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‘Cathay Pacific will continue to offer flights from Manila’

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Cathay Pacific (CX) said it remains in operation in the Philippines, contrary to reports circulating on social media.

The airlines Marketing and PR Specialist Anna Maria Lee said the apparent confusion stems from its recent announcement in its Facebook page. “This may have caused some confusion with customers that our operations in the Philippines will be closed.”

Lee said, “only our ticketing offices in Manila and Cebu will be closed as we are shifting handling of ticketing transactions to our Global Contact Centres.”

“Our contact centers are open 24/7 and offer a much safer and flexible option for customers especially at this time. We continue to fly from Manila to Hong Kong and will resume our Cebu service this September.”

Cathay Pacific has been serving the Philippines for 75 years. Lee said, “we remain committed to flying our customers from Manila and Cebu to Hong Kong and beyond.”

The airline was founded on September 24, 1946 by Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow and American Roy C. Farrell. On its maiden voyaged, Cathay flews from Sydney to Hong Kong via Manila.

The airline initially flew routes between Hong Kong, Sydney, Manila, Singapore, Shanghai, Saigon, and Bangkok.

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