Cathay Pacific, the flag carrier of Hong Kong, has introduced new economy fares for Nepalese customers offering greater choices, flexibility, and value starting today. Customers can enjoy choosing the fare that best suits them from redesigned Light, Essential, and Flex fares, with each fare brand offering more control and enhanced benefits.
The new fare types allow more visibility to customers on the products they are purchasing, flexible rebooking and upgrade options, and enhanced baggage allowance.
Cathay Pacific will also feature the newly developed economy fares across the network sequentially.
Light fare is ideal for those traveling light as it encompasses one piece of check-in baggage allowance and seat pre-selection option after confirmed booking. Customers can pay for additional baggage as well.
Essential fare offers a finely tuned balance between customer needs and the economy. It allows an extra piece of luggage, seat pre-selection option, and upgrade option using Asia Miles. Family traveling or a long trip is convenient with this fare.
Flex fare is designed with a greater degree of flexibility to customers in mind. Be it a business meeting or a holiday trip, flex fare assures greater convenience and peace of mind to valuable customers, offering them complete control over their plans as and when required.
The head of Sales and Country lead Nepal, Junu Maleku has told about the redesigning of new fares over changes in travel preferences of customers. The new fare categorizations offer a choice of early flights, possible upgrades for Nepalese customers to choose the fare that resonates best with them.
Cathay Pacific is adopting an additional change of shifting baggage allowance from weight-allowance to piece-allowance system. A transition to piece-system offers a more generous baggage allowance to be applicable in all cabin classes and in the majority of fare types. Cathay Pacific will gradually roll out this change globally as new Economy fares are launched.