Cathay Pacific celebrates inauguration of new service to Moscow

Cathay Pacific Airways celebrated the inauguration of its thrice-weekly service to Moscow on 1 September with a gala celebration in the city attended by 300 Hong Kong and Russia dignitaries, including government officials, aviation officials and business leaders.

The Moscow service, which launched on 13 July, is the second new destination launched by the airline this year - a four-times-weekly service to Milan launched on 28 March and has been well-received by the market. Cathay Pacific now operates to 48 online passenger destinations in its global network.

Source: Cathay Pacific Airways

Officiating guests toast the success of Cathay Pacific's three-times-weekly service between Hong Kong and Moscow at a gala celebration. From left: Tony Tyler, Cathay Pacific’s Chief Executive; the Honourable Donald Tsang, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR; and Ivan Polyakov, Chairman of the Russia-Hong Kong Business Association.
Officiating guests toast the success of Cathay Pacific's three-times-weekly service between Hong Kong and Moscow at a gala celebration. From left: Tony Tyler, Cathay Pacific’s Chief Executive; the Honourable Donald Tsang, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong SAR; and Ivan Polyakov, Chairman of the Russia-Hong Kong Business Association.