9th October 2020 – (Hong Kong) Under the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic, the global aviation industry is in the doldrums.
After months of travel constraints, many travel lovers are itching to explore the world again. As Hong Kong’s only low-cost carrier, HK Express is taking the lead to introduce a back-to-the-sky programme, a perfect opportunity to rediscover the joy of flying!
Launching this November, the new 1.5-hour #UOFlycation flight experience will encircle our beautiful city while showcasing the many preventive measures the airline has introduced to keep travellers safe and healthy.
The one-of-a-kind #UOFlycation experience will rekindle travellers’ wanderlust, too. Before boarding, HK Express will surprise travellers with an exciting gift pack all inspired by the airline’s incredible variety of destinations. During the flight, they can enjoy the fun activities on board while taking in the views of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Express said today (9th) that tickets have gone on sale since 5pm today, with fares starting at HK$388 and flights will depart on November 1st, 7th and 8th. Hong Kong Express stated that passengers must wear masks throughout the journey and maintain appropriate social distancing. Hong Kong Express expressed that it hopes to take the public back to the sky and appreciate Hong Kong through the “tour around Hong Kong”.
Hong Kong Express also said that the journey starts at the boarding gate of Hong Kong Airport, and each passenger will be given a gift pack containing special gifts from Korea, Japan, Thailand and other places.
After boarding, passengers can participate in prize games while enjoying the beautiful scenery of Hong Kong. In addition, in response to the epidemic, Hong Kong Express stated that appropriate social distancing will be maintained during the journey, and masks must be worn throughout the journey. At the same time, cabin disinfection procedures will be strengthened, passengers’ temperature will be measured, and HEPA high-efficiency filters that can effectively kill 99.7% of viruses in the air will be used.