Cathay Pacific Brings Back Daily Roundtrip Singapore – Bangkok Flights


Cathay Pacific is bringing back its daily Singapore and Bangkok flights beginning on 31 March 2024, resuming the pre-pandemic schedule between two countries. The airline’s CX712 will depart Singapore Changi Airport at 13:25 while CX717 will fly from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 11:55. These flights will be flown by aircraft with flatbeds in Business Class and a Premium Economy cabin.

Up to six flights per day are scheduled to depart from Bangkok to Hong Kong International Airport, so passengers who want to continue their journey to Hong Kong also have that option. There are as many as eight direct flights per day between Singapore and Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific.

Because of the epidemic, the Singapore-Bangkok flight service was put on hold. According to Dominic Perret, Cathay Pacific’s Regional General Manager for Southeast Asia, the airline is thrilled to resume service between Singapore and Bangkok after a four-year hiatus as part of its ongoing effort to restore connectivity.

“This is a flight route that is much loved by many of our customers”, Perret said. Passengers have been eagerly awaiting Cathay Pacific’s return, and the airline is looking forward to having customers on board for the flight to Bangkok.

Tickets are available for booking on, and will be available for purchase through selected travel agents.



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