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08 Oct 2010
Dragonair Named Best Regional Airline at TTG Travel Awards 2010

Dragonair is proud to have won the Best Regional Airline award in the 21st Annual TTG Travel Awards Ceremony held in Bangkok on Thursday night.

Presented by TTG Asia, a leading regional travel trade publication, the awards have been recognising luminaries of the travel industry since 1989 and are determined through votes cast by TTG Asia readers across the Asia Pacific region.

"We are thrilled to have received this special accolade from TTG Asia and I would like to sincerely thank all the readers who voted for us. It is clear recognition of the quality service we provide our passengers," said Dragonair Chief Executive Officer James Tong.

The award comes as Dragonair celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2010 and follows the "World's Best Regional Airline" honour the airline received from Skytrax in May this year.

"Receiving these awards is a wonderful way to commemorate our silver jubilee, and my heartfelt thanks go to all the members of the Dragonair team who have all made a remarkable contribution." Mr Tong said.

"We remain committed to providing the best travel experience to passengers as well as developing innovative products and services to ensure that Dragonair remains the best airline in the eyes of our customers."

Dragonair Chief Executive Officer James Tong (centre) received the
"Best Regional Airline" award from TTG Asia Media Chairman Fred Wong (left)
and TTG Asia Media Managing Director Darren Ng (right).

Dragonair, an affiliate member of oneworld, is a Hong Kong-based airline operating a fleet of 31 passenger aircraft and serving 30 regional destinations, including 17 cities in Mainland China. Dragonair has been recognised for its product and service quality, and was voted "World's Best Regional Airline" in the annual World Airline Survey run by Skytrax in 2010. Dragonair is part of the Cathay Pacific Group, providing seamless connectivity for passengers to more than 110 cities around the globe.

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