Mandala’s New Hong Kong Route

After establishing a route from Jakarta to Bangkok, Indonesian low-cost airline Mandala Air is planning to launch a Jakarta–Hong Kong service. It will fly four times a week using an Airbus A320 aircraft, which has 180 seats, starting from July 24. Mandala Airlines President Director Diono Nurjadin said the new route came from high demand for both destinations.

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