Cathay Pacific To Increase Flights To Boston And Vancouver

Cathay Pacific will increase the frequency of flights to Boston with the addition of three weekly flights, offering business travellers a daily non-stop service from Hong Kong from March 26, 2017.

The airline’s Vancouver schedule will also be enhanced by the addition of three extra weekly services, effective March 28, 2017, bringing the total number of flights to the Canadian city to 17 per week.

Passengers on Cathay Pacific’s new thrice-weekly morning flight to Vancouver can look forward to experiencing the Airbus A350, which features state-of-the-art cabin products, an enhanced in-flight entertainment system and Wi-Fi connectivity in all classes.

“We are fully committed to the North America market and are pleased to strengthen our services to Boston and Vancouver to meet ongoing business and leisure travel demand. Our A350 aircraft has received excellent customer feedback and we are excited to offer this great product on our additional Vancouver service next year,” says Cathay Pacific chief executive Ivan Chu.

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