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Dragonair to expand network with new service to Kolkata, India


Hong Kong-based Dragonair has announced plans to commence service to Kolkata, its second destination in India after launching flights to Bangalore in 2008.
Subject to government approval and the date on which the new airport terminal is opened, the service to Kolkata will commence in winter 2012 with four flights a week operated by Airbus A320 aircraft, a company statement said.
The service will link the carrier's Hong Kong hub and its Mainland China network to destinations in North America and Australia through connections to the global network of sister airline Cathay Pacific.
"The launch of a new service to Kolkata marks an important step in building Dragonair's presence in the Indian market," said chief executive officer Patrick Yeung. "India is one of the major economies in Asia and the country has an increasing influence on the world stage."
Kolkata will be the seventh destination to be launched or resumed by the airline this year that includes flights to Xi'an, Guilin, Jeju and Taichung since April. It will launch scheduled services to Clark in the Philippines towards the end of May and to Chiang Mai, Thailand in July.

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