Cathay Pacific subsidiary Dragonair will kick off a twice-weekly service from Hong Kong to Denpasar, Bali from April 27. The service will run Airbus A330-300s to complement parent Cathay’s existing daily Boeing 777 service. Denpasar will be Dragonair’s first destination in Indonesia, and its 15th within the last 12 months. The move brings Dragonair much closer to Cathay’s traditional turf and away from its old low-cost regional image. The carrier is also upgrading its ...
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