Kingfisher Airlines launches Mumbai - Hong Kong / Singapore Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 17 September 2009

On Wednesday, India's Kingfisher Airlines launched daily non-stop flights between Hong Kong and Mumbai. The airline is operating the service with brand new Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

Kingfisher Airlines flight IT 072 departed Hong Kong International Airport at 14:05 with a 17:50 scheduled  arrival time in Mumbai. The plane had earlier arrived in Hong Kong with the first flight from Mumbai, IT 071, taking off from Mumbai at 22:55 arriving in Hong Kong at 08:05, local time.

Today, the airline launches flights between Singapore and Mumbai. The launch of flights from India to Hong Kong and Singapore marks the first time that Kingfisher Airlines will fly to East Asia. Hong Kong will be the 6th international destination to be served by Kingfisher Airlines.

A growing number of travellers from Hong Kong and the Greater China region are demanding more choice, greater luxury and better value for money when choosing flights for business and leisure trips to India. There is tremendous potential for this route which Kingfisher Airlines is committed to developing with its new aircraft and superior service. With our award-winning service, our flights will offer guests who travel on these routes, a truly five-star, world-class flying experience, said Mr. AK Ravi Nedungadi, Director, Kingfisher Airlines Limited, who is also President and CFO, The UB Group.

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