Hong Kong’s Dragonair opens Malaysia route

Ten flights a week to Penang to launch on March 30



Hong Kong-based airline Dragonair will next month launch a second air route to Malaysia from Hong Kong, with 10 flights a week to Penang.

The new Hong Kong-Penang route begins on March 30 and will be operated with an Airbus A330-300. Flights depart on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Dragonair launched the first flight to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia in 1985. On the occasion of the new route, the airline is also launching promotional fares on other routes. The airline is a wholly owned subsidiary of Cathay Pacific and is an affiliate member of the oneworld alliance.

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