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Dragonair Coming

Dragonair Coming

Dragonair now plans to begin operating its twice weekly service to Phnom Penh, the

capital of Cambodia, from Tuesday, August 3, 1993.

The services was originally planned to begin on May 18 but was postponed because

of the unrest in the period immediately before the United Nations-sponsored Cambodian

national elections.

By providing direct flights between Hong Kong and Phnom Penh, the Dragonair operation

will considerably reduce travelling time for those who at present have to change

flights in Bangkok.

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