Cathay Pacific Adds Boston - Hong Kong Route

hong kongCathay Pacific Airways has announced a new four-times-weekly non-stop service from Boston Logan International Airport to Hong Kong on May 1, 2015, subject to government approval. 

The new service will link New England and Hong Kong directly for the first time, the airline said, and marks Cathay Pacific’s sixth gateway in the United States, and eighth in North America.

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The Boston service will be operated by Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. The flight schedule for Cathay Pacific’s Boston (BOS) service, effective May 1, 2015, will be as follows (all times local and subject to government and regulatory approval): 

"We are also opening up the greater New England region to connect with numerous Asian cities, including over 22 destinations in Mainland China, as well as key economic and tourism hubs throughout Southeast Asia, such as Singapore, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Bali, and Hanoi," said Cathay Pacific SVP, Americas, Tom Owen. "This new service means that flying times from Boston will now be significantly reduced to this region."


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