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Topic: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: Continental123
Posted 2007-01-10 21:58:25 and read 3655 times.

I did a search and could not find anything about this. Oasis Hong Kong has announced that they will serve ORD. There is no date set but I'd expect early 2008.

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: JetBlueGuy2006
Posted 2007-01-10 22:00:05 and read 3655 times.

Interesting. How have their flights been doing so far? Do you have a link?

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: Continental123
Posted 2007-01-10 22:05:23 and read 3622 times.

wikipedia.com enter in ORD

Quoting JetBlueGuy2006 (Reply 1):
Do you have a link?

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: Wedgetail737
Posted 2007-01-10 22:58:47 and read 3485 times.

OAK and ORD are the two cities OasisHK wanted to serve first in North America. OAK will be first. There is another thread that states OAK will start in June of this year.

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: Carledwards
Posted 2007-01-10 23:01:00 and read 3479 times.

the title of this thread 'Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD ' is a bit misleading?

This was announced as an 'ambition' a long time ago, but no further news as yet i beleive?

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: HT
Posted 2007-01-10 23:06:47 and read 3457 times.

Quoting Carledwards (Reply 4):
This was announced as an 'ambition' a long time ago, but no further news as yet i beleive?

The intention to fly to ORD is still shown on O8's website, similar to flights to MXP, CGN and BER, but no dates given.

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: Raventom
Posted 2007-01-10 23:11:51 and read 3441 times.

Check out my trip report  Wink

Topic: RE: Oasis Hong Kong To Launch ORD
Username: CX flyboy
Posted 2007-01-11 04:01:58 and read 3137 times.

They are in talks for more aircraft at the moment with a couple of airlines and are recruiting heavily to facilitate expansion. At the moment they are having a hard enough time crewing their 2 planes as it is. Once that settles down they will get more and expand rapidly. They seem quite ambitious.


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