Cathay Pacific’s Paris flights are going double daily this summer

14 Jan 2019 by Business Traveller Asia Pacific

Cathay Pacific is giving its flights to Paris a boost this summer with the service scheduled to go double daily starting July 2 following the addition of two extra weekly flights.

Hong Kong’s flag carrier flies between Hong Kong and Paris 12 times per week, including a daily Boeing 777-300ER service and a five-times-weekly Airbus A350-900 flight. The additional services, to be operated by the A350, will give travellers the option of two flights on Tuesdays and Fridays rather than just one, as reported by and confirmed by Business Traveller on the airline’s online schedule.

The schedule for the added flights does differ from the other A350-operated services on the route, being closer in time to Cathay’s other daily flights on the route that it operates using its 777. Below is the schedule for the route as of early July.

Flight No. From To Departs Arrives Days Aircraft
CX260 Hong Kong (HKG) Paris (CDG) 0005 0655 Daily B777-300ER
CX273 Hong Kong (HKG) Paris (CDG) 0100 0755 Tue, Fri A350-900
CX279 Hong Kong (HKG) Paris (CDG) 1235 1915 Thu A350-900
CX279 Hong Kong (HKG) Paris (CDG) 1235 1925 Mon, Wed, Sat, Sun A350-900
CX260 Paris (CDG) Hong Kong (HKG) 1310 0645+1 Daily B777-300ER
CX274 Paris (CDG) Hong Kong (HKG) 1430 0805+1 Tue, Fri A350-900
CX278 Paris (CDG) Hong Kong (HKG) 2110 1500+1 Mon, Wed, Thu, Sat, Sun A350-900

Cathay Pacific configures its A350-900s with three classes, comprising 38 fully flat seats in business class, 28 seats in premium economy and 214 seats in the economy cabin.

A350-Cathay-Pacific-business class seat 12D

The business class cabin, which is separated into a larger forward cabin of 30 seats and a smaller second section of just eight, is laid out in a 1-2-1 configuration providing direct aisle access to all passengers.

The premium economy cabin has a 2-4-2 configuration while economy class is laid out nine across in a 3-3-3 layout.

Business Traveller has previously reviewed the business and premium economy product and service aboard Cathay Pacific’s A350-900.

While the A350 doesn’t offer a first class cabin, the 777-300ER that operates the airline’s other daily flight on its Paris route does. These cabins are laid out with six seats in a 1-1-1 configuration across two rows.

Cathay Pacific’s Paris flights have featured the airline’s new restaurant-style long-haul business class dining concept since October last year.

The new offering, which includes a room service-style ordering form for breakfast, and greater flexibility with when passengers receive their meals and when they are served, started rolling out in July and is expected to be available across its entire long-haul network by June this year.

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