Hong Kong Airlines is ramping up flight operations in Mainland China to meet the growing demand and to provide more flexible transit options for travellers. Starting this month, the airline will increase connections between Hong Kong and key destinations in Mainland China, with daily services to Chongqing and Sanya resuming. In addition, flights to Hangzhou will increase to 10 times weekly. Hong Kong Airlines currently operates services to seven destinations in Mainland China, including Beijing, Beijing-Daxing, Haikou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Shanghai (Hongqiao) and Shanghai (Pudong). The airline is aiming to resume service to more destinations by the end of this year.

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