Based on the week of 18AUG14’s OAG Schedules Analyser update, Cathay Pacific’s Boeing 747-400 operation in Winter 2014/15 season, from 26OCT14, as follow.
Hong Kong – Beijing 1 weekly (2 weekly 07DEC14 – 31DEC14; 5 weekly 01JAN15 – 31JAN15; 1 weekly 01FEB15 – 22FEB15; until 22FEB15)
Hong Kong – Manila 1 weekly (until 28DEC14)
Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai 2 weekly (until 01JAN15)
Hong Kong – Sapporo 4 weekly (14 weekly from 08DEC14 to 08MAR15)
Hong Kong – Shanghai Pu Dong 2 weekly (until 30NOV14; PVG departure until 01DEC14)
Hong Kong – Taipei Taoyuan 3-6 weekly
Hong Kong – Tokyo Haneda 6-7 weekly
The oneWorld member is scheduled to operate last Boeing 747-400 service on long-haul routes, 31AUG14 San Francisco to Hong Kong followed by 01SEP14 Johannesburg to Hong Kong. From 01SEP14, the 747 aircraft operates regional service only. By March 2015 (between 11MAR15 and 28MAR15), the 747-400 operational frequencies, as of 18/19AUG14, will be reduced to approximately 16 weekly. Further changes to operational frequency is highly possible, as the 747 may be assigned on other regional routes on temporary basis.