Cathay Pacific to Increase Frequency on Popular Routes
Cathay Pacific has revealed plans to increase the frequency of flights to its most popular destinations around the world.
In Europe, the airline will update its Manchester-Hong Kong route to six flights per week from December, while its Madrid-Hong Kong service will increase to five flights weekly from October. Flights to Paris will also return to 11 flights per week in December.
In addition, San Francisco will be increased to three times-daily from the end of October, however flights to Los Angeles will be reduced from 28 to 21 flights per week.
“Our network enhancements are designed to improve our customers’ experience through greater choice and added convenience,” said Paul Loo, Cathay Pacific director corporate development and IT.
“Increasing frequencies to these popular Cathay Pacific destinations strengthens our ability to connect our passengers with all corners of the world in addition to growing our home hub of Hong Kong.”
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