Etihad Airways and Hong Kong Airlines to Codeshare

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Etihad Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with Hong Kong Airlines.

Subject to regulatory approval, Etihad Airways will place its EY code on Hong Kong Airlines flights between Hong Kong and Bangkok, allowing business and leisure travellers to book a round trip between Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi via Thailands capital city.

In addition, the code will appear on flights between Hong Kong and Okinawa, a popular tourism destination in Southern Japan.

Passengers of Hong Kong Airlines will also benefit from enhanced access across the Middle East and Europe under the partnership, with the airlines HX code being placed on Etihad Airways triple-daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Bangkok, together with two upcoming services that will connect Abu Dhabi to Madrid from 29 March 2015 and to Hong Kong from 15 June 2015.

Flights under the codeshare agreement can be booked from 23 December 2014 via travel agents or through the airlines sales offices and contact centres. Passengers can travel from 6 January 2015, or in the case of Etihad Airways Hong Kong and Madrid services, from the launch dates.

Li Dianchun, Commercial Director of Hong Kong Airlines, said, We are glad to partner with Etihad Airways, which enables our passengers to enjoy a wider range of choices. Both airlines are renowned for their world-class product and service offering and through our new partnership, we will successfully cater to increasing traffic flows between key travel markets in Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

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