Coronavirus: HK Express Extends Flight Suspension Until June 18

Affected passengers can opt for credit vouchers, which can be used for future flight bookings with the airline.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing travel restrictions in the Asia-Pacific region, HK Express will be extending the suspension of all flights until June 18.

The Hong Kong-based low-cost carrier said that plans to resume flight operations on June 19 will be “subject to the development of the situation.” Meanwhile, ticket sales remain available for flights from June 19.

Affected passengers can opt for credit vouchers, which can be used for future flight bookings with the airline. Alternatively, they can also change their travel date or route.

Earlier in April, Hong Kong extended its travel ban on non-citizens and is continuing to suspend all transit flights “until further notice.” Initially, the measures were set in place for 14 days and were slated to end on April 7, but they will now be extended indefinitely.

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