Responding to the Hong Kong Government's relaxation on flight restrictions originating from the UK, Cathay Pacific will be resuming scheduled passenger services from London Heathrow to Hong Kong from 8 May to repatriate HK residents.
Cathay Pacific has scheduled 17 flights in May 2021 to help Hong Kong residents return home.
Operated by the Airbus A350-1000 in a three-class configuration, flights are now available for booking via cathaypacific.com.
Passengers ending their journeys in Hong Kong must meet immigration requirements, present a negative Covid-19 nucleic acid test certificate meeting the standards stipulated by the Hong Kong Government as well as a confirmed 21 nights hotel booking at one of the designated quarantinr hotels.
Passengers will be able to transit through Hong Kong if their itinerary is contained in a single booking, that they meet entry requirements at their final destination, and that the connection time between flights is within 24 hours.
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