Cathay Pacific to Recommence Flight Services Between India and Hong Kong from May 4

Airway service was founded in Hong Kong on 24th September 1946. The air service provider announced that they would resume their flight services to and from to India in a properly scheduled manner from the 4th of May. As per the announcement, their flight services on the Mumbai to Hong Kong route would begin on the 4th of May, and their air services for the route of Hong Kong to Delhi to launch from the 6th of May.

Boeing B777-300 shall be deployed on those routes with a three-elegance configuration specifically business, business, premium economy, and economy, it said. The re-commencement of the scheduled flight services will offer visitors a direct right of entry to Hong Kong. It’s going to additionally offer onward connections to locations consisting of New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Toronto, Melbourne, and Sydney. As a statement issued by the airline stated, “We are delighted to resume our flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Hong Kong, and look forward to welcoming passengers on board”.