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Niainga ny sidina voalohany Hong Kong Airlines mankany Los Angeles

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Hong Kong Airlines today commenced its new service to Los Angeles, further cementing its growing presence in North America, following the launch of a daily service to Vancouver earlier this year. Los Angeles also becomes the carrier’s first destination in the Continental United States, with San Francisco and New York to follow in 2018.
Los Angeles is the cultural, financial and commercial center of Southern California, and is well known all around the world as the home of Hollywood. Hong Kong Airlines is excited to have Los Angeles as its second destination in North America, and is committed to supporting the rich exchange of business, culture and entertainment between both Hong Kong and Los Angeles.

Talohan'ny nialohan'ny sidina HX068 feno famandrihana dia nanao hetsika fankalazana tao amin'ny seranam-piaramanidina iraisam-pirenena Hong Kong ny fahatsiarovana ny fanombohana tamin'ny fomba ofisialy ny zotra vaovao, izay notarihin'Andriamatoa Chan Fan, JP, sekretera ny fitaterana sy ny trano fonenan'ilay Faritra fitantanana manokana any Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Airlines’ new service is operated by the Airbus A350, which is equipped with a number of modern amenities designed to enhance the passenger experience. This includes inflight WiFi – of which the first 15 minutes are available free to all passengers – as well as a brand new inflight entertainment system, which boasts an expanded catalogue of over 100 entertainment content including the latest movies and TV programs, as well as live broadcasts of CNN, BBC World News and Sport24.

The launch of Hong Kong Airlines’ first flight to Los Angeles also marks the introduction of the A350 in the US city. With three already delivered and a further 18 on order, the A350 is poised to become the backbone of Hong Kong Airlines’ long-haul fleet.

“The launch of our new service to Los Angeles represents another step of our transition from a regional carrier to a global airline,” said Mr Tang King Shing, Vice Chairman of Hong Kong Airlines. “As a popular destination for both leisure and business travel, Los Angeles is also one of the most substantial economic engines within the United States. We are delighted to offer our customers more travel options for flights into Los Angeles.”

New “East-meets-West” tableware

Passengers travelling on Hong Kong Airlines’ inaugural Hong Kong to Los Angeles flight will also be the first to dine from a series of newly designed tableware, consisting of chinaware, glassware, and cutlery. Business Class Hong Kong Airlines has partnered with award-winning, local homeware design brand JIA Inc. (“Jia”) and inflight experience specialists CLIP to develop a new selection of exclusive Business Class tableware that showcases the city’s unique heritage and culture.

Miara-miasa amin'ireo mpamorona iraisampirenena ny JIA dia toa mampiditra fahazarana misakafo nentim-paharazana sinoa amin'ny fahazoana miditra maoderina - amin'ny fanaovana izany, mamorona fandikana vaovao amin'ny alàlan'ny famolavolana izay fanambadian'ny singa Atsinanana sy Andrefana.

"Ny famolavolana ny latabatra vaovao an'ny Hong Kong Airlines dia aingam-panahy avy amin'ny Bauhinia × blakeana (voninkazo Bauhinia) - hita amin'ny sary famantarana Hong Kong Airlines ary koa ny marika flora an'ny Hong Kong," hoy ny mpanorina ny JIA, Andriamatoa sy Ramatoa Christopher sy Kay Lin.

“The bowl and appetizer plate bares a distinct resemblance to the shape of the Bauhinia flower’s petal, while the design of the red butter dish was inspired by the roundness and smooth shape of seeds. Meanwhile, the dark brown bread plate resembles the shape of a Bauhinia leaf, and the cutlery’s sleek and slender appearance evokes memories of the delicate Bauhinia stems.”
Made from new bone china, stainless steel and glass, the delicately crafted set is designed to maximize customers’ comfort and cunningly plays with Eastern and Western references: the cutlery is Western but formally resembles the stems of the Bauhinia flower; the clever coffee set is perfect for a modern-day ritual and the beautiful flower-shaped plates embellish the food presented.

Rounding things off are the salt and pepper shakers – condiment dispensers that are becoming somewhat of a rare sight in Business Class today. Designed in the shapes of popular Dim Sum, Ha Gow (prawn dumpling) and Siu Mai (pork dumpling), Hong Kong Airlines’ new salt and pepper shakers make excellent keepsakes, and are unique pieces of Hong Kong that all Business Class passengers are encouraged to take back home.

Kilasy toekarena

For passengers travelling in Economy Class, the tableware has also been completely revamped. CLIP has designed the new collection to be highly functional while a timeless geometric layout. It is made from a high quality resin that creates a beautiful, smooth finish. The elegant off-white color is contemporary looking and is designed to enhance the perception of the food it contains.

“We were inspired to create a contemporary look for the new equipment; and at the same time, ensure that the Hong Kong Airlines ethos and brand values are taken into consideration in the holistic design. The new Hong Kong Airlines Economy Class equipment is clean, modern, and elegant – by combining five rice grains to form the Bauhinia flower, this signature design further strengthens the link between Hong Kong Airlines and its home. The simple, yet timeless design reinforces Hong Kong Airline’s commitment to provide its passengers with a genuine and unique experience of the Hong Kong culture and lifestyle,” said Ms Cindy Lam, Director of CLIP.

*(Photo – from Left to Right: Mr George Liu, Chief Marketing Officer of Hong Kong Airlines; Mr Vitoo Zhan, Vice President of Hong Kong Airlines; Mr Wang Liya, Vice Chairman and President of Hong Kong Airlines; Mr Fred
Lam, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong; Mr Kurt Tong, Consul General of US Consulate
General Hong Kong & Macau; Mr Zhang Kui, Co-Chairman of Hong Kong Airlines; Mr Chan Fan, Secretary for
Transport and Housing; Mr Simon Li, Director-General of Civil Aviation; Mr C.K. Ng, Executive Director – Airport Operations at Airport Authority Hong Kong; Ms Kate Chang, Regional Director – China of Los Angeles Tourism
& Convention Board; Mr Tang King Shing, Vice Chairman of Hong Kong Airlines; and Mr Ben Wong, Chief Operating Officer of Hong Kong Airlines)