Two airlines to launch Kota Kinabalu flights
Published on Apr 18, 2011
Two new airlines from Hong Kong and Taiwan will launch direct flights to the eastern Malaysian hub of Kota Kinabalu. Bernama reported Sabah’s Tourism, Culture & Environment Minister, Masidi Manjun as saying recently that Hong Kong Express will launch flights from Hong Kong, while China Airlines’ subsidiary, Mandarin Airlines will offers direct flights from Taipei. The Hong Kong Express flights will operate twice a week from 22 April, while the launch date and frequency of the Mandarin Airlines flights are still being negotiated, the Minister said.
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