Virgin Australia has today announced it will withdraw its services between Australia and Hong Kong following a comprehensive review of the route. The Hong Kong market has remained challenging for the airline and demand has continued to decline following ongoing civil unrest. These factors, combined with growing uncertainty around the recent coronavirus outbreak, have led to the decision to cease operating services.
“Current circumstances demonstrate that Hong Kong is no longer a commercially viable route for Virgin Australia to continue operating
Virgin Australia previously announced the suspension of its Melbourne-Hong Kong services in November 2019, which is effective from 11 February 2020. The Sydney-Hong Kong service will cease operating from 2 March 2020.
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