IndiGo Airlines has announced the resumption of its flight services connecting New Delhi and Hong Kong. Commencing from October 5th, the renewed flight route will provide daily flights, serving the purpose of improving accessibility between these two metropolises. This initiative is designed to meet the travel requirements of both corporate and leisure passengers.
In an announcement made recently, IndiGo, a prominent budget airline, unveiled its intentions to recommence flight services connecting New Delhi and Hong Kong. The eagerly anticipated flights are slated to restart from October 5th, presenting a daily travel option for passengers.
The airline accentuated the importance of this route, underscoring its contribution to fortifying the ties between these two vibrant urban centers.
Furthermore, IndiGo emphasized the significance of Hong Kong as a central hub for both business and leisure travel in the Asia-Pacific region. These sentiments were communicated through an official statement by the airline.
Indigo Airlines Flight Schedule between Delhi and Hong Kong
The flight schedule for this renewed route has also been unveiled: the airline will operate its Flight 6E 1707 which departs from New Delhi (DEL) at 05:20 and will arrive in Hong Kong (HKG) at 13:10.
Similarly, the return Flight No., 6E 1708 will depart from Hong Kong (HKG) at 15:55 and reach in New Delhi (DEL) at 19:20.
|Flight No.||Departure||Dep. Time||Arrival||Arr. Time|
|6E 1707||New Delhi (DEL)||05:20||Hong Kong (HKG)||13:10|
|6E 1708||Hong Kong (HKG)||15:55||New Delhi (DEL)||19:20|
Hong Kong: The ‘Pearl of the Orient
Hong Kong, often referred to as the ‘Pearl of the Orient,’ holds a unique status as a special administrative region of China. The city is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, bustling party scene, and wide array of diverse culinary offerings that cater to various tastes.
Positive Industry Trends
Vinay Malhotra, the Head of Global Sales at IndiGo, shared his insights on the current state of air travel in the Asia-Pacific region. He pointed out a notable resurgence in air travel demand and passenger traffic over the past months, indicating a robust rebound for the industry.
Malhotra also emphasized the importance of Hong Kong as an attractive destination for both Indian tourists and business travellers alike.