- Suspended for winter
- Dublin Hong Kong will resume 30 March 30 2020.
Cathay Pacific have suspended their Dublin to Hong Kong 4w service for winter 2019-20. It is one of a n umber fo routes suspended by the airline, which has seen a great deal of management change in recent weeks.
A written statement from Cathay Pacific says: After careful review of the current business environment, we have made the decision to temporarily suspend our service between Dublin and Hong Kong from 7 November 2019 until 29 March 2020. This is a difficult decision to make, but also a necessary one in view of the commercial challenges we currently face. The Dublin and Hong Kong non-stop flight will resume on 30 March 2020.
In the meantime, we continue to strengthen our investments in the Irish market, with additional marketing activities planned in the coming months.
Our dedicated Ireland team based in Dublin will continue to grow our brand presence, while our teams in Asia and Australia have begun tactical promotions in their respective markets targeting the summer 2020 season, for when our non-stop flight returns.
We are confident in the long-term prospect and strength of the traffic between Ireland, Hong Kong and the rest of Asia.
Hainan airways have suspended their Dublin to Shenzhen service and will be suspending their Beijing service on October 31.
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