Travellers in Bangkok will soon be able to fly on to Delhi with Cathay Pacific.

People taking flights to Delhi who are planning to continue on with a longer trip across Asia could be pleased to hear more flights have recently been added by Cathay Pacific.

The carrier has announced it is to reinstate its journey between Delhi and Bangkok from February 14th.

This marks the return of the service which had been cancelled by the carrier on December 11th 2011 as a result of the fog that is seen over Bangkok during the mid-winter period.

It was replaced with an additional flight from Delhi to Hong Kong.

An improved service will be offered, with a bigger seat capacity available across both business and economy class, with more attempts being made to cater for corporate customers.

Some people could have been taking flights to Delhi recently in order to view the amazing bird life that was spending the winter in the city, with the Okhla Bird Sanctuary seeing thousands more arrivals than is normally recorded.

Written by Anthony Nicholson

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