Cathay Pacific Moves New York JFK Operations to Terminal 8

Cathay Pacific will relocate its operations at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Terminal 8 commencing January 15, offering business travellers better connectivity and enhanced travel experiences at the busiest international air gateway in the United States.

The relocation of the airline’s services from Terminal 7 will provide customers with a more seamless travel experience when connecting to flights operated by Cathay Pacific’s oneworld partner, American Airlines, which has a significant presence at Terminal 8.

Flight CX845, with a scheduled departure of 00.45 (local time) on January 15, will be Cathay Pacific’s final departure from Terminal 7. All subsequent flights to Hong Kong will depart from Terminal 8, which is the largest passenger terminal at JFK.

All Cathay Pacific passengers will enjoy the myriad dining, retail, and entertainment facilities the terminal provides before boarding their flights, while First and Business Class passengers, as well as eligible Marco Polo Club members, will have the option of relaxing in American Airlines’ lounges – the Admirals Club or the Flagship Lounge, which extensive renovations will complete in April.

Cathay Pacific provides non-stop services between Hong Kong and New York, connecting two of the world’s most important financial centres with four daily services to New York, including one via Vancouver and one daily flight to Newark Liberty International Airport.

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