25 May 2012
The Hong Kong based airline has announced its second service into India, with new flights to financial hub, Kolkata (Calcutta).
Subject to regulatory approval, the route follows on from the airline’s daily flights into Bengaluru (Bangalore) and will commence four times weekly utilising the airline’s A320 aircraft.
Dragonair chief executive Patrick Yeung said the extra service marks “an important step” in the airline’s commitment to building its presence in the Indian market.
“India is one of the major economies in Asia and the country has an increasing influence on the world stage,” he said.
“By improving connections between Hong Kong and India we will offer a wider choice for both business and leisure travellers through our extensive Mainland China network as well as the global network of Cathay Pacific.”
Subject to government approval, flight schedules are as follows:
Sourced: e Travel Blackboard