Hong Kong Airlines (HKA) sees potential for more growth in Australia and New Zealand, two markets the carrier has picked for its first steps into long-haul operations. The carrier is preparing to launch daily service from Hong Kong to Auckland Nov. 11. It introduced an Australian triangular route to Cairns and Gold Coast in January. Both routes use Airbus A330s. Before these moves, the fast-growing carrier had focused on shorter-haul routes to mainland China and Asia, HKA GM-New Zealand ...

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