Hong Kong: Cathay Pacific has recently announced that it will increase the frequency to Toronto, from 24 June, with the addition of four weekly flights.
The start of the increased service will see Cathay Pacific operate a twice-daily non-stop service from Hong Kong to Canada’s most populous city.
The flights will provide passengers with greater travel options and improved connectivity – and comes on the back of successful summer frequency increases to Toronto by the airline over the past two years.
Since launching flights to Toronto in June 1994, Cathay Pacific has seen growing demand to and from the city, especially during the peak holiday period. In line with the current 10-times-weekly service, the additional flights, which will be operated by Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, will provide passengers with a superior experience across all classes, enabling the airline to live up to its brand promise of a Life Well Travelled.
In addition to Toronto, Cathay Pacific currently flies twice-daily flights to Vancouver from its Hong Kong hub, but will increase this service to 17 flights a week from 28 March.