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Cathay Pacific resumes UK flights for Hong Kong residents return home

05/06/2021| 7:24:13 PM|

Cathay Pacific will be resuming scheduled passenger services from London Heathrow to Hong Kong from 8 May to repatriate HK residents.

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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