India's Kingfisher Airlines is to launch daily
non-stop flights between Hong Kong and Mumbai from 16 September
2009. Flights on this new route will be operated
using a brand new Airbus A330-200.
The fast growing airline, will also
launch flights between Singapore and Mumbai on 17
of flights from India to Hong Kong and Singapore marks the first
time that Kingfisher Airlines will be flying to South East Asia.
Hong Kong and Singapore will be the 6th and 7th international destinations to be served
by Kingfisher Airlines.
Commenting on the launch of this new
international route, Mr. Siva Ramachandran, Vice President, Global
Sales, Kingfisher Airlines Limited, said, “Given the
strong linkages between India and East Asia, we believe
that there is untapped potential and these new routes
promise to serve the unmet needs of discerning corporate
and leisure flyers. We are excited at the huge
opportunity that exists for Kingfisher Airlines in the
Hong Kong and Singapore market.”
Kingfisher Airlines flight IT 072, will take off
from Hong Kong at 14:05 and arrive at 17:50
in Mumbai. The return fight, IT 071, will take off from Mumbai at
22:55 and arrive at Hong Kong at 08:05, local time.
The Mumbai-Singapore flight,
IT 029, will take off from Mumbai at 23:05 and arrive in Singapore
at 07:05 am. From Singapore, the return flight IT 030
will leave at 10:15 and arrive at 13:05 in Mumbai.
Kingfisher Airlines operates over 365
daily departures on its domestic route network with 98 flights a
week on its international route network.
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