• Joe Breitfeller

Cathay Pacific Prepares to Resume Hong Kong-Singapore Flights as Air Travel Bubble Opens

Starting May 26, 2021, Cathay Pacific will resume flights between Hong King and Singapore as the two-way, quarantine free, Air Travel Bubble opens. The flights will be operated with fully vaccinated pilots and cabin crew members.


Cathay Pacific Airbus A350-900 - Courtesy Cathay Pacific

On Monday (April 26, 2021), Cathay Pacific announced the resumption of flights between Hong Kong and Singapore under a two-way, quarantine free, Air Travel Bubble starting May 26, 2021. The flights will be operated with an Airbus A350-900 and all pilots and cabin crew members will be fully vaccinated. Cathay Pacific’s Air Travel Bubble flights will operate as CX759 and CX734, with the inaugural flight departing Hong Kong on May 26th and the return flight from Singapore on May 27th, 2021.


From June 10, 2021, Cathay Pacific will increase the frequency to daily return services on the route. Additionally, Cathay Pacific welcomes the recently announced expansion of the Hong Kong SAR Government’s ‘Return2hk’ scheme, which enables Hong Kong residents returning home from anywhere within the Chinese mainland, to do so without the need to quarantine. Currently, Cathay Pacific operated flights between Hong Kong and Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Xiamen, with the addition of more routes planned for the coming months.


Cathay Pacific to Resume Service Between Hong Kong and Singapore From May 26, 2021 - Courtesy Cathay Pacific

Source: Cathay Pacific