Hong Kong Airlines will be adding more flights to Japan with the addition of Nagoya to its network.

From July 8, the Hong Kong-based airline will operate four weekly flights between Hong Kong and Nagoya. The airline plans to increase the flight frequency on the route to daily in August.

The launch of Hong Kong Airlines' flights to Nagoya follows the launch of its services to Fukuoka in April, along with its route resumptions to Japan.

Hong Kong Airlines currently operates flights to five points in Japan including Osaka, Okinawa, Sapporo, Tokyo-Narita, and Fukuoka. The airline currently operates two daily flights to Osaka and Okinawa, and three weekly flights to Sapporo. Hong Kong Airlines will increase its flights to Narita to three times daily in June, while it will operate daily flights to Fukuoka by June.

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