Cathay Pacific increases Adelaide-Hong Kong service
The sixth weekly service will add over 26,000 seats per year.Cathay Pacific has announced it is increasing its Adelaide to Hong Kong service to six per week, adding over 26,000 seats per year.
The additional service starts from 28 October and will be operated by an Airbus A330.
The airline forecasts that the new service will mean big things for South Australians, making global gateways more accessible. Travellers will be able to take advantage of a number of connections to locations around Northern Asia, China, North America and continental Europe, including Cathay Pacific’s upcoming Washington DC route.
Likewise, the spread of connections into Adelaide will hopefully boost tourism for the city and the state.
The route will operate via a split schedule with an early afternoon departure from Adelaide on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and an evening departure on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
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