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Cathay Pacific is the largest airline in Hong Kong covering up to 200 destinations in over 50 countries worldwide.
Their main hub and head office are both located at Hong Kong International Airport. This airport also serves as main hub to Dragonair, which is a fully owned subsidiary of Cathay Pacific.
Cathay Pacific has codeshare agreeements with Air China, Air New Zealand, Air Seychelles, Alaska Airlines, British Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qatar Airways and Vietnam Airlines. Cathay Pacific flies to many destinations worldwide, including Beijing, Abu Dhabi, Amsterdam, Adelaide, Chengdu, Colombo, Denspasar, Hong Kong, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, Males, Shanghai, Singapore and many others.
The Cathay Pacific fleet of 146 wide-body aircraft is one of the youngest in the skies. As of August 2014, the average age of the fleet was 8.5 years. The airline is committed to operating a modern, fuel-efficient fleet and has 85 aircraft on firm order for delivery up to 2024.
Frequent Flyer Program
Cathay Pacific has two loyalty programs: Marco Polo Club and Asia Miles.
The Marco Polo Club is divided into four tiers, Green (entry level), Silver, Gold and Diamond, based on the member's past travel.
A joining fee of US$100 is applicable for a Marco Polo Club membership.
Members earn Club Points on eligible fare classes with Cathay Pacific, Dragonair and Oneworld member airlines.
These are used to calculate the member's eligibility for membership renewal, upgrade or downgrade during the membership year.
Higher-tiered members are provided with increased travel benefits such as guaranteed Economy Class seat, additional baggage allowance, priority flight booking and airport lounge access.
The Marco Polo Club membership is terminated after 12 months of inactivity or failure to meet minimum travel criteria as outlined in the membership guide.
14th September 2017
Cathay Pacific defers five A350 deliveries, switches six to smaller model
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd (0293.HK) will defer deliveries of five Airbus SE (AIR.PA) widebody aircraft by a year and switch six others to a smaller model as it finalised an order for 32 narrowbody aircraft, it said on Wednesday.
The carrier has been slashing costs and adjusting its route network after reporting on Aug. 16 its biggest first-half loss in at least two decades amid stiff competition from rivals.
It announced a non-binding deal to buy 32 Airbus A321neo aircraft valued at $4.064 billion at list prices on Aug. 21. That purchase was finalised on Wednesday, according to a stock exchange announcement.
Cathay also said on Wednesday it would switch six orders for A350-1000s to the smaller A350-900 model, saving $288 million based on list prices. The A350-900s will be delivered in 2019 and 2020, the airline said.
Cathay added it would defer the delivery of six A350-1000 aircraft to 2021 from 2020.
“We evaluate and adjust our fleet plan on an ongoing basis in accordance with the airlines’ latest network growth needs,” a Cathay spokesman said. “The A350-900 is an efficient aircraft for launching new routes and operating secondary frequencies, which better matches our expansion plan for the next couple of years.”
An Airbus spokesman confirmed the A321neo orders and the changes to the A350 order, and said the total number of A350s ordered by Cathay remained unchanged at 46. Cathay has also leased two A350-900s from AerCap Holdings NV
Airlines typically receive discounts on the list prices from the manufacturers. Cathay said it had received unspecified price concessions as part of the deal.
The airline announced on Aug. 31 it would fly from its Hong Kong hub to three new European destinations - Brussels, Copenhagen and Dublin - using A350-900 aircraft from next summer. It has cancelled flights to Düsseldorf, Germany as part of the network changes.
The A321neos, to be delivered between 2020 and 2023, will be operated mainly by short-haul arm Cathay Dragon on routes to mainland China and elsewhere within Asia, the airline said last month.
5th September 2017
Pacific Airways announced that it will launch service to three European capital cities in 2018 – Brussels, Copenhagen (seasonal) and Dublin – all of which will be flown on the carrier’s A350s.
The service to Copenhagen was suggested as a potential city pair for the oneworld carrier in March last year. It also means that the first five of these potential city pairs are now served or will soon be, and that 16 out of 71 sectors featured (or 23%) have now been successfully converted to operational services.
It has been a positive few years for the Cathay Pacific with regards to European expansion, with it having added Barcelona, London Gatwick, Madrid, Düsseldorf, Zurich and Manchester since 2014. In total the airline will be serving 15 destinations in Europe during S18, along with Tel Aviv in Israel which was also added to the network this year.
For Dublin, Hong Kong becomes the airport’s first Far East destination, with Abu Dhabi, Doha and Dubai currently being its most easterly destinations. For Brussels, it already has flights to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Beijing, Tokyo Narita and Mumbai, while a service to Shanghai Pudong is scheduled to begin in October. Copenhagen also has regular flights to Asia, with Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Beijing, Shanghai Pudong, Singapore and Tokyo Narita all served this summer. The Danish capital will also gain a direct link to Delhi with Air India, planned to start 16 September.
In 2016, when referring to OAG Traffic Analyser data, around 40,300 people flew indirectly between Dublin and Hong Kong. Approximately 54,600 flew between Copenhagen and the Asian hub, while 37,800 travelled to/from Brussels. What these numbers do not take into account is surface leakage which would be much greater from the Belgian capital due to its good land links to Amsterdam, Paris CDG and Düsseldorf, all of which are currently served by Cathay Pacific.
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Hong Kong International Airport
Hong Kong International Airport is located on the island of Chek Lap Kok and is the main airport for Hong Kong. Apart from Cathay Pacific and Dragonair, it also serves as the main hub for other airlines like Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong Express Airways and Air Hong Kong. Other airlines which use Hong Kong International Airport include Air Astana, Air Seychelles, Bangkok Airways, Beijing Capital Airlines, British Airways, Air New Zealand, China Eastern Airlines, Garuda Indonesia and Hong Kong Airlines. The airport has two runaways and has a 65 million passengers capacity per annum. The airport is one of the hubs of Oneworld alliance.
Oneworld alliance is a leading global airline network, with 15 member airlines. Oneworld alliance was founded and now consists of member airline such as Cathay Pacific, Finnair, LAN, TAM, Malaysia, Qantas, Qatar, SriLankan Airlines, Iberia, British Airways, American Airlines and many others. Oneworld alliance covers more than a thousand destinations in 155 countries.
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Cathay Pacific Flights
Cathay Pacific came into being way back in 1946 and was the brainchild of two ex American air force pilots. Initially operating a single Douglas DC3 aircraft out of Hong Kong passenger were restricted to Bangkok, Manila and Singapore. The airline prospered and grew steadily through the 1960’s, 70’s and 80’s taking advantage of the boom in air travel with the advent of modern jet airliners. Cathay acquired it’s first jet aircraft, a Convair 880, in the early 1960’s and took delivery of the first of it’s many Boeing 747 aeroplanes in 1974 and the "Jumbo Jet" remains the backbone of its 116 aircraft fleet to this day. Cathay Pacific has significant stakes in Hong Kong Airways, Dragon Air and Air Hong Kong.
On board passengers enjoy excellent service and Cathay have twice won the prestigious Skytrax award which is presented to airlines who top international traveller surveys to find the best airline, cabin staff, airline lounge, in-flight entertainment and on-board catering. In fact since 1999 Cathay has won awards in many catagories every single year. Cathay Pacific is the founder member of the One World Alliance which currently has 10 member airlines who together have a worldwide route network of over 700 destinations. Cathay Pacific Worldwide Flights Fantastic news, Alternative Airlines are now able to make reservations and issue tickets for this great airline. Cathay has been at the forefront of all things good in the aviation industry. One of the first airlines to fly the Boeing 747 from London to Hong Kong, one of the first to introduce an Oriental flavour to the in flight customer experience, one of the first to introduce personal TV screens, not just to Premium passengers but to those in the back end too! With three "new" classes on board customers can choose from the sheer luxury of the New First class flat bed and some of the finest in flight cuisine, New Business Class has a massage seat which at the touch of a button also becomes a flat bed for a great nights sleep. in New Economy the fixed-back shell seat ensures that no one in front of you will ever intrude into your space again.Why ? The fixed-back design means that all seat movement is within a shell that doesn’t move. So sitting upright or sleeping everyone has a protected personal space. Now that’s what we call that innovation and another first. If you know of any other airline that gets close to Cathay Pacific’s "New " cabin classes please do let us know.
Cathay Pacific Fleet
Cathay Pacific operates a modern fleet of:
- Boeing 747
- Boeing 777
- Airbus A330
- Airbus 340
Cathay Pacific are due to take delivery of a further 46 aircraft before 2012.
Cathay Pacific to launch Gatwick to Hong Kong service Cathay Pacific have announced that starting from 2nd September 2016 they will operate a four-times weekly service from Gatwick.
Cathay Pacific Airways has announced that it intends to launch a new scheduled service from its base in Hong Kong to fly to Moscow, capital of the Russian Federation.
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