Eastern start-up carrier Kang Pacific Airlines has conducted its first flight
between Clark International
Airport in the Philippines
and Fujairah in the United
airline’s schedule features twice-weekly services on the route performed by
Boeing MD-83 aircraft from Philippines
carrier TransGlobal Airways.
the plan originally put forward last year, Kang Pacific had intended to use
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 aircraft to operate between Fujairah and destinations
in India, the Philippines
carrier’s first service arrived at Fujairah
on 6 June. Currently the flights to Clark, near Manila,
require a refuelling stop at Dhaka in Bangladesh
but Kang Pacific is to upgrade the service to a non-stop Boeing 767 flight from
are in negotiation with TransGlobal Airways to
acquire more aircraft, which will allow us to increase frequencies on the route
to meet the ever-growing demand for this new service,” says the carrier.
Pacific is also planning to extend its operations to other Asian destinations,
initially Singapore and Bangkok.