ranked 18th in China in 2013. See how Nagoya Chubu International Airport’s fire truck water arch salute compares to others from around the world this week.

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