Cathay Pacific operates first non-stop flight from Brussels to Hong Kong

Airbus A350 Cathay Pacific Photo by Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific operated on 26 March its first ever flight from Brussels Airport to Hong Kong.

The only non-stop service connecting the Belgian capital with the airline’s dynamic home city, Flight CX338 departed Brussels on time at 13.10 with a full complement of passengers. Prior to the departure of Flight CX338, a gate ceremony was organised in celebration of the landmark occasion.

Meeting the increasing demand from both business and leisure travellers, the airline’s new four-times-weekly service is operated by the technologically-advanced Airbus A350-900 aircraft, featuring Cathay Pacific’s latest seats in Business, Premium Economy and Economy classes and state-of-the-art inflight entertainment. The aircraft is also equipped with Wi-Fi, so passengers can remain connected during their journey.

Cathay Pacific’s renowned signature service means that passengers will be assured of a superior experience when travelling to destinations in Asia and Southwest Pacific through the airline’s Hong Kong hub.

— Cathay Pacific