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Cathay Pacific to resume service to Colombo

01 Dec 2001


Cathay Pacific Airways today resumed its service between Hong Kong and Colombo, Sri Lanka. As before, all flights on the three-times-a-week return service will be routed through Bangkok. The service has been suspended since 24 July when there was a drop in demand following an incident at Colombo's Bandaranaike International Airport.

Cathay Pacific's Director and Chief Operating Officer Philip Chen said: "We are delighted to announce the resumption of the service between Hong Kong and Colombo, which is one of the important leisure and trade destinations in South Asia. As Hong Kong's airline, we are committed to maintaining a strong network. The Hong Kong-Colombo service will strengthen tourism and trade links between the two places and enhance Hong Kong's position as Asia's leading aviation hub."

Details of the service are as follows:
Flight
Route
Departure
(Local Time)
Arrival
(Local Time)
Days
CX703
Hong Kong - Colombo
18:25
23:55
Tue/Thu/Sat
CX700
Colombo - Hong Kong
02:40
12:10
Wed/Fri/Sun

These flights are open for booking immediately. Passengers can book through their travel agent or Cathay Pacific reservations