Cathay Pacific announces the resumption of its daily flights between Singapore and Bangkok, rekindling a vital air link between the two vibrant cities. The airline is set to reestablish its Singapore-Bangkok flights starting from March 31, 2024, marking a significant step towards restoring normalcy in travel.
True to its commitment to continuity, Cathay Pacific ensures that the resumed daily flights will maintain their pre-pandemic flight numbers and timings. The inaugural flight is scheduled to take off from Singapore Changi Airport on March 31, 2024, reuniting passengers with the familiar CX712 and CX717 flight numbers.
Passengers departing from Singapore can catch CX712 at 13:25, embarking on a seamless journey to the bustling city of Bangkok. On the return leg, CX717 from Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport is set to take off at 11:55, ensuring a convenient travel schedule for both business and leisure travelers.
Travelers on these flights can expect a comfortable experience, as Cathay Pacific operates these routes with aircraft equipped with flatbeds in Business Class and a Premium Economy cabin. This move aims to enhance passenger comfort and satisfaction as they traverse the Singapore-Bangkok route.
For those with onward journeys to Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific provides an additional convenience. Passengers can take advantage of up to six daily scheduled flights departing from Bangkok to Hong Kong International Airport, seamlessly connecting two major Asian hubs. Cathay Pacific already operates up to eight direct flights per day from Singapore to Hong Kong, offering a multitude of travel options for passengers.
Book your tickets and rediscover the joy of travel with Cathay Pacific’s trusted services on the Singapore-Bangkok route.