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Hong Kong Express Airways to launch Flights to Okinawa

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Friday, 1 February 2008

Hong Kong Express Airways has welcomed the lifting of capacity restrictions on flights between Hong Kong and all Japanese cities with the exception of Tokyo. The announcement marks a key step in the airlines development of new scheduled services to Japan which will commence with the introduction of flights to Okinawa in early April.

The new air services arrangement which allows all Hong Kong carriers to operate to Japan without capacity restriction is very much welcomed. I applaud such a significant step, said Mr. Ronnie Choi, President of Hong Kong Express Airways.

Operating scheduled services to additional destinations in Japan is not only a tremendous plus for travellers but will affirm our position and status as a truly regional player in a market which we firmly believe has strong growth potential Choi added.

In addition to launching flights to Okinawa, Hong Kong Express Airways plans to seek approval to introduce scheduled services to a further three destinations in Japan in 2008: Nagoya, Kagoshima and Okayama.

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