Cathay Pacific to increase three frequencies

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Cathay Pacific will increase the frequency of three of its services for the summer schedule.

The airline will add three weekly services to routes from Hong Kong to Toronto and Los Angeles starting 31 March, bringing the total to 10 and 20 weekly flights respectively. The carrier will also add three weekly flights to the Hong-Kong-Bangkok route from 28 June.

Cathay Pacific adds that three weekly flights between Hong Kong and Mumbai will become nonstop services, bringing the frequency of nonstop flights on the route to 10 times weekly.

Innovata schedules show that Cathay Pacific is the sole operator on the Hong Kong-Los Angeles route. It competes with Air Canada on the Hong Kong-Toronto route, with Jet Airways and Air India on the Hong Kong-Mumbai route, and carriers such as Thai Airways on the Hong Kong-Bangkok route.