Cathay Pacific to increase flights between S'pore and HK to one a day by December

Cathay Pacific currently flies three times a week between Hong Kong and Singapore. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SINGAPORE - Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific is set to increase the frequency of its flights between Singapore and Hong Kong from the current three times a week to one flight a day by the year's end.

This is even if the territory's strict Covid-19 restrictions, which now require travellers to be quarantined for three days and self-monitor their health for the next four, does not change.

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