Cathay Pacific’s Asia Miles programme will undergo a devaluation in the coming week. Lock in your redemptions now, before this happens.
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In a shock move, British Airways’ Executive Club has devalued award pricing on Cathay Pacific and Japan Airlines across most of their Asian routes. Here are the details.
Cathay Pacific Returns to Chennai in February 2024. Here are the details.
Cathay Pacific is handing out over 4000 tickets to Indians who take part in the World of Winners campaign next week. Here are the details!
Cathay Pacific Asia Miles is offering up to a 15% bonus on transferring miles from credit card partners all through January 2023. This might be a good promotion to use if you want to make redemptions on oneworld airlines.
Qatar Airways is inducting some spare capacity from Cathay Pacific, a fellow oneworld member airline and an investment of Qatar Airways as it finds itself in the need to expand capacity and its own jets are grounded or remain undelivered.
Cathay Pacific has initiated a new round of status extension for Marco Polo Club Elite Status for their members, taking them into 2022 as people hardly fly at the moment due to CoVid-19.
Cathay Pacific has announced a major restructuring today, under which the airline will shut down its fully owned subsidiary Cathay Dragon and nix a huge amount of jobs. Besides, the delivery of their new 777X aircraft is also deferred.
Cathay Pacific will receive a USD 5 billion worth bailout in the coming days, which should allow it to stay afloat and thrive as travel restarts after CoVid-19. The airline was burning about USD 400 million every month since February as it tried to live through the pandemic.
CoronaVirus is causing airlines to upgrade their standards to ensure they don’t become the cause of the spread of the virus while maintaining essential services. Unfortunately, Indian carriers’ response to the situation has been found lacking.
Cathay Pacific’s Premium Airport Lounges are being shut down in Hong Kong temporarily from February 17, 2020, onwards. This means, much lesser lounge capacity for those who are transiting through Hong Kong at the moment.