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Review our latest press releases and follow the latest news on HK Express. Are you a journalist with a media enquiry? If so, you may contact our PR & Communications Department at the following email address or phone number.

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  • 17 Thg9, 2018

    As typhoon Mangkhut moves away from Hong Kong, HK Express flight operations returns normal from 18 September onwards. For smooth check-in experience, we highly recommend our guests to confirm their flight bookings and visit Hong Kong International Airport’s website www.hongkongairport.com or HK Express’ official website www.hkexpress.com for latest flight schedule before departing to the airport in the coming days.

  • 15 Thg9, 2018

    Guest and crew safety is paramount importance to HK Express. Since Super Typhoon Mangkhut is expected to hit Hong Kong bringing adverse weather condition in the next few days, HK Express confirms that there are severe flight disruptions on 15 and 16 September, and flights on 17 September are expected to be affected due to the possible impact caused by Mangkhut. Further update will be made as soon as possible.

  • 15 Thg9, 2018

    Guest and crew safety is of paramount importance to HK Express. Since Super Typhoon Mangkhut is hitting Hong Kong bringing adverse weather conditions currently, HK Express confirms that there are further flight disruptions today (15 September) and on 16 and 17 September respectively.

  • 15 Thg9, 2018

    Guest experience is always of great importance to HK Express. After the temporary closure of Kansai International Airport caused by the recent widespread flooding, we have been monitoring the situation and communicating with the authorities in Japan closely to resume full operations.

  • 12 Thg9, 2018

    Due to the approaching Super Typhoon Mangkhut and its associated bad weather conditions, HK Express announced that flight operations are likely to be affected on 16 and 17 September.

  • 12 Thg9, 2018

    Guest experience is always of great importance to HK Express. After the recent widespread flooding in Osaka, Japan, caused by the powerful Tropical Cyclone Jebi, Kansai International Airport is currently making progress in recovery and has resumed partial operations. We are working very hard to communicate with the airport authority in Japan on flights resumption and yet there is uncertainty about the approval timeline. Currently, we expect to operate 11 flights between 14 and 20 September...