Cathay Pacific Airways announced enhancements to its services to Seoul and Mumbai, offering more convenience and increased connectivity for passengers travelling through the Hong Kong hub.
The airline will add four flights a week to Seoul with effect from 2 May and a further three flights a week from 1 July, taking the frequency back to the 2008 level of five flights a day to and from the city.
With effect from 28 March, the daily non-stop flights between Hong Kong and Mumbai will be retimed to depart Hong Kong at 21.50, offering improved connectivity from key markets such as the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The evening flight also enables both business and leisure travellers to enjoy a full day in Hong Kong before departure.
Details of the service enhancements are as follows:
The CX416/417 service will become daily from 1 July 2010
Source = Cathay Pacific Airways