Cathay Pacific will be increasing the number of flights to some of its more popular destination in North America, Australia and Europe to grow customer demand.
- San Francisco – Served three times daily following the addition of four flights to its weekly schedule from the end of October 2017. This new daily service will be operated by the Airbus A350.
- Los Angeles – Reduced from 28 to 21 flights per week.
- Brisbane via Cairns – Replaced with direct flights to both cities from late October to March which is the peak summer period in Australia. Brisbane will receive 11 non-stop flights from Hong Kong weekly while Cairns will be served non-stop three times weekly. Brisbane’s daily flight will be served by an A350 from 26 March.
- Sydney – Capacity will be increased on its four-times daily route by operating a third flight with a Boeing 777-300ER.
- Madrid – Increase from four to five flights per week from late October.
- Manchester – From early December, a sixth weekly flight will be introduced.
- Paris – Resumption of an 11th weekly service.
Today, Cathay Pacific operates 108 weekly flights to North America, 93 weekly flights to Europe and 75 weekly flights to Australia. From 26 March, Cathay Pacific will launch a new four times weekly service to Tel Aviv and new seasonal services to both Barcelona (summer) and Christchurch (winter) later this year.