|Quoting United Airline (Reply 4):|
Seems that HKG-SYD is not doing as good as it should be. Perhaps a 2nd daily HKG-LHR flight will help.
|Quoting 8herveg (Reply 8):|
So currently, is it the same plane flying from LHR-HKG as it is from HKG-SYD?
|Quoting Swiftski (Reply 14):|
Question; at a given time, how many potential Virgin aircraft would be operating a part of this route at exactly the same time?
|Quoting United Airline (Reply 17):|
LHR-HKG has always been a very busy route for VS and the rest
|Quoting 8herveg (Reply 18):|
But surely now that the original single flight a day to HKG now goes onto SYD, it means that half the passengers on the aircraft are destined for HKG and the other half for SYD, meaning that the original flight to HKG (before it went on to SYD) is now not able to be filled up with HKG passengers to its full potential?
|Quoting Gemuser (Reply 19):|
The SYD service was not launched because of problems with HKG
|Quoting United Airline (Reply 21):|
HKG is definitely not the problem.
|Quoting Alangirvan (Reply 22):|
SRB has mentioned BKK
|Quoting Alangirvan (Reply 24):|
In the 80s ( yes, a long time ago) before QF started flying through there to London QF operated two 767-200 flights a week, and some years they did not operate to Thailand at all.
|Quoting United Airline (Reply 7):|
Or simply use a B 747-400 for the current flight which will increase capacity