Cathay Pacific offers new economy fares

The new prices will give customers greater flexibility when booking flights.

Cathay Pacific's new economy fares will be introduced progressively across its network in phases. Initially, they will be available for flight tickets originating from Malaysia, South Korea or the Taiwan region from 28 September. They will then be extended across the rest of the network over the next six months and to Hong Kong during the first quarter of 2022. Each fare offers more control on benefits from enhanced baggage allowances to flexible rebooking and upgrades.

Light fares include one piece of checked-in luggage and seat pre-selection after their booking is made. Essential fares offer an extra piece of luggage, seat pre-selection, and the option to upgrade using Asia Miles. This fare type is ideal for those travelling with family. Flex fares give customers control over their travel plans as and when changes are needed. In addition to redesigning its economy fares,

Cathay Pacific is also shifting its baggage policy from a weight-allowance to a piece-allowance system that provides a more generous baggage allowance in most fare types and cabin classes. These changes will apply to all cabin classes and will be rolled out worldwide as the new economy fares are introduced.

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