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Hong Kong Airlines Resumes Service to Okinawa and Sapporo

Hong Kong Airlines celebrated the restart of flights to Okinawa and Sapporo this week. Both routes will be operated three times weekly, expanding to daily service from December 2022.


Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330-300 - Courtesy Hong Kong Airlines

On Thursday (November 3, 2022), Hong Kong Airlines announced the resumption of services between Hong Kong and both Okinawa and Sapporo in Japan this week, following the relaxation of travel restrictions. Earlier this month, the airline launched a co-branded mask product in partnership with the biotech company RAZE, and in celebration of the restart of flights, each guest on the first flight to Okinawa received a RAZE Sanitizing Travel Kit. The specialized kit features a collection of distinctive products including four 3-Ply antibacterial masks, a sanitizing spray with refill set, and sanitizing wipes.


Hong Kong Airlines' Schedule to Okinawa and Sapporo - Courtesy Hong Kong Airlines


Guests Oboard Hong Kong Airlines First Resumed Flight to Okinawa Received a special RAZE Sanitizing Travel Kit - Courtesy Hong Kong Airlines

In Thursday’s announcement, Hong Kong Airlines’ Vice President, Mr. Louis Li, said,

“We are excited to resume direct flights to both Okinawa and Sapporo, adding these charming ports to our recovering network and offering our customers more travel options. With the anticipated increasing travel demands, we are looking to add more flights to both cities as well as other destinations we fly to.”



To mark the restart of Hong Kong Airlines' service, the Okinawa Convention & Visitors Bureau hosted a ceremony at the Naha Airport to welcome the airline's guests – Courtesy Hong Kong Airlines

Founded in 2006, Hong Kong Airlines serves 25 destinations across the Asia-Pacific and North America. The airline has 86 interline and 16 codeshare agreements and one joint venture partnership. The carrier operates an all-Airbus fleet of 32 aircraft including 12 A320 Family, 18 A330 Family, and two A350-900 aircraft. Hong Kong Airlines operates one of the youngest fleets in the world and has been awarded a Four-Star rating by Skytrax since 2011.


Source: Hong Kong Airlines

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