Not In Town | @notintownlive | 06 Sep 2019, 05:46 pm
Image Credit: twitter.com/cathaypacific
Kowloon: The in-town check-in service at Kowloon station in Hong Kong will remain suspended from 9 am on Saturday, airline Cathay Pacific informed in a statement.
The Airport Express trains will not stop at Kowloon, Tsing Yi or AsiaWorld-Expo Stations. It will only stop at or depart from Hong Kong Station.
In the statement, the airline said, "We have been informed by the Airport Authority in Hong Kong that starting from 9am on 7 September until close of service, the Airport Express will not stop at Kowloon, Tsing Yi or AsiaWorld-Expo Stations.
All Airport Express trains will only stop at / depart from Hong Kong Station. As such, in-town check-in service at Kowloon Station will also be suspended starting from 9am on 7 September."
The airline has also asked all passengers to have confirmed tickets and documents ready for inspection upon arrival at airport.
(Image Credit: twitter.com/cathaypacific)
- Air India deploys newly inducted Boeing 777s in Mumbai-USA routes
- SriLankan Airlines, Emirates forge interline agreement to enhance passenger connectivity
- Malaysia Airlines introduces new services between Kuala Lumpur and three Indian cities
- United Airlines increases non stop flights between New Delhi and New York
- Qatar Airways expands network with inaugural direct flights to Lyon, France
- Air India launches Upgrade+ to simplify purchased cabin upgrades
- American Airlines expands routes and international destination at Miami Airport
- Etihad Airways enhances connectivity with daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Kochi
- Vistara launches non-stop Mumbai-London flights, offering unmatched travel experience and connectivity
- IndiGo scales up international operations, lines up 174 weekly flights
Gurugram: Air India, a global airline in India, has initiated the deployment of its recently acquired Boeing 777 aircraft to serve all three non-stop routes from Mumbai to the United States.
Colombo/UNI: SriLankan Airlines and Emirates have entered into a reciprocal interline agreement aimed at bolstering connectivity for travelers.
Kuala Lumpur/NITN: Malaysia Airlines is offering introductory fares on their three new services between Kuala Lumpur and the Indian cities of Amritsar, Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad.