|For Immediate Release||2 September 2016|
Cathay Pacific Airways' new Airbus A350-900 was deployed on its first long-haul service on 1 September, operating Flight CX379 to Düsseldorf, which departed Hong Kong shortly after midnight.
Prior to the return departure from Düsseldorf - Flight CX376 to Hong Kong - passengers were presented with special "First to fly A350" luggage tags and confectionary before boarding the aircraft.
The environmentally-friendly aircraft is equipped with the airline's latest cabin products, an enhanced inflight entertainment system and WiFi connectivity in all classes, enriching the experience of passengers and helping Cathay Pacific to deliver on its promise of a Life Well Travelled.
The Düsseldorf service was launched in September 2015 and, after Frankfurt, is Cathay Pacific's second destination in Germany.
The newest addition to the Cathay Pacific network - London's Gatwick Airport, which was inaugurated earlier today - is the second long-haul destination to be served by the technologically advanced A350. In total, the airline operates 96 flights to 10 European cities each week.
|© Copyright 1996-2023 irasia.com Ltd. All rights reserved.|
DISCLAIMER: irasia.com Ltd makes no guarantee as to the accuracy or completeness of any
information provided on this website. Under no circumstances shall irasia.com Ltd be liable
for damages resulting from the use of the information provided on this website.
TRADEMARK & COPYRIGHT: All intellectual property rights subsisting in the contents of this website belong to irasia.com Ltd or have been lawfully licensed to irasia.com Ltd for use on this website. All rights under applicable laws are hereby reserved. Reproduction of this website in whole or in part without the express written permission of irasia.com Ltd is strictly prohibited.