Cathay’s flight network in August

BANGKOK,11 August 2020: Cathay Pacific Airways confirmed the destinations it would serve from  Hong Kong International Airport during August.

Bangkok is not listed as one of the destinations served by Cathay Pacific during the remainder of August due to the Thai government’s blanket restriction on commercial international flights.

Thailand is only opened to repatriation flights and special flights that fly in travellers who fit the 11 categories that identify who can enter Thailand.  It does not include leisure travellers, and even those who do fit the categories must file for a certificate of entry at the nearest Thai embassy in order to board the aircraft plus other health and visa requirements.

Cathay’s August destinations

Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Ho Chi Minh City, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Manila and Taipei.

Mainland China
Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Xiamen (Transit flights not allowed at this stage).

Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London Heathrow.

Toronto, Vancouver, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco

Melbourne, Sydney.

For more details on the flight schedule, visit


  1. Strange. Melbourne isn’t allowing anyone in and many airlines are offering services to Bangkok now. including several European airlines, Singapore Airlines and several others. Like is the case elsewhere in the world, on incoming flights, only cargo and permitted passengers are allowed on board
    Therefore, Cathay’s decision to not yet resume flights to Bangkok makes no sense. Even fewer categories of foreigners can enter Vietnam, yet they’re offering flights to Saigon? Again, bizarre.


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