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May 11th 2018

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Routes: AirAsia X will add a four-weekly Kuala Lumpur-Amritsar A330-300 route from August 16. Read More » Taiwan’s China Airlines will convert its daily Taipei-Hong Kong-Jakarta A330-300 route to Kaohsiung-Hong Kong-Jakarta from July 1, operated by a B737-800. EGYPTAIR plans to launch a twice-weekly Cairo-Bangkok-Hong Kong A330-300 route from July 20. JC International will add a thrice-weekly Phnom Penh-Guiyang A321 route on May 27, followed by a weekly Siem Reap-Xuzhou service from June 8 and a thrice-weekly Siem Reap-Xian rotation from June 10. NokScoot will launch a daily Don Mueang-Narita B777-200ER route on June 1. Philippines AirAsia will launch a twice-weekly Cebu-Hangzhou A320 service on May 18, followed by a daily Cebu-Pudong A320 route commencing July 7. Philippine Airlines will increase Cebu-Nagoya A321 flights from thrice- to four-weekly starting July 12. Spring Airlines will add a four-weekly Ningbo-Macau A320 route from May 20. SriLankan Airlines has further reduced frequency on the Colombo-Hong Kong A320neo route, from five- to thrice-weekly.

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