Fly more with additional Cathay Pacific flights from Kathmandu

Cathay Pacific is adding another flight on its Kathmandu – Hong Kong route, giving passengers more opportunities to rediscover the people, places, and experiences that matter the most. The airline will operate one additional flight per week on Tuesday starting September 2023, providing travellers with direct access to Hong Kong in addition to seamless connections to onward destinations in the United States, Chinese Mainland, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Korea. Customers can book their tickets on Cathay Pacific’s website or through their agency partners.

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Flight schedule from 1-15 September 2023

Day of the week Flight Departure STD Arrival STA 
TuesdayCX603Hong Kong 1935Kathmandu 2210
Tuesday CX640Kathmandu 2320Hong Kong 0625(+1)

Flight schedule from 16 September 2023 onwards

Day of the week Flight Departure STD Arrival STA 
TuesdayCX603Hong Kong 1910Kathmandu 2210
TuesdayCX640Kathmandu 2320Hong Kong 0610(+1)

Cathay Pacific’s Head of Sales and Country Lead – Nepal, Junu Maleku said: “We feel energised by the fact that travel is truly back on the cards for our customers. The enhanced schedule will provide our customers with more options and accessibility to travel, particularly during the festival time and peak tourist season in Nepal. It is overwhelming to receive a favourable response from passengers and trade partners as we fully commit to rebuilding connectivity through our hub, Hong Kong. We currently cover more than 70 destinations around the world, catering to business travellers and students, and slowly even see the leisure trips increasing.”

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Maintaining its focus on connecting Hong Kong to the world, Cathay Pacific is actively working to add more flights to its schedule to satisfy customer demand, in particular between Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland. Between now and the end of October, the number of return flights will be progressively increased to about 160 per week, covering 16 airports in 15 cities. This includes four return flights per day to Beijing, six return flights per day to Shanghai Pudong airport and nine return flights per week to Shanghai Hongqiao airport.

Customers flying from Kathmandu can now experience comfort on Cathay Pacific’s Airbus A330 aircraft, providing travellers with an unsurpassed cabin environment on its Kathmandu – Hong Kong route. The aircraft, which is configured with a two-class cabin layout, features Business and Economy class. The award-winning Business Class seats – i.e. the fully flat bed – will ensure our customers are comfortable. The Economy class, which comes equipped with state-of-the-art inflight entertainment, offers four times more content than before, including amazing Asian cinema, Hollywood hits, TV box sets and music.

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