Dragonair resumes services to Xi’an and Guilin

Dragonair has announced that it will resume scheduled services to Xi’an and Guilin, further strengthening Hong Kong’s position as a global aviation hub and gateway to Mainland China. A four-flights-weekly service to Xi’an will begin from April 1, becoming a daily operation from May 1, while daily Guilin flights commence on May 1. Both routes will be operated using an Airbus A320 aircraft. Dragonair is also increasing frequencies to Ningbo, Qingdao and Okinawa. In addition, an upgrade to an A330-300 aircraft will boost capacity on a number of services, including Kunming and Guangzhou starting from March 25, and Xiamen from May 1. With the resumption of scheduled services to Xi’an and Guilin, Dragonair will serve 19 cities in Mainland China and a total of 35 destinations in its regional network. (