Hong Kong-based carrier, Dragonair, has announced that it will commence a twice-weekly service to Denpasar, Bali, starting April 27, 2014, adding one of the world’s most popular leisure destinations to the airline’s growing network and providing more choice for its passengers. Denpasar will become Dragonair’s first destination in Indonesia and will be the 15th destination to have been launched or resumed by the airline since April 2012.
Dragonair’s sister airline, Cathay Pacific, currently operates a daily service between Hong Kong and Bali. Together, the two airlines will operate a total of nine weekly flights on the Denpasar route. Dragonair’s flights will be operated by an Airbus A330-300 configured in a two-class arrangement.
“We are very excited about launching flights to Denpasar and being able to further expand our presence in Asia. We look forward to welcoming passengers on board to experience our award-winning service and products,” said Patrick Yeung, chief executive officer, Dragonair.
“This new service will provide customers with greater choice and convenience at the same time as bolstering Hong Kong’s position as one of the world’s leading aviation hubs,” he added.