Cathay resumes Singapore-Bangkok daily flights

(PHOTO: Cathay Pacific)

MRO DubaiCathay Pacific will be resuming its Singapore-Bangkok flights starting from 31 March 2024. The daily flights will retain their pre-pandemic flight timings, with CX712 departing from Singapore Changi Airport at 13:25, and CX717 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 11:55. These flights will be operated on aircraft which offer flatbeds in Business Class, as well as a Premium Economy cabin.

Passengers who wish to make an onward journey to Hong Kong can also take advantage of the up to six daily scheduled flights departing from Bangkok to Hong Kong International Airport. Cathay Pacific currently operates up to eight direct flights per day from Singapore to Hong Kong.

The Singapore-Bangkok flight service was suspended due to the pandemic. Cathay Pacific Regional General Manager for Southeast Asia Dominic Perret said: “As we continue to rebuild our connectivity, we are very excited to be resuming our Singapore-Bangkok service after four years. This is a flight route that is much loved by many of our customers. We know that they have been anticipating its return as much as we have, and we certainly look forward to welcoming our Bangkok-bound customers onboard.”


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