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Cathay Pacific To Start Operating Dublin-Hong Kong Service Again In March

By Dave Simpson

Cathay Pacific has announced that it will start operating services between Dublin and Hong Kong again in March.

The airline stopped operating services between Dublin and Hong Kong in November of 2019 due to a 40% decrease in the number of people who travelled to Hong Kong in August.

The drop in passenger numbers was attributed to pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

Four Times Weekly

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Cathay Pacific's service from Dublin to Hong Kong will start operating four times weekly from March 28.

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