MANILA - Travelers from Davao will soon be able to fly to Hong Kong non-stop, the Cathay Pacific Group announced Monday.
The Hong Kong flag carrier said its regional airline, Cathay Dragon, will launch a four-times-weekly service to Davao City on October 28 this year.
Flights will be set on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays and will be serviced by Airbus A320 aircraft.
“We have a rich and robust history of serving the Philippines and we are thrilled today to grow our presence to Davao, our fourth destination in the country,” Cathay Pacific country manager for the Philippines Rob Bradshaw said.
Cathay also operates flights to Manila, Cebu and Clark.