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New Briefs: Dormant Dragon

New Briefs: Dormant Dragon

HONG KONG (AP) - Dragon Airlines Ltd. said May 13 it has decided to postpone the

start of its planned twice-weekly air service between Hong Kong and Phnom Penh because

of the current unrest in Cambodia.

Hong Kong-based Dragon Air, as the airline is commonly known, said the service to

Phnom Penh had been scheduled to begin on May 18 but now has been postponed until

after national elections are held in Cambodia.

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