Cathay Pacific to serve Abu Dhabi from next year
Cathay Pacific Airways declared on Monday that it is going to introduce a four-times-weekly service to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), on 2nd June next year.
The service will be controlled and regulated by an Airbus A330-300 aircraft which will have departures to and from Abu Dhabi on the following days of every week – Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Cathay Pacific airline has at present kept provisions for a double daily operation to and from Dubai, as informed by the airline.
It further said that by adding Abu Dhabi as a port of destination and departure, the airline hopes to provide even better services to cater to the needs of the rising business and leisure demand for travel among the UAE, Hong Kong and several other destinations in the Asia Pacific region.
The Cathay Pacific airline has served the UAE market for over three decades and is continuing to do so. And now the Hong Kong carrier will have its services in Abu Dhabi for the first time 2nd June onwards from next year. It will be flying four weekly services to the Abu Dhabi.
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