Cathay strengthens its presence in Sri Lanka

CATHAY PACIFIC is enhancing its service to Sri Lanka by operating four, A330-300 non-stop flights a week to Colombo, from October.
The direct flights will replace the services that currently stop in Singapore – making Cathay the only airline to operate direct services between Hong Kong and Colombo, says a company statement. 
The carrier will still continue operate a thrice-weekly, daily service to Sri Lanka via Bangkok, it adds. 
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