On November 2, Hong Kong Airlines (HX), celebrated its resumption to Japan's fifth-largest island, returning to Okinawa's Naha Airport (OKA). Okinawa will be the airline's third destination in the country of almost 126 million since it abolished its strict border policy in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Resumption to Sapporo is also set to take off from Hong Kong on November 4.
Both destinations are set to be operated thrice weekly for the month of November, where Sapporo will increase to daily operations from December 1st, and Okinawa to a daily schedule from December 15. Vice President at Hong Kong Airlines commented:
“We are excited to resume direct flights to both Okinawa and Sapporo, adding these charming ports to our recovering network and offering our customers more travel options. With the anticipated increasing travel demands, we are looking to add more flights to both cities as well as other destinations we fly to.”
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