Hong Kong Airlines Launches Amenity Kits Designed by Local Artists

These amenity kits come decked out in classic local motifs such as dim sum, neon signboards, and egg waffles.

Photo: Hong Kong Airlines

Business-class passengers on long-haul flights between Hong Kong and Vancouver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco can now look forward to a series of new collectibles.

The airline has teamed up with four Hong Kong artists to create custom amenity kits decked out in classic local motifs such as dim sum, neon signboards, and egg waffles.

The socks, eyeshades, and earplug holders within also come adorned with those graphics, and each kit will include shea-butter lip balm and hand cream courtesy of L’Occitane.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the August/September 2019 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Airline News”).

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