Cathay Pacific Boosts Flights To Perth

Cathay Pacific is ramping up its services to Australia by adding 58,240 seats to Perth, according to the airport reports. The carrier has recently revealed that its long-haul routes are especially popular for student traffic, such as to places like Australasia, the U.K., and North America since the pandemic.


Starting from December 6th, Cathay Pacific will operate five times a week to Perth, the gateway to Western Australia. The airline will use an Airbus A350-900, which can carry 280 passengers with Business, Premium Economy, and Economy Class. The extra flights are expected to meet the travel boom during the holiday season.


Perth Airport’s Acting CEO, Kate Holsgrove, said that Cathay Pacific has excellent connections throughout North Asia including mainland China, South Korea, and Japan, as well as options through to the USA and Canada offering Western Australians access to a range of travel destinations.

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Cathay Pacific currently operates 84 flights to and from Hong Kong and Australia, with six flights per week between Hong Kong and Perth. The airline is expecting an encouraging outlook for July and August as it continues to scale up the flights to meet the travel demand. This is great news for travelers looking to visit Perth or connect to other destinations through Cathay Pacific's extensive network. With more flights and seats available, it will be easier for travelers to plan their trips and enjoy all that Perth and Western Australia have to offer.

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