American Airlines has expanded its service in Southeast Asia through a codeshare agreement with Cathay Dragon.
American will place its code on select Cathay
Dragon flights from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG),
providing Americanís customers seamless connecting service to
seven cities beyond Hong Kong.
The new codeshare flights are now available
for sale for travel beginning 11 July 2019.
The agreement allows Americanís customers to
connect to four new destinations in Asia:
Dhaka, Bangladesh (DAC)
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Da Nang, Vietnam (DAD)
Phuket, Thailand (HKT)
It also increases frequencies to three existing
markets served by Americanís other partners in Asia:
Penang, Malaysia (PEN)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Hanoi, Vietnam (HAN)
Established in 1985, Hong Kong-based Cathay
Dragon is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cathay Pacific Group and an
affiliate member of oneworld. The airlineís network covers 53
destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, including 23
destinations in mainland China.
American has served Hong Kong since 2013
and currently operates daily, year-round service from Dallas-Fort
Worth and Los Angeles.
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