The Imperial Airways de Havilland DH86, named Dorado, at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong, which completed the in 1936. Photo: HandoutThe Imperial Airways de Havilland DH86, named Dorado, at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong, which completed the in 1936. Photo: Handout
The Imperial Airways de Havilland DH86, named Dorado, at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong, which completed the in 1936. Photo: Handout
Adam Nebbs
Opinion

Opinion

Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

Flying from Hong Kong to Da Nang once took almost six hours

  • These days the popular route is flown by a number of airlines and usually takes about 90 minutes
  • With the Vietnamese destination growing in popularity, there are now more than 30 flights operating between the two cities

The Imperial Airways de Havilland DH86, named Dorado, at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong, which completed the in 1936. Photo: HandoutThe Imperial Airways de Havilland DH86, named Dorado, at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong, which completed the in 1936. Photo: Handout
The Imperial Airways de Havilland DH86, named Dorado, at Kai Tak, in Hong Kong, which completed the in 1936. Photo: Handout
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