Dragonair adds Jeju, Chiang Mai to network

Hong Kong’s Dragonair has added three more destinations to its regional network, with new services to Jeju in South Korea and Chiang Mai in Thailand together with the resumption of scheduled services to Taichung. The Jeju service will begin May 1 with three flights a week. Chiang Mai will be a seasonal scheduled service with four flights a week operating from July 1 to the end of September. Taichung, meanwhile, will be served by two flights a day starting May 14. All three routes will be operated by Airbus A320 aircraft. When Jeju and Chiang Mai come online, Dragonair will be the only airline operating direct non-stop services between Hong Kong and these popular tourist destinations. The latest network announcement follows on the heels of Dragonair’s resumption of services to the mainland cities of Xi’an and Guilin, in April and May respectively. (