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Cathay boosts Hong Kong-Malaysia air links
Prudence Lui, Hong Kong, March 29, 2012
 

CATHAY Pacific has added another daily flight between Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur, ramping up its service on the route to four-daily, effective March 25.

 

The flag carrier has also expanded Hong Kong-Penang services from seven to ten-weekly, bringing the total number of flights it operates between Malaysia and Hong Kong to 38 per week.

 

Elsewhere, Cathay has hiked frequencies to Nagoya (from 17-weekly to three-daily), Singapore (from eight-daily to 61-weekly), Bangkok (from five- to six-daily) and Taipei (from 108 to 114 per week).

 

Destinations that saw a reduction in services include Bahrain (from daily to four-weekly), Abu Dhabi (from four- to three-weekly) and Sydney (down one weekly flight to thrice-daily).

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