Cathay Pacific has announced that it will be bolstering its frequency in the North West by offering daily flights between Manchester and Hong Kong as of December 2017. The extra services will operate on Sundays and Wednesdays.
Cathay Pacific Airways and the Lufthansa Group will offer their passengers selected flights under a new code-sharing deal. For Lufthansa Group customers, this will significantly improve the connections available from Hong Kong towards Australia and New Zealand.
In support of Cathay Pacific’s recent launch of Betsy Beer, the world’s first hand-crafted bottled beer specially brewed to be enjoyed at 35,000 feet, Swire Hotels and Swire Restaurants are collaborating with Hong Kong’s home carrier to deliver exceptional offers along with this innovative product.
Cathay Pacific is introducing a new four-times weekly seasonal service between Hong Kong and Barcelona from July 2nd, 2017, offering travellers an exciting getaway destination and directly linking two of the world’s most dynamic cities for the very first time.
Cathay Pacific and Air Canada have signed a strategic cooperation agreement. Passengers of both airlines will be able to book travel to their final destination on a single ticket with through-checked bags as well as enjoy reciprocal mileage accrual and redemption benefits. Tickets will go on sale next week for travel beginning January 19th.
Cathay Pacific has signed a new partnership with Hertz Global, which sees the car rental company become the airline’s exclusive online car rental service provider. As a result, Marco Polo Club members are eligible to receive complimentary car class upgrades.
On the back of strengthening demand for flights connecting Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, Cathay Pacific has announced that its current four-times-weekly service to Gatwick will become a daily operation from June 2017. In a further boost to the airline’s UK connectivity, Manchester will see the addition of a fifth weekly flight and become an all Airbus A350-900 operation in June.
Dragonair has officially been rebranded as Cathay Dragon, bringing the airline closer to Cathay Pacific in a launch that will provide customers with a more seamless travel experience across the airlines’ respective regional and international networks. At an unveiling ceremony at the newly-named Cathay Dragon House, the airline’s headquarters in Hong Kong, Cathay Dragon chief executive Algernon Yau said: “This is a momentous day in the history of Cathay Dragon and I am excited about the future of the airline and the fresh opportunities that our rebranding brings.
LATAM Airlines Brasil and Cathay Pacific Airways have entered into a codeshare agreement, offering passengers increased connectivity between South America and Asia. Both airlines are members of oneworld and this agreement further enhances the alliance.
Cathay Pacific Airways today saw its first flight take off from London Gatwick to Hong Kong. The only non-stop service connecting Gatwick and Hong Kong, it will also be Cathay Pacific’s first long-haul route in the UK to feature the brand new Airbus 350-900 aircraft. Ideally placed to serve both leisure and business travellers, the new four-times weekly service will operate from Gatwick’s South Terminal.