Cathay Pacific to take off from Chennai once again
For both business and leisure travellers, the flights will serve as a gateway, offering connectivity via Hong Kong to other cities
CHENNAI: After a hiatus of four years, Cathay Pacific is set to take to the city skies once again, serving local customers. The airline is returning with its Boeing 777 aircraft which is configured in a three-cabin-class layout with 368 seats, comprising 40 in Business class, 32 in Premium Economy and 296 in Economy.
For both business and leisure travellers, the flights will serve as a gateway, offering connectivity via Hong Kong to other cities in the Greater Bay Area, the Chinese Mainland, North America, Northeast Asia, and the Southwest Pacific.
For customers heading to the Southwest Pacific region , the airline offers convenient routes to cities like Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane.
Moreover, to meet the travel needs of customers, the airline extends its reach to important Northeast Asian hubs such as Seoul and Tokyo (Narita and Haneda), providing easy access to key international destinations.
As Chennai serves as an aviation hub that connects southern India to the rest of the world, Cathay Pacific is gearing up to embark on a new chapter of connectivity, convenience and customer satisfaction.