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Posted 18 June 2018

Two new routes for Menzies Macau

Menzies Macau has commenced a new route between Macau and Ningbo, along with re-launching a direct service to Moscow.

Spring Airlines’ new route between Ningbo and Macau operates four return flights per week with a fleet of A320s. Established in 2004, Spring Airlines is the aviation subsidiary of the Shanghai Spring International Travel Service. The airline is the largest low fare carrier in China, flying to more than 130 destinations, including three Chinese destinations from Macau, with Ningbo joining existing flights to Pudong and Hangzhou. This development reinforces our strategic intention to grow our footprint in Asia. 

Macau’s successes continued last month with the re-launch of the Royal Flight Airlines direct service between Macau and Moscow, running one flight every week. A ceremony was held in Macau International Airport by Royal Flight Airlines and Macau International Airport. Royal Flight Airlines is a charter airlines based in Russia which operates to destinations throughout the Middle East, Europe, Asia and North Africa.

Raymond Lo, Managing Director of Menzies Macau, said: “The return of the Royal Flight Airlines scheduled service indicates the carrier’s confidence in the Macau market. Services such as Moscow and Ningbo enable us to contribute to China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ and the development of Macau as a tourist destination.”