If you are trying to find airfare to Asia from Chicago, you are in for good news – beginning September 1, 2011, you will be able to enjoy Cathay Pacific’s high level of service on daily non-stop flights to Hong Kong with connections available to other destinations throughout Asia.
Operating the route with new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, the flights will offer three classes of service: 238 economy class seats, 57 business class seats and 6 seats in first class. The seating configuration for economy class will be 3-3-3. Ten Economy class seats at the exit rows with additional legroom will be available on each flight for an added charge (currently the fee for these seats is an additional $100 or 20,000 Asia Miles each way).
For airfare to Asia before next September, Cathay Pacific currently operates non-stop flights to its hub in Hong Kong from Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York’s JFK International Airport. Connecting flights from other airports throughout the United States are available through its code-share partner, American Airlines.
In late March 2011, Cathay will begin a third non-stop flight from JFK, operating on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays. In early May, this flight will change to daily non-stop service.
For service, comfort and the convenience of connecting flights from Hong Kong to most of the popular destinations, Cathay Pacific is an excellent carrier to choose for airfare to Asia.