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Hong Kong Airlines to launch new service to Nagoya

Flights to Tokyo (Narita) will be increased to three times daily from June.

HONG KONG – The expansion of Hong Kong Airlines across Japan continues, with the announcement of a new four-times weekly service connecting Hong Kong and Nagoya from 8 July 2023. Following the launch of the Fukuoka service in April and the additional flights to other resumed destinations in Japan, the service to Nagoya represents Hong Kong Airlines’ continued efforts to provide travellers more options to explore the country.

Nagoya is the capital city of Aichi Prefecture and home to 2.3 million people. As the transportation hub of Japan, it is an important gateway for travellers to easily connect to different popular attractions. From the magnificent Nagoya Castle, which has a significant place in Japanese history, to the scenic countryside of Shirakawagō, a UNESCO World Heritage site famous for its traditional gassho-zukuri farmhouses, Nagoya is an excellent destination for those looking to experience the rich history and vibrant culture of Japan.

Hong Kong Airlines continues to optimise its flight operations to meet the increasing demand for summer travel between Hong Kong and Japan. In addition to the two daily flights to Osaka and Okinawa, and three weekly flights to Sapporo; flights to Tokyo (Narita) will be increased to three times daily from June, while flights to Fukuoka and Nagoya will become daily from June and August respectively.

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