The Civil Aviation Authority of the Macau SAR (AACM) has authorised Air Macau to increase the flight frequency of its Beijing and Chengdu routes.
According to route information at the AACM website, starting from today the flight frequency of Air Macau’s route to Beijing will be increased from 28 to 35 weekly flights, with its Chengdu route frequency doubled from 7 to 14 weekly flights starting from January 17.
Business Traveller had previously reported that Air Macau would launch a new daily non-stop service between Macau and Beijing’s new Daxing Airport from January 13.
This connection would depart Macau at 9:35am and arrive at Beijing Daxing Airport at 12:30pm, with the return leg departing Beijing at 1:45pm and landing back in Macau at 5:10pm.
The airline will then operate five daily routes to Beijing, including four connections to Beijing Capital Airport.
The AACM also indicates that the frequency of Air Asia’s connection with Cebu, Philippines will be reduce from seven to three weekly flights.