Cathay Pacific Announces Recommencement of Flights Between India and Hong-Kong
The regional general manager of South Asia, Middle East, Africa, Rakesh Raicar in a statement added that the airline is delighted to resume the flights from Mumbai and Delhi to Hong Kong and is looking forward to welcoming passengers on board. He further added that airlines’ onward connections to key destinations, will also enable them to accommodate the resurgent demand for international travel.
- Delhi to Hong-Kong service will start from May 6.
- India’s flag carrier Air India suspended its flights between the two countries.
- Hong Kong has been witnessing restrictions due to Covid-19.
The Hong-Kong based airline Cathay Pacific announced on Thursday that it plans to resume flights from its base in Hong Kong to India’s capital city and Mumbai. The flights have been scheduled to resume from May 4 for the Mumbai to Hong-Kong service whereas the Delhi to Hong-Kong service will start from May 6. Notably, Hong Kong has been witnessing restrictions due to Covid-19 and recently, India’s flag carrier Air India suspended its flights between the two countries.
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