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Important information for Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon passengers travelling in May and June

Latest update: 28 Apr 2020 11:15 HKT (GMT+8)

In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and the subsequent travel restrictions and severe drop in demand, Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon plan to operate a bare skeleton passenger flight schedule in May and June 2020.

The airlines will continue to reduce capacity to 3% across our passenger network in May.

In May, subject to government travel restrictions, Cathay Pacific will operate two flights per week to London (Heathrow), Los Angeles, Vancouver, Sydney and Delhi; and three flights per week to Tokyo (Narita), Taipei, Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore. Cathay Dragon will operate three flights per week to Beijing, Shanghai (Pudong) and Kuala Lumpur.

We will continue this skeleton passenger flight schedule for the first three weeks of June 2020. However, we intend to operate additional passenger flights from 21-30 June. This will increase the operating capacity in June to approximately 5% across the passenger network.

From 21-30 June, subject to government travel restrictions, Cathay Pacific will operate five flights per week to London (Heathrow), Los Angeles, Vancouver, Sydney; three flights per week to Amsterdam, Frankfurt, San Francisco, Melbourne, Mumbai and Delhi; and daily flights to Tokyo (Narita), Osaka, Seoul, Taipei, Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City and Singapore. Daily flights to Beijing and Shanghai (Pudong) will be operated by Cathay Pacific or Cathay Dragon. Meanwhile, Cathay Dragon will also operate a daily flight to Kuala Lumpur.

We will continue to monitor the developing situation and further adjustments may be made as necessary. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 information centre.

Your flight booking

If your upcoming journey is affected by these suspensions or frequency reductions, you’ll receive an email notification from us with your alternative flight arrangements or refund options.

If you need to alter your plans, we’ve introduced a number of free ticket change options – so you have the freedom to choose what suits you best. Visit our COVID-19 information centre to learn more about how to change or cancel your ticket.

If you're trying to plan ahead, we’re giving you the flexibility to make unlimited changes – without extra charge – to all new tickets issued up to 30 June 2020. What’s more, you’ll be able to make changes up to a year after purchase. Visit Fly (worry) free for more information.