Hong Kong Airlines has postponed opening new routes to Istanbul and Paris Charles de Gaulle from Hong Kong this year and instead will focus on launching services to Tokyo Haneda on Oct. 31 and Taipei in November. HKA Chairman Yang Jianhong said the decision was owing to fleet expansion and he reiterated the carrier’s commitment to long-haul market expansion remained unchanged (ATW Daily News, June 16). HKA opened its first route to Moscow at the end of June and is scheduled to ...

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