Dragonair offers three new routes to passengers throughout Asia
Posted on Monday 26 March 2012
in Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand, Beijing
Indian travellers who are looking to explore some new locales in Asia will have some new opportunities for flights this May. Dragonair, one of the leading airlines in the area, has announced it will be introducing some new offerings this spring for passengers to make reservations with as well as resuming old routes that may prove to be popular again.
Dragonair is an international company based in Hong Kong, which provides flights between 14 countries and more than 30 different airports, such as India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Nepal and Cambodia. The airline has been in service since the mid 1980s and received awards in the past three years as the World's Best Regional Airline in the annual Skytrax survey. Dragonair is a part of one of the world' biggest airline alliances, called OneWorld, joining other prominent franchises like British Airways, American Airlines and Qantas.
Three flight patterns will be added to Dragonair's repertoire starting on May 1. Jeju, South Korea, will be the first available city to fly to, followed by the seasonal addition of Chiang Mai, Thailand, from July to September. The old Taichung, Taiwan, route will be reintroduced as an offering in mid-May as well. Passengers can begin to check out these flights and make reservations through the Dragonair website in the near future.
"Jeju and Chiang Mai have long been popular with tourists, and through our new direct non-stop flights we will offer more choice and greater convenience for travellers to both destinations," Patrick Yeung, chief executive officer of Dragonair, said in a statement. "Our service resumption to Taichung, meanwhile, demonstrates the opportunities for the development in air traffic brought by the recently signed Hong Kong - Taiwan Air Services Arrangement."
If travellers from India have interest in taking flights to Beijing or other Asian countries during their excursion abroad, they may consider using Dragonair's services. Airlines often are changing their flight offerings, so tourists may wish to check out some of the latest options to receive special discounts and rates for their upcoming holiday. With added services, Indian travellers may even be able to journey to multiple destinations and extra countries during their trip to enjoy a more thrilling and diverse experience.
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