Provides customers with more travel options; Flights to Bali and Shanghai Hongqiao to be resumed in the same month.
HONG KONG – Following the relaxation of global travel restrictions, Hong Kong Airlines will launch four-times weekly nonstop flights connecting Hong Kong and Fukuoka from 7 April 2023. The new service will offer passengers additional flight options to popular destinations in Japan, while also boosting travel flexibility.
Situated off the southwest coast of Japan, Fukuoka is renowned for its beauty, surrounded by the beautiful ocean and picturesque mountains that offer stunning seaside scenery. The harbour city is also named as the metropolis of southern Japan and the gateway to Kyushu. Over the centuries, the city has found a balance of combining modern urbanity with its glorious history, boasting many buildings that have been lovingly preserved from the Meiji period.
Hong Kong Airlines is excited to operate direct flights to Fukuoka for the first time, adding this charming port city to our growing network.
Japan is always listed as the first choice for Hong Kong travellers. With Japan lifting its travel restrictions, the Company believes that the direct flight service to Fukuoka will provide customers with more travel options.
Hong Kong Airlines adjusts its business strategy and network from time to time to respond to changing market conditions. With the anticipated increasing travel demands, the Company also proudly announces that it would resume five-times weekly service to Bali Denpasar and daily service to Shanghai Hongqiao starting from 17 April.
Ticket reservation for the route is now available at designated travel agents. Booking at the Hong Kong Airlines website will be announced at a later stage.
Hong Kong Airlines flight schedule* between Hong Kong and Fukuoka is as follows (All times local):
|HKG – FUK||HX640||1025||1500||Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun|
|FUK – HKG||HX641||1600||1835|
* Flight number and schedule may change without prior notice
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