Cathay Pacific has made an announcement that it will launch four-times-weekly flights to the Maldives from October 27. Tickets will be available for the flight service that will operate on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.


Cathay Pacific has announced recently that it is going to launch new flights to the Maldives, offering more options to vacationers seeking tickets to fly to one of the most-sought-after getaways in the world. This will be a four-times-weekly service from Hong Kong and is scheduled to start on 27 October 2013, subject to government approval.

Flights will depart from Hong Kong to Maldives’ Malé International Airport every Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Flight CX601 will take off from Hong Kong at 1715 and land in the Maldives at 2125. For the return journey, Flight CX602 will leave the Maldives at 2335 and touch down at Hong Kong at 0855.

Keeping in mind the comfort of travellers booking tickets with the airline, Cathay Pacific has plans to employ an Airbus A330-300 aircraft that will be configured in three travel class cabins – Business Class, Premium Economy Class and Long-haul Economy Class. The choices will surely add to the overall experience of fliers making flights tickets booking with the carrier.

Passengers booking tickets with the carrier will be able to enjoy the operator’s fine in-flight services and state-of-the-art entertainment system, including on-demand video and audio in all classes of travel.

The Maldives, located in the Indian Ocean, is a highly popular holiday destination. With beautiful beaches, warm waters and stunning corals, the Maldivian islands are ideal places for honeymooners and adventurers.

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