HK Express celebrates one year of flights to Nagoya
Hong Kong, 21 Sep, 2015
Hong Kong’s on-time airline, HK Express, today celebrated its first anniversary of flying between Hong Kong and Nagoya. To ring in the anniversary of the sought-after route, the airline is celebrating with a 50% sale offer to all of their Japan routes for tickets purchased by 21 September 2015.
Seeing the pink sakura bloom over the Nagoya castle is one of the most enchanting moments of a lifetime. We are so thrilled to connect travellers to the city’s historic beauty and modern-day charm, said Andrew Cowen, CEO of HK Express. Japanese culture is famous for its values of commitment and hard work, and we are taking a note from that ethos by promising travellers many more years of excellent service, low-fare deals and on-time arrivals.
A historic link between Kyoto and Tokyo, Nagoya was a playground of ancient shoguns in the 1600s, and travellers still see the preserved temples, magnificent Edo-era castles and imposing fortresses. Today it is the country’s fourth most populous city and business is booming – making for a great escape for every kind of traveller, from shopaholics to history buffs, culture enthusiasts to serious foodies. Nagoya’s front-row seat to the ocean also means that travellers can look forward to boatloads of fresh seafood, an awesome aquarium and show-stopping views.
Above: Andrew Cowen, CEO of HK Express, is celebrating the first anniversary of the Hong Kong-Nagoya route with Mr Kunio Kano, General-Director of Aichi Prefectural Government Tourism Bureau, and Masanao Tomozoe, President and CEO of Nagoya Chūbu Centrair International Airport.