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RAC Flights to Hong Kong

RAC Flights to Hong Kong

Royal Air Cambodge (RAC), the Kingdom's national airline, announced Mar 10 that it

will resume direct flights to Hong Kong starting Mar 29.

The twice-weekly flights, on Mondays and Wednesdays, will depart Phnom Penh at 8:25

am and arrive in Hong Kong at 11:55 am. Return flights depart Hong Kong at 13:00,

arriving back in Phnom Penh at 14:55 pm.

RAC says that the resumption of the Hong Kong route is a result of increased demand

for passenger seats. RAC officials say that they have seen an increase in passenger

bookings on most of their routes and that they will be securing an additional aricraft-a

Boeing 737-200-sometime in May or June to help meet this renewed demand.

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