Cathay Pacific Airways will be operating special flights to Mumbai in order to meet with growing passenger demand during the holiday peak season for Christmas and New Year.
The airline will be operating the additional flight on Tuesdays from 13th December 2005 to 31st January 2006. During this period shall operate from/to Mumbai, five times a week, from Tuesday to Sunday, except Friday.
Cathay Pacific Country Manager for UAE and Oman, James Evans said: “We are pleased to offer our customers special flights to Mumbai so that they may spend the holidays with their family and friends. The service shows Cathay Pacific’s willingness to offer greater choice and convenience to passengers. It also demonstrates our ability to meet demand on popular routes.”
Cathay Pacific operates additional seasonal flights to Mumbai every year to facilitate growing needs of passengers travelling to India. The move comes at the same time as India temporarily lifts its cap on flights during the country’s peak travel season.