Dragonair to Service Jeju Island and Chiang Mai

In May Hong Kong carrier Dragonair will offer two nonstop services new to its route network: to Jeju Island in South Korea and to Chiang Mai in north Thailand.

The thrice-weekly Jeju service will start from May 1, running on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday.

The Chiang Mai service will be a seasonal one and will run four times a week (on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday) from July 1 to September 30. Both services will employ Airbus A320 aircraft.

In other news, the airline will resume services to the mainland destinations of Xi’an (on April 1) and Guilin (May 1) and to Taichung in west-central Taiwan (on May 14). See the airline’s website for the timetables of upcoming routes.

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