AVIATION | Staff Reporter, Hong Kong

Cathay Pacific to support homecoming flights from UK

It also welcomes the partial relaxation of quarantine measures for travellers from low-risk countries.

Cathay Pacific will support the operation of special flights to bring Hong Kong residents home from the UK, the company said in a press release.

The airline also welcomes the relaxation of quarantine measures for customers returning from low-risk places to help facilitate travel activities.

“We are proud of the incredible efforts of our aircrew to ensure that strict hygiene standards are adhered to across all aspects of our operations,” Cathay Pacific said.

The flights will be departing from London Heathrow on 21 and 28 April.

Cathay Pacific also encourages all of its employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible “to protect themselves and their families.”

“We support the vaccination programme in Hong Kong and believe vaccination is pivotal to the resumption of regular air travel, the return of normal life for everyone in society and the recovery of Hong Kong's economy,” it said.

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