OSAKA – Low-cost carrier Hong Kong Express Airways Ltd. will increase flights to Japan by around 10 per week by next summer, an airline official said Thursday.
Andrew Cowen, deputy chief executive officer of the Hong Kong-based carrier better known as HK Express, unveiled the plan during a ceremony at Kansai airport in Osaka Prefecture held to mark the first anniversary of its service connecting Hong Kong with Kansai.
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