Cathay Pacific to Resume SIN-BKK Daily Flights in March
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Cathay Pacific’s Daily SIN-BKK Flights Are Flying Back Starting in March

Good news for travellers coming from Singapore and Bangkok! Cathay Pacific is set to resume its SIN-BKK daily flights soon, with the first flight set to take off on March 31.

In a press release yesterday, Feb. 5, the airline shared the good news with everyone, giving travellers an additional airline option for their next out-of-country travel.

For this comeback, Cathay Pacific will retain the same flight numbers and times, with CX712 departing from Singapore Changi Airport at 13:25 and CX717 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 11:55.

The airline’s daily SIN-BKK flight service initially got suspended due to the pandemic, and only this year they’re bringing it back to rebuild and reconnect again after four long years.

The aircraft that will be used on this flight includes flatbeds in the Business Class and a Premium Economy cabin.

Known as the official flag carrier of Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific has been connecting people around the world since 1946.

Passengers can book their tickets through Cathay Pacific’s website.

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