Four-times weekly service between Hong Kong and Phuket starting from 16 June 2023.
HONG KONG – As international travel rebounds at a swift pace, Hong Kong Airlines has increased its flight capacity to meet the rising demand. In addition to its previously announced new Fukuoka service on 7 April 2023, the company announced a four-times weekly service between Hong Kong and Phuket starting from 16 June 2023. This move aims to strengthen and expand the connectivity between Hong Kong and regional destinations, thereby facilitating a wider range of travel alternatives for passengers.
Phuket is located in the southern region of Thailand, bordering the Andaman Sea on the Indian Ocean coast. As the largest island in Thailand, it draws millions of tourists each year. Being one of the most popular leisure travel destinations in Thailand, Phuket offers diverse range of
experiences, such as unwinding on the sandy beaches, exploring the local culture in the old town, and surfing on white sand beaches, surrounded by awe-inspiring views of pristine nature.
Hong Kong Airlines continues to adjust its network strategies and launching the new service to Phuket will further leverage Hong Kong’s connectivity as a regional hub in Asia to meet the demand of international transit and travel need in the Southeast Asia region. The airline is increasing its flight capacity gradually in preparation for the forthcoming summer holidays and peak travel season.
Hong Kong Airlines is committed to providing a comfortable, secure, and convenient travel experience to passengers, whether they are travelling with family, friends, or alone. Ticket reservation for the route is now available on the Hong Kong Airlines website.
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