Like most of the world’s airlines, Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon are currently operating extremely limited schedules in light of the ongoing pandemic equating to roughly 3% of the airlines’ pre-coronavirus capacity.
These minimal passenger flight schedules will continue through the first three weeks of June 2020.
Between 21-30 June, however, the airlines intend to operate additional passenger flights across their networks, lifting capacity to 5% of pre-coronavirus operations subject to government travel restrictions.
“It’s early days but we’re encouraged by this and will continue to monitor similar developments with other airlines.”
The Travel Authority Group’s CEO, Peter Hosper.
The increased schedule will see Cathay Pacific will operate five flights per week from Hong Kong to:
- London (Heathrow)
- Los Angeles
Three flights per week from Hong Kong to:
- San Francisco
And daily flights from Hong Kong to:
- Tokyo (Narita)
- Ho Chi Minh City
Daily flights to Beijing and Shanghai (Pudong) will be operated by Cathay Pacific or Cathay Dragon. Meanwhile, Cathay Dragon will also operate a daily flight to Kuala Lumpur.
The airlines have advised they will continue to monitor the developing situation and further adjustments may be made as necessary.
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