Cathay Pacific to begin flights to Maldives

Cathay Pacific

Maldives Promotion House – Cathay Pacific is launching direct flights from Hong Kong to Maldives. It was confirmed that Hong Kong international flag carrier will fly nonstop, 4-day-a-week service from Hong Kong International Airport to the Malé’s Ibrahim Nasir International Airport starting from 27th October.

The route will be operated by a A330-300 aircraft, featuring business class, premium economy and economy class cabins. Flights leave Hong Kong at 1715hrs and arrive at 2125hrs. On the return they leave Malé at 2335hrs and arrive at 0855hrs in Hong Kong.

Cathay Pacific chief executive John Slosar said: “The Maldives is the perfect getaway for holidaymakers from Hong Kong and around the world. Cathay Pacific is a premium service airline and our passengers will enjoy the best products and services when they fly with us to the Maldives. The continued expansion of our network highlights our commitment to boosting Hong Kong’s place as one of the world’s great international aviation hubs.”

Cathay Pacific is the international flag carrier of Hong Kong, serving 168 destinations in 42 countries and territories on five continents, with a well-developed Asian network. The airline serves a number of gateway cities in North America and Europe, with easy connections with its Oneworld and codeshare partners, American Airlines and British Airways via Los Angeles and London, respectively. The airline also has access to over 17 destinations in China through its subsidiary, Dragonair. The airline was recently honoured with the “World’s Best Cabin Staff” award at the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards.

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