British Airways announced to resume service from London and Hong Kong the coming Monday

Local | 10 Aug 2021 4:10 pm

British Airways announced that it will resume passenger services from London Heathrow Airport to Hong Kong next Monday as the Hong Kong government has recently relaxed the quarantine arrangements for high-risk areas.

The new quarantine measures implemented starting yesterday allow fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents to fly to Hong Kong from high-risk areas, including the UK.

Passenger flights from the United Kingdoms had been prohibited from landing since July 1.

British Airways said passengers now have more flexibilities to change their booking date and destination or cancel their flights in exchange for an e-coupon valid until September 30, 2023. 

They also said that from August 17, all ten weekly flights from London would depart in the evening for the convenience of connecting passengers.

In addition, passengers can now view travel restrictions and entry requirements of their destinations within a new interactive map on its website.

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