Greater Bay Airlines aircraft in HKIA

Greater Bay Airlines Announces Daily Hong Kong – Singapore Flights Starting 26 April 2024

Greater Bay Airlines is launching a scheduled daily service operating its single-aisle all-economy Boeing 737-800 aircraft between Hong Kong and Singapore Changi Airport from 26 April 2024.

HB257 will depart Hong Kong at 9.45 am and arrive in Singapore at 1.45 pm. The return flight HB258 departs Singapore at 2.45 pm and arrives in Hong Kong at 6.45 pm.

I quickly checked online for round-trip travel from Singapore to Hong Kong on 26 to 29 April. And the lowest Go Go fares for one were HKD 910 and taxes of HKD 1175.

Greater Bay Airlines provides three types of fares: Go Go, Value Go, and Flex Go. Go Go Fares are the simplest option with no included checked baggage allowance and no flexibility for date or time changes. Value Go includes a 20kg/1 piece baggage allowance, while Flex Go offers a one-time complimentary seat reservation and a checked baggage allowance of 20kg/1 piece.

All fares include one 7kg carry-on baggage and a one-time complimentary seat reservation, with Go Go and Value Go offering complimentary centre standard seat selection, and Flex Go providing upfront and standard seat selection options.

Meals onboard are chargeable. You may pre-order a prepaid meal no less than 48 hours before your scheduled flight departure. It is cheaper to pre-order online than ordering during your flight. Check out the dining menu here.

Greater Bay Airlines commenced operations in July 2022. Presently, it operates flights connecting Hong Kong with destinations such as Bangkok, Taipei, Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Ho Chi Minh City, and Manila. The airline’s fleet consists of seven Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

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