EgyptAir will reportedly fly to Hong Kong three times a week, not twice

The flag carrier of Egypt has not yet begun its service to Hong Kong, but has reportedly decided to increase service to meet the demand.

EgyptAir will begin flying between Hong Kong and Cairo via Bangkok on 17 September, offering two weekly flights initially. However, this will increase to three weekly flights from 31 October while reservation is now available according to Routes Online except Bangkok to Hong Kong sector.

On the other hand, the Star Alliance member will continue to operate Cairo to Bangkok sector three times a week. Management of the airline once said the company would offer discount to passengers flying the first flight. Also, the carrier has been looking to open new markets in important major cities across the globe, especially countries in the Far East.