Oasis Hong Kong Airlines commenced operations on October 26 last year and currently flies from Hong Kong to London and Vancouver.
Oasis Boeing 747s are regularly flying with load factors of 90% which has led the carrier to consider increasing the frequency of the London Gatwick service.
Rev Raymond Lee, co-founderand Chairman of Oasis Hong Kong Airlines who stated: "We are looking to add another 20 aircraft in the next five years." He and Executive Director, Priscilla Lee, were present at the RIAT airshow, along with one of the airline's 747's which performed in the flying display, to present two flying scholarships for the disabled.
Three Boeing 747-400s are in service with the airline, with a further two due to join the fleet by early next year.
Latest Oasis Hong Kong Airlines Boeing 747-481, B-LFC, is pictured touching down at RAF Fairford to attend the RIAT on July 15, 2007. The carrier also demonstrated one of its aircraft at the Biggin Hill International Air Fair.
Oasis decided that it was important for a long-haul, low-cost carrier to have business class as well as economy. These passengers are pictured in the business class section where the seat-pitch is 60in.