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53 Cathay Pacific new Gatwick service_10 Dec 2015_Final_SC.jpgCathay Pacific will launch a new four-times-weekly service to London’s Gatwick Airport on 2nd September 2016, subject to government approval. The new service will complement the airline’s current five-times-daily service to Heathrow Airport for a total of 39 flights a week between Hong Kong and London – more than any other carrier. In addition to serving London, Cathay Pacific also offers a four-times-weekly service between Hong Kong and Manchester in the UK. Cathay Pacific will operate the Gatwick service with its brand new Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

Meanwhile, Cathay Pacific will discontinue its daily flight between Hong Kong and Doha with effect from 15th February 2016. The service, launched in March 2014, has been discontinued for commercial reasons and Cathay Pacific and Qatar Airways will remain strategic partners within the oneworld alliance.

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