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Cathay Pacific updates flights to and from Bangkok

28 Oct 2011

Cathay Pacific Airways announced that one of its five daily scheduled flights between Hong Kong and Bangkok (CX701/CX702) will also be cancelled on 31 October. The airline already announced the cancellation of this flight on 28 October, 30 October, 1 November and 2 November due to weaker demand on the route.

All other flights are currently operating as normal. However, the situation could change rapidly and there may be ad hoc flight cancellations. We are monitoring the situation closely and will issue updates on a regular basis. Customers are advised to exercise caution when travelling to Thailand.

Cathay Pacific advises passengers who have booked flights to and from Bangkok to check the latest flight information on Cathay Pacific’s website, www.cathaypacific.com, before departing for the airport.

The airline has issued special ticketing guidelines for flights with confirmed bookings involving Bangkok.

With immediate effect, rebooking charges will be waived for all tickets issued worldwide on/before 25 October with confirmed bookings involving Bangkok between 25 October and 2 November. Such requests must be made on/before 2 November and the revised travel date must be on/before 30 November 2011. There is no waiver on cancellation, refund or rerouting charges. Details are available on www.cathaypacific.com.

To receive the latest flight status updates via SMS or email, customers are advised to update their contact details via the Manage My Booking function in the airline’s website.