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Cathay Pacific information

IATA code CX
Routes 176
Top route Hong Kong Intl to Sydney Kingsford Smith
Airports served 78
Top airport Hong Kong Intl

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7.5 Good
Based on 2,227 reviews

Boarding
7.6

Comfort
7.3

Crew
7.9

Entertainment
7.7

Food
7.1

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Overview of Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific is a global leader in transcontinental and controls operations from its hub in Hong Kong. It serves more than 45 countries and flies to every inhabited continent apart from South America. The airline appeals to a wide range of customers from across the world, with scheduled flights based around most major destinations.

In 1998 it partnered with Qantas, British Airways, American Airlines and Canadian Airlines to become founding members of the oneworld alliance. The association helps Cathay Pacific link to a broader global network, using their gateway destinations in North America and Europe to reach smaller cities. Customers can benefit from smoother transfers on connecting flights. Additional destinations are available in China through the carrier’s subsidiary Cathay Dragon.

To accommodate long-distance transcontinental routes, Cathay Pacific operates an entirely wide-body, dual-engine fleet. A combination of Airbus and Boeing aircraft are used. Following on from being the launch airline for the Boeing 777-300 series, it continues to be one of the largest operators of the aircraft in the world. Several of the fleet are decorated in a dark grey oneworld livery, while others feature the company’s logo on top of a dark green base.

There is a wide range of cabin class options that include Economy, Premium Economy, Business and First Class. Passengers in Premium Economy and above are supplied a glass of champagne upon boarding. Ergonomically designed seats in the Business section offer power outlets and adjustable lighting to make working on-the-go easy. In First Class you will find a flatbed that fully reclines and is fitted with a 500 thread duvet. An Aesop amenity kit ensures traveling won’t make you look tired.

Cathay Pacific Cancellation Policy

As the situation changes with coronavirus (COVID-19), Cathay Pacific will continually update its policies accordingly. Please contact Cathay Pacific directly for the latest information about cancellation fees. You can find the most up-to-date information on Cathay Pacific policies here: Cathay Pacific Travel Advisories & Policies
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