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Special Ticketing Arrangements for Outbound Travel Alert of Bangkok for Tickets Issued from Hong Kong

Dernière mise à jour: 25 Feb 2014

In response to the BLACK Travel Alert* on Bangkok issued by the Security Bureau of the HK SAR Government, effective immediately Cathay Pacific will implement the special ticketing arrangements for outbound travel from Hong Kong to Bangkok between 2 December 2013 and 30 April 2014 inclusive.

Ticket eligibility

This special ticketing arrangement is applicable to tickets with the following conditions:

  1. Cathay Pacific tickets (i.e. ticket number starting with “160”) which are purchased directly from Cathay Pacific in Hong Kong or online at www.cathaypacific.com.hk or through travel agents in Hong Kong for travel originating from Hong Kong.
    (For tickets purchased outside Hong Kong, please refer to these special ticketing guidelines.)
  2. The ticket has to be issued on or before 21 January 2014 and is for travel on Cathay Pacific flights between 2 December 2013 and 30 April 2014 inclusive. (The applicable travel period may be extended depending on the severity and duration of a travel related incident).
  3. Bangkok has to be either part of your journey itinerary or your final destination. If transportation on other airlines are involved,  we may require you to present the conjunction ticket(s) showing the full itinerary of your journey

Please refer to the special ticketing guidelines for details.


*The Outbound Travel Alert System (OTA), established by the Security Bureau of HK SAR Government, aims to assess and outline the risk of travel associated with a particular destination. In accordance to the severity of threat identified, Hong Kong residents are recommended to adjust their travel plans or avoid travel to the affected destination. For more details of the Outbound Travel Alert System, please visit http://www.sb.gov.hk/eng/ota/.