Friday, August 9, 2013

Cathay Pacific Adds Maldives to its Flight Network

Flag carrier of Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific has made public its plans to launch new flights to the Maldives. This means more options to vacationers who look for tickets to fly to one of the most-sought-after holiday retreats in the world. It will be a four-times-weekly service from Hong Kong and will commence from 27 October 2013, subject to government approval.

As per the airline’s press release, flights will take off from Hong Kong for Maldives every Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Flight CX601 will depart Hong Kong at 1715 and land in the Maldives at 2125. Return Flight CX602 will take off from the Maldives at 2335 and touch down at Hong Kong at 0855. 

To better serve fliers booking tickets with the airline, Cathay Pacific will be using an Airbus A330-300 aircraft on the route. The plane will have three-class configuration with Business Class, Premium Economy Class and Long-haul Economy Class. Multiple choices will help all sorts of fliers who are looking to book flights tickets with the carrier.

Those who indeed book tickets with Cathay Pacific on the new route will be able to enjoy the operator’s wonderful in-flight services and state-of-the-art entertainment system, including on-demand video and audio in all classes of travel.

Located in the middle of Indian Ocean, the Maldives is an exceedingly popular holiday destination among keen vacationers, especially with honeymooners and adventurers.

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