is to increase the number of flights from Hong Kong to London to three times per day from June 3, 2005. The new service, due to
commence immediately prior to the peak summer travel season, will see the airline offer 21 flights a week to London.
“The introduction of the triple daily flight service is in response to increasing demand for flights from Hong Kong to London,” said Fernando Suarez, British Airways
general manager, Greater China and the Philippines. “We have seen tremendous growth in demand for seats and are pleased to be able to offer our passengers the
choice they want across four cabins,” he said.
The airline believes its extensive European network which provides over 600 flights a day between the UK and the Continent, is of great appeal to both business and
“We’re dedicated to providing convenient flight services for travellers. The enhanced schedule means British Airways is the only airline offering three London flights per
day from Hong Kong with the most popular choice of evening departures. Landing in London first thing in the morning lets passengers make the most of their holiday or
business trip in the UK, or for connections to the Continent,” added Mr Suarez.
The triple daily London service from Hong Kong follows the recent announcement by the airline of its new British Airways service from Shanghai to London, also
commencing in June. This extensive Greater China network that now includes Hong Kong, Beijing and
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