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Hong Kong Airlines resumes flights to Kagoshima


Hong Kong Airlines has resumed flights to Kagoshima, Japan.

The airline will operate the route with thrice weekly flights taking off every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Flight HX670 is scheduled to depart from Hong Kong Airport (HKG) at 08:45 and arrive at Kagoshima Airport (KOJ) at 12:55.

From KOJ, flight HX671 is slated to leave at 13:55, arriving in Hong Kong at 16:15.

"We are delighted to reinstate our Kagoshima route, which, in addition to our current services to Fukuoka and Kumamoto, provides extensive coverage of both the northern and southern regions of Kyushu," said Jeff Sun, Chairman, Hong Kong Airlines. "Our optimal flight schedules enable travellers to plan their itineraries flexibly, delve into Kyushu's rich cultural heritage, and enjoy its stunning natural landscapes, making it easy to visit the region's major attractions and enhance their overall travel experience."

Established in 2006, Hong Kong Airlines operates an all Airbus fleet flying to over 20 destinations across Asia Pacific. The carrier also has interline and codeshare agreements with multiple airline partners and ferry service providers.

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