Dragonair launches Manila flights

Ninth destination as part of Cathay group

Dragonair has announced it will launch a new five times weekly service between Hong Kong to Manila from December 15.

The new service will be operated by an A320 aircraft, subject to government approval, and is the carrier’s ninth new destination since joining the Cathay Pacific Group.

“We are excited to announce our entry into the Philippines market to offer a wider choice of options for travellers. Traffic flow and demand between Manila and Hong Kong continues to grow and the new service will be a significant boon in terms of business and trading activities between Hong Kong and the Philippines,” said Dragonair CEO, Kenny Tang.

Source: Routes News

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