airlinesCathay Pacific

first_imgairlinesCathay Pacific The airline has announced augmented services for Barcelona, Spain; Tel Aviv, Israel; and Fukuoka, Japan.BarcelonaCathay’s seasonal operation to Barcelona during the summer peak will become a year-round service from 15 April 2018, starting with three weekly services from Hong Kong and becoming a four-times-weekly service from 1 July 2018.The new flights, which will be operated by the technologically-advanced Airbus A350-900, will complement Cathay Pacific’s existing four-times weekly service to Madrid (which increases to five times a week from 29 October 2017), meaning the airline will provide more non-stop flights to Spain from Asia than any other carrier.Tel AvivLaunched in March 2017 as a four-times-weekly operation between Hong Kong and Tel Aviv, the Airbus A350-900-operated route will now be served six times a week from 25 March 2018, increasing to daily throughout October and November.FukuokaCathay Pacific’s regional carrier, Cathay Dragon, will be increasing the frequency of its services between Hong Kong and Fukuoka from 18 December 2017.The airline will initially operate an additional weekly flight to Japan’s fifth largest city, bringing the total number of flights per week to eight, increasing to 11 flights per week between 14 January and 24 March 2018.last_img