British Airways will be flying 14 times a week between Hong Kong and Heathrow.
The masks are gone and there’s now no stopping Hong Kong’s post-pandemic comeback.
British Airways is the latest airline to announce an increased service with the Asian territory, doubling its timetable from seven to 14 flights a week from this month.
The late night flights will take-off from Hong Kong twice daily at 11.10pm and 11.20pm, arriving into London’s Heathrow at 6.40am and 6.50am.
British Airways will be introducing a state-of-the-art Airbus 350 on the route featuring Club Suite, the airline’s latest business class offering. The flat-bed seat has direct-aisle access and a suite door for more privacy, along with 40 per cent more storage room. Bed linen, including a pillow and quilt, is supplied by UK homewares specialist, The White Company.
USB and PC power will be available across all cabins and for HK$50, passengers can take advantage of Wi-Fi connectivity in the air.
“We’re proud to be the only airline offering a business cabin suite with a privacy door on a direct service between Hong Kong and London,” said Noella Ferns, British Airways’ head of sales for Asia Pacific. “The suite has been designed to offer privacy, comfort and space.”
The current flight time from Hong Kong to London is 14.5 hours.
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