A drama about the relationships and heartbreak caused by a love triangle revolving around three individuals living in Hong Kong. Beautiful interior designer Han Jung Yeon is engaged to rich businessman Choi Kang Hyuk, but her contentment is stirred by sudden doubt when she suddenly meets her old lover, Kang Min Soo. To complicate matters further, both Kang Hyuk and Min Soo are involved in dark back alley dealings and may even be accomplice to murder.
Runtime: 65 minutes
Hong Kong Express - Hong Kong Airlines - Netflix
Hong Kong Airlines Ltd (Chinese: 香港航空公司) is an airline based in Hong Kong, with its headquarters in the Tung Chung district and its main hub at Hong Kong International Airport. It was established in 2006 as a member of the HNA Group. Hong Kong Airlines’ growing network currently covers over 30 cities regionally, including the Gold Coast, Auckland, Beijing, Shanghai, Bangkok, Bali, Taipei, Seoul, Tokyo, Sapporo and Okinawa, and the newly launched Vancouver and Los Angeles routes in 2017. The airline has a combined fleet of 35 aircraft. The current passenger fleet has 31 aircraft with an average age of about 5 years as of September 2017.
Hong Kong Express - 2012–2016: Reposition in steady growth - Netflix
In 2013, Hong Kong Airlines concluded a system-wide strategy review to determine its priority routes for the immediate future with key focus areas on the Asia Pacific region during this period. One new rout was established when Hong Kong Airlines launched a new passenger route between Hong Kong and Maldives; passenger traffic exceeded four million passengers. Also, during this time, all Hong Kong Airlines' Boeing aircraft were replaced by an Airbus fleet. In 2014, Hong Kong Airlines launched new passenger routes between Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh, Tianjin and Kagoshima; they also increased four flights to Beijing and five flights to Shanghai daily. The new Hong Kong Airlines Lounge was called “Club Bauhinia” and started operations on June 27, 2014, replacing the existing lounge. In February 2015, Hong Kong Airlines signed an agreement for sub-lease with the Airport Authority Hong Kong to develop a flight training centre on a plot of land of 0.6 hectare located at the southeast edge of the Hong Kong International Airport. In March 2015, Hong Kong Airlines joined the Executive Committee of the Board of Airline Representatives in Hong Kong (BAR HK), holding hands with another almost 80 airlines to improve the commercial and operational conditions for airlines active in Hong Kong. On 28 December 2015, Hong Kong Airlines flight HX658 bound for Okinawa became the first departure from the HKIA Midfield Concourse (MFC).
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