Cathay Pacific Amsterdam & London Heathrow W11 Capacity Changes as of 01SEP11

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Cathay Pacific starting 30OCT11 is reducing capacity on its Daily Hong Kong – Amsterdam service, which sees Airbus A340-300 aircraft operating thrice weekly, replacing the Boeing 747-400.

The aircraft change also represents the removal of First Class service on certain days.

Also, the oneWorld member has further revised planned operational aircraft on Hong Kong – London Heathrow service from 30OCT11. Planned Boeing 777-300ER service is pulled out, and will see Boeing 747-400 and Airbus A340-300 operating.


Hong Kong – Amsterdam
CX271 HKG0035 – 0620AMS 744 x357
CX271 HKG0035 – 0650AMS 343 357

CX270 AMS1235 – 0635+1HKG 744 x357
CX270 AMS1235 – 0705+1HKG 343 357

Hong Kong – London Heathrow
CX253/254 Daily 747-400 (replace 3 weekly 777-300ER and 4 weekly 747-400)
CX257/256 Daily A340-300
CX251/250 Daily 747-400
CX255/252 Daily 747-400

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