Travelling Between Australia And Asia Will Now Get Easier

Fly between Asia and Australia more conveniently than ever before with Cathay Pacific and Qantas' Codeshare agreement.
Qantas and Cathay Pacific airlines agree on new codeshare agreement
Qantas and Cathay Pacific airlines agree on new codeshare agreement

This agreement applies to 25 routes across the Asia-Pacific.&nbspCathay Pacific Marco Polo Club members and Qantas&nbspFrequent Flyer members will earn more Club Points when travelling on a Cathay Pacific-coded flight and Qantas-coded flight respectively. Customers of both airlines are set to benefit from the new codeshare agreement that leverages the strengths of each carrier&rsquos regional networks providing more options for travellers going between Asia and Australia.

Cathay Pacific will add its code to 13 routes on&nbspQantas&rsquo domestic network in Australia according to the agreement. While, Qantas&nbspwill add its code to Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon&rsquos services within Asia from Hong Kong to 10 cities across India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Vietnam, and on Cathay Pacific&rsquos services from Hong Kong to Perth and Cairns.

Cathay Pacific and&nbspQantas&nbsptogether operate more than 100 services a week between Hong Kong and Australia. As&nbsponeworld alliance partners, eligible customers will continue to enjoy access to both Cathay Pacific and&nbspQantas&nbsplounges in Australia and Hong Kong, as well as other&nbsponeworld associated lounges across both airlines broader networks.

Tickets for the codeshare services will be available for sale from 22 October 2018, for travel from 28 October 2018.

Qantas&nbspcodeshare on Cathay Pacific / Cathay Dragon routes

Between Hong Kong and India

  • Hong Kong - Bangalore, India
  • Hong Kong - Mumbai, India
  • Hong Kong - Calcutta, India
  • Hong Kong - Delhi, India
  • Hong Kong - Chennai, India

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