Our current operating fleet includes Airbus A320, A320-neo and A321 aircraft, in an all economy class layout.
Seat Capacity: 180
Seat Capacity: 188
Seat Capacity: 230
The diversity of our fleet is reflected in their names, representing the unique, diverse character of Hong Kong. There are aircraft named after famous Hong Kong dim sum dishes such as Siu Maai (pork dumpling) and Coeng Fan (steamed rice roll), environmental causes such as Shark to represent our stand against the shark fin trade, and even one named after Hong Kong hero, Bruce Lee.
The liveries sported by our fleet also worth noting. To celebrate the 2nd anniversary of reward-U, the loyalty program of HK Express, one of our fleet was painted with the reward-U livery.
HK Express also features signature foodfare of various destinations on our aircraft. Our unique Sanuki Udon livery can be spotted on our aircraft painted for Takamatsu. Features of Kagawa Prefecture and Takamatsu are painted on both sides of the aircraft. There is another aircraft named after the iconic Nagoya treat "Tebasaki" which means chicken wings. Such names promote the food culture of the destinations whilst capturing the local and creative spirit behind HK Express.