Cathay launches Tel Aviv link

Cathay Pacific is to launch a four-times weekly service between Hong Kong and Tel Aviv from 26 March, subject to government approval. It will be operated by Airbus A350-900 passenger aircraft, and will provide connections between Israel and Asia and Southwest Pacific via Hong Kong.
Departures in both directions are on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. 

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