Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific right this moment stated it can scale up its flight companies to and from India, together with on Delhi and Mumbai routes, to 14 companies per week, beginning January subsequent 12 months.
From February, the variety of per week flights to and from India will go as much as 15 from 9 at current, Cathay Pacific stated in an announcement.
The complete service provider additionally introduced it can function an Airbus A350-900 plane on its Bangalore-Hong Kong route, first time by the airline within the nation, providing 280 seats, comprising 38 in enterprise, 28 in premium financial system and the remaining 214 in financial system class.
Cathay Pacific is ready to extend the frequency of its flight companies from Mumbai and Delhi to 5 and 7 flights, respectively, per week from January onwards, the airline stated.
At current, the whole variety of flights out of India is 9 per week. From January onwards the airline shall be working 14 flights per week and February onwards 15 flights per week, offering connectivity to Hong Kong and past from Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru, Cathay Pacific stated.
“We announce the rise in frequency of flights from Mumbai and Delhi to cater to the rising demand, in addition to the introduction of the A350-900 on the Bengaluru-Hong Kong route,” stated Anand Yedery, regional advertising and gross sales head for South Asia, Center East and Africa at Cathay Pacific.
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