Hong Kong Airlines (HX) will launch all-premium class flights on the Hong Kong-London Gatwick route with Airbus A330-200s from March 7, becoming the first Chinese carrier to offer an all-premium service. HX assistant president Wang Yankun said the carrier will use three new A330-200s, with cabin configurations of 34 first- and 82 business-class seats, to operate the service. The Hong Kong-based carrier, launched in 2006, operates a fleet of around 18 aircraft with its sister airline, ...

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