Cathay Pacific has launched direct flights
between Brussels and Hong Kong.
The airline’s new four-times-weekly service is
operated by Airbus A350-900 aircraft,
featuring Cathay Pacific’s latest seats in Business, Premium
Economy and Economy classes and state-of-the-art inflight
entertainment. The aircraft is also equipped with Wi-Fi.
General Manager Europe, James Ginns, said, “We are committed to
providing our passengers with greater choice and flexibility, and
this new non-stop service from Brussels to Hong Kong is testament
to this. 2018 sees us expanding our reach to new destinations in
Europe and beyond, and we are proud to start by connecting Hong
Kong, the heart of Asia, to Brussels, the heart of Europe.”
Flight CX339 is scheduled to depart Hong Kong
(HKG) every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 00:35 and
land in Brussels (BRU) at 06:55.
Flight CX338 is timed to depart Brussels on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 13:10 and arrive in
Hong Kong at 06:55.
Arnaud Feist, CEO Brussels Airport Company said, “With already
50,000 travellers between Belgium and Hong Kong last year, the
direct route to Hong Kong holds a huge potential for Belgian
tourist to discover the unique culture of Hong Kong where East
meets West. Business travellers even place Hong Kong as the number
one most wanted destination as it offers convenient onward
connections to Asia and Australia.”