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Qantas to increase services to Hong Kong
Qantas to increase services to Hong Kong

Qantas would be increasing its services between Melbourne and Hong Kong by three flights per week from 1 April 2008.

John Borghetti, Qantas’ executive GM said that with the additional services, the airline would be operating 10 services per week on the Melbourne-Hong Kong route.

The new Melbourne-Hong Kong will operate on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, departing Melbourne at 11:55am, and returning from Hong Kong at 9:05pm.

Borghetti said Qantas had also recently announced two services per week between Melbourne and Shanghai, commencing 11 March 2008.


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