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Cathay Pacific announces changes to winter flights to Australia

Cathay Pacific announces changes to winter flights to Australia

Hong Kong’s flag carrier airline, Cathay Pacific, announced changes to its winter flight schedule for Australia in Melbourne and Perth.

The airline will begin operating its Hong Kong-Melbourne route with an A350-900WXB, larger than the A330-300 it is replacing, starting October 29. There will be 2 daily A350 flights and via a 777-300ER.

Melbourne is home to world-class arts and cultural heritage institutions, cutting-edge design, and dynamic festivals and community events. The city has many delightful hidden spaces and iconic laneways where visitors can enjoy tantalizing food and an eclectic nightlife.

The Hong Kong-Perth route will also operate with an A350-900XWB instead of an A330-300 with overall 7 weekly flights via the A350 and 3 weekly flights on the A330.

Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty and makes the perfect base for a unique Western Australian experience. Bustling with new bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, Perth is also home to Kings Park—one of the world’s largest inner city parks, along with beautiful wineries and stunning beaches

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