Hong Kong Airlines (HKA) plans to open a new route from Hong Kong to Australia in January 2016 using Airbus A330-300 aircraft. Initial trial services will offer charter services through March 2016. The new schedule will offer a 3X-week service from Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok Airport to Coolangatta Airport, Gold Coast, Australia, then onward to Cairns International Airport before flying back to Hong Kong. The airline said the new service is “long anticipated” and would enable the ...

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