Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines to Codeshare on Bangkok and Abu Dhabi Routes

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Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement.

The deal will allow Air Seychelles to place its HM code on Hong Kong Airlines flights between Hong Kong and the capital of Thailand, Bangkok.

In return, Hong Kong Airlines will place its HX code on Air Seychelles flights between the Seychelles and Hong Kong, as well as between Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi.

Manoj Papa, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, said, We are delighted to expand our network of codeshare partners with the addition of Hong Kong Airlines. As a leading international tourism destination, the Seychelles attracts a large number of travellers from across Asia, and through our codeshare agreement with Hong Kong Airlines, we are confident these volumes will continue to flourish. At the same time, residents of the Seychelles will benefit from direct access to the global finance and tourism hub of Hong Kong.

Tickets under the codeshare agreement can be purchased from 12 September 2014 for travel commencing on the same day.

Li Dianchun, Commercial Director of Hong Kong Airlines, said, This codeshare agreement is part of a comprehensive strategy to open up new markets and offer more choices to Hong Kong Airlines passengers. Our partner Air Seychelles is a well-respected airline that will successfully broaden our reach to the Seychelles and Abu Dhabi, two of the worlds fastest-growing and most exciting travel destinations. The agreement enables passengers to book any Hong Kong Airlines flight originating from China, Japan and Southeast Asia to Abu Dhabi and the Seychelles connecting through the Hong Kong hub. We anticipate strong demand on these routes and look forward to building our cooperation with Air Seychelles in the future.

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