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Cathay Pacific adds more Japan destinations through expanded code-share arrangement with Japan Airlines

22 Nov 2011

Cathay Pacific Airways today announced a further expansion of its code-share services with oneworld alliance partner Japan Airlines to cover more destinations within Japan.

Under the enhanced arrangement between the two airlines, Cathay Pacific's “CX” code will be placed on selected Japan Airlines domestic flights between Haneda Airport in Tokyo and eight Japanese cities – Izumo, Miyazaki, Misawa, Matsuyama, Nagasaki, Oita, Tokushima and Ube; between Tokyo’s Narita Airport and Nagoya; and between Sapporo and Nagoya.

Tickets for the new code-share services are open for sale with immediate effect.

The arrangement will provide more choice and greater convenience for Cathay Pacific passengers travelling between Hong Kong and Japan, who can now connect to a total of 20 domestic destinations through the code-share services.

Cathay Pacific Director Sales & Marketing Rupert Hogg said: “Japan has long been a very popular destination for Hong Kong travellers and we at Cathay Pacific have been putting significant effort into giving our passengers more options for travel to the country. We are pleased to be able to offer even more domestic destinations through this ongoing cooperation with our oneworld partner Japan Airlines.”

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