Air Macau is making further enhancements to its schedule as it continues its recovery from Covid-19 pandemic restrictions.
According to media reports, the territory’s carrier is increasing its flights to Japan to eight a week. There will also be 4 weekly flights to South Korea, 9 to Thailand and 14 to Taiwan.
The airline is meanwhile beginning new services to Singapore and Bangkok’s Don Mueang Airport and is reportedly in talks with various aviation authorities in a bid to expand its regional network further.
The timetable changes will take effect by 26 March.
According to Macau Daily Times, Air Macau is logging about 7,000 international reservations a week and bookings are growing by about 20 percent weekly.
Macau is seeing a significant expansion in air services this month, with services to 12 destinations resuming and flights to eight existing destinations increasing in frequency.