Monday, October 29, 2012

New Options for Flyers Seeking Tickets on India-Hong Kong Route

Leisure vacationers opting for twin-centre holidays in India and Hong Kong as well as frequent business flyers on the route will be a happy lot as Cathay Pacific has decided to amp up its flights operations between the two popular holiday destinations. The airline will be adding 11 weekly flights to the country, allowing much more flexibility to flyers looking for air tickets. 

Hong Kong's flag carrier will be operating four new services to Kolkata and Hyderabad, each. While Hyderabad-Hong Kong flights will start operating from December 1, 2012, flights to Kolkata, India will kick start from November 3rd 2012. It is also revealed that Kolkata flights will be operated by Dragon Air, Cathay Pacific’s subsidiary. 

Moreover, passengers looking for cheap flight tickets options for India, Chennai might feel luckier with the airline increasing operations from four times a week service to once daily. These new services are apart from the airline’s daily flights to Bangalore, 10 services a week to Mumbai and twice daily to India’s capital, Delhi. 

With newer destinations added in the carrier's India network, travellers can hope for better flexibility. Even foreign vacationers in the country looking for tickets on connections to the Far East can make use of the added operations. 

In a related development, the airline will also be introducing its award-winning Business Class and Premium Economy Class seats for passengers seeking air tickets on few India routes.

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