Flight plan

Flight plan policy

1) Call signs are follow the pattern:  PRLxxxx – where xxxx represent the flight number and PRL is short for PEARL which is our callsign when flying online

2) Flight numbers consist of 4 digits and have the following meaning:

First digit 1-7 reflects the day of the week the flight is scheduled and is used for domestic flights

Note: In practice pilots are allowed to fly any flight they wish regardless of weekdays

First digit 8 reflects international flights
First digit 9 reflects charter flights

3) Hong Kong is our only hub – all flights go to or from Hong Kong

4) Pilots are only allowed to board passengers going to the destination of their flight

5) Pilots are allowed to load cargo destined to any other destination in our route network and drop it off in Hong Kong

Our Chinese routes

Our near regional route network

Our regional routes

Our far regional route network

Link to Great Circle Mapper

View our complete route map on Great Circle Mapper

Cargo flow - outbound

  1. Use narrow body cargo aircraft or passenger aircraft to pick cargo up from our Chinese routes and drop it off in Hong Kong
  2. Use any suitable aircraft to pick cargo up from Hong Kong and deliver it to our regional routes

Cargo flow - inbound

  1. Use any suitable cargo aircraft to pick cargo up from our regional routes and drop if off in Hong Kong
  2. Use narrow body cargo aircraft or passenger aircraft to pick cargo up from Hong Kong and deliver it to our Chinese route