In a move to provide greater convenience for its customers Cathay Pacific has increased its flight frequency from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong from three to four times weekly.
Cathay Pacific Southeast Asian general manager Wilson Yam said the added frequency not only provides its customers from Malaysia greater choice and convenience but extensive connectivity to other destinations throughout the airlines network, the Sun Daily reported.
Mr Yam said in addition to the flight increase in Kuala Lumpur, the airline is also increasing services between Penang and Hong Kong.
The three new increased services from Penang to Hong Kong will operate on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, taking the current seven weekly services to ten.
Combined the new services will bring the total number of flights between Malaysia and Hong Kong to 38 weekly.
Despite the devastation from the Thailand floods and earthquake in Japan the airlines performance in 2011 was up HK$5.5billion.
"Although 2012 will continue to be a very challenging year for airlines, Cathay Pacific is committed to providing the best customer services for our passengers," Mr Yam said.
Friday, March 30, 2012
Cathay Pacific increases services to Hong Kong
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P
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