Hong Kong Express Airways to move to HKIA's Terminal 2

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 1 November 2007

Hong Kong Express Airways will be moving its check-in counter at the Hong Kong International Airport from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 on 28th November 2007.

Hong Kong International Airports T2 offers an extensive range of new facilities and amenities that will enable Hong Kong Express Airways to provide passengers with more convenient and efficient check-in services. More space, enhanced transport connections and a host of leisure, dining, entertainment and retail options will give our passengers a whole new experience from the moment they check-in, said Mr. Guo, Hong Kong Express Airways President. This move is an exciting and important part of our growth strategy for 2007.

Continuing the airlines programme of expansion, Hong Kong Express Airways will later this month add two new destinations to its rapidly growing route network. Coming just weeks after the launch of scheduled services to Bangkok, the airline will roll out its new services to Yangon and Kuala Lumpur over the course of November.

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