Cathay Pacific to launch second daily San Francisco Flight

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Tuesday, 16 October 2007

Cathay Pacific is to launch a second daily non-stop service between Hong Kong and San Francisco from October 18. The new CX870 flight will depart Hong Kong at 14.10, supplementing the existing CX872 late-afternoon departure, while the new CX879 service from San Francisco will provide travellers with more options when connecting to other flights through Hong Kong.

Cathay's Chief Operating Officer John Slosar said, We have been providing services to and from San Francisco for more than 20 years and continue to grow in the right direction with the addition of the second daily service. We will continue to demonstrate our commitment by investing in new products, adding more aircraft, growing our network and providing more services that offer people greater travel options and benefits.

To tie in with the launch of the additional San Francisco flight, Cathay Pacific has organised a roadshow that is offering the public in eight cities across the United States and Canada a first glimpse of the new seats and cabin features now being rolled out on the airlines long-haul aircraft. The Cathay Pacifics New Product Roadshow runs until 1 November and includes stops in Los Angeles, San Jose, San Francisco, Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and New York.

The airline is continuing to strengthen its services as new aircraft join the fleet, with a second daily non-stop flight to New York being added from 15 November. A number of other services are being bolstered, with additional flights to Vancouver, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Tokyo providing passengers with more choice and further cementing Hong Kongs position as a leading international aviation hub.

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