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Cathay Pacific cancels more European flights due to Iceland volcanic ash

19 Apr 2010



Cathay Pacific Airways announced that all its flights to and from Europe except Rome and Milan on 20 April night and 21 April morning will be cancelled due to the continuing impact of volcanic ash on European airports.


However, while flights to and from Milan remain unaffected at present, the situation could change at a short notice and passengers are advised to check the airline’s website, www.cathaypacific.com, for the latest flight information before leaving for the airport.

 

Details of cancelled flights are as follow:

 

Flight No.

Route

Scheduled Departure Time

Status

CX251

Hong Kong to London

23:55 (20 April)

Cancelled

CX255

Hong Kong to London

00:35 (21 April)

Cancelled

CX257

Hong Kong to London

09:40 (21 April)

Cancelled

CX253

Hong Kong to London

15:00 (21 April)

Cancelled

CX289

Hong Kong to Frankfurt

23:50 (20 April)

Cancelled

CX261

Hong Kong to Paris

23:45 (20 April)

Cancelled

CX271

Hong Kong to Amsterdam

00:15 (21 April)

Cancelled

 

 

 

 

CX252

London to Hong Kong

12:35 (20 April)

Cancelled

CX250

London to Hong Kong

18:20 (20 April)

Cancelled

CX256

London to Hong Kong

20:20 (20 April)

Cancelled

CX254

London to Hong Kong

22:35 (20 April)

Cancelled

 

(All times local)

Passengers whose flights are cancelled are advised not to go the airport.  Flights may be subject to further changes and passengers are encouraged to defer non-essential travels to European destinations. For further information, passengers may call Cathay Pacific’s reservation number – 2747 1888 from 07:00 to 23:00.

 

Cathay Pacific continues to monitor the situation closely and will issue further updates once more information becomes available. The airline regrets any inconvenience the flight disruption may cause and hopes for passengers’ understanding.

 

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