Cathay Pacific has announced to boost its flights frequency between Hong Kong and London Heathrow. The airline will offer tickets on its fifth daily service on the route with effect from 27 June 2013.
Cathay Pacific Boosts London Heathrow-Hong Kong Flights
Business flyers from the UK and rest of the Europe planning to book tickets for business travel to Asia’s dynamic city of Hong Kong will soon have added options made available to them by Hong Kong’s flag carrier, Cathay Pacific.
The airline has announced to enhance its flights frequency between London Heathrow (LHR) and Hong Kong with a fifth daily service, with effect from 27 June 2013. The carrier plans to offer tickets for its latest business and premium economy class seats aboard its new service on the route, revealed online sources.
The new flights to be operated as CX 238/239 are all set to make more tickets options for flyers planning to travel with the popular carrier. In fact, the recent development is sure to please the savvy corporate flyers and executives who prefer booking flights tickets for carrier’s business and premium economy class seats over cheap airlines to travel on the popular route.
Furthermore, the airline plans to deploy its state-of-the-art Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on the sector and the planes are expected to feature Cathay’s new cabin classes.
Travellers who prefer a productive day on the travel sector will certainly find flight CX239 beneficial. Flight CX238 departs Heathrow at 2235, arriving into Hong Kong at 1720 and on the return leg; CX239 departs Hong Kong at 1025 and arrives in LHR at 1615.