Cathay Pacific Now Requires Health Declaration Prior To Check In, Refuses To Accept Passengers With Cough, Sore Throat

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

Cathay Pacific has instituted new safety measures concerning passenger health and is now requiring a self declaration at the time of check-in. According to the latest travel notice Cathay will now refuse to accept any passenger for check-in who suffers from fever, cough, sore throat or muscle aches. This will however be reliant on a […]

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Airfare of the Day [Premium Economy] CATHAY PACIFIC Singapore to USA West Coast from $958

Written by Freddo Zabaleta @ LoyaltyLobby

Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Cathay Pacific and their Premium Economy excursion round trip fares between Singapore (SIN) and San Francisco (SFO)/Seattle (SEA)/Los Angeles (LAX), USA. Remember that you can always email or send us a message via Facebook or Twitter with your airfare-related findings or questions. In case you missed it! Flight Review: Cathay Pacific Premium Economy A350-900 […]

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Hong Kong Airport Transit Services To Gradually Resume From 01 June, 2020

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

The Hong Kong Chief Executive today announced the gradual reopening of certain services to the public including the resumption of transits at Hong Kong International Airport starting on the 1st of June. Hong Kong had previously instituted a ban on transit passengers effective March 25, 2020 and since then some days saw less than 1000 […]

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Cathay Pacific Brands Reshuffle Coming? (Cathay Dragon & HK Express)

Written by John Ollila @ LoyaltyLobby

HK ExpressThere have been rumors circulating in Hong Kong since late Friday that Cathay Pacific would restructure its airline brands. Cathay Pacific recently rebranded Dragonair as Cathay Dragon, and last year purchased HK Express from the Mainland based HNA that also owns Hong Kong Airlines (not part of the deal). You can access Cathay Pacific here. […]

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The ultimate guide to Citi ThankYou Rewards transfer partners

Written by Katie Genter @ The Points Guy

Editor’s note: This post refers to many flights that are not currently operating due to COVID-19 but are expected to resume once this crisis subsides. Citi is a TPG advertising partner. Many Citi cardholders simply redeem their Citi ThankYou Rewards points for travel or gift cards. But if you have a premium Citi ThankYou card, you …

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Cathay Pacific Revises Marco Polo Club Status Relief, Changes To Flat 12 Month Extension

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

Cathay Pacific’s Marco Polo Club (their status recognition program) has now decided to change their initial “relief scheme” for elite members whose flight activity is curtailed for a good part of the year. Members will now receive a 12 month extension of their status, replacing their initial policy of dripping tier points into members account […]

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Cathay Pacific Is Now Extending Unlimited Free Changes For One Full Year (Bookings Made MAR 9 – JUN 30, 2020)

Written by Sebastian Powell @ LoyaltyLobby

Cathay Pacific has just extended their latest marketing initiative allowing customers one full year of unlimited free changes to tickets booked between March 9 and June 30th 2020. This new ticketing condition is designed to encourage Cathay Pacific customers to keep buying tickets even in times where almost their entire fleet is grounded and 99% […]

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Airfare of the Day [Premium Economy] CATHAY PACIFIC Singapore to Los Angeles from $922

Written by Freddo Zabaleta @ LoyaltyLobby

Today’s Airfare of the Day goes to Cathay Pacific and their premium economy excursion round trip fares between Singapore (SIN) and Los Angeles (LAX). Remember that you can always email or send us a message via Facebook or Twitter with your airfare-related findings or questions. Editors note: LoyaltyLobby encourages all of our readers to do their part to stop the spread […]

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Airlines That Are Still Operating Flights

Written by From the Newsroom @ Mighty Travels

On January 30, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a public health emergency of international concern. With the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak countries all over the world are taking precautions in order to minimize the risk. Just a few weeks later the World Health Organization declared a pandemic. Following the news, many airlines were forced […]

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Cathay Pacific cuts 96% of its network as coronavirus causes global aviation contraction

Written by Zach Wichter @ The Points Guy

The airline did not mince words. “Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon intend to operate a bare skeleton passenger flight schedule in April and May, though our freighter capacity remains intact,” the carrier said in a statement Friday. “Our ability to maintain even this skeleton schedule will depend on whether more travel restrictions are imposed by …

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Airlines that Suspended or Reduced Operations Because of the Coronavirus

Written by From the Newsroom @ Mighty Travels

On January 30, the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus a public health emergency of international concern. With the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak countries all over the world are taking precautions in order to minimize the risk. Just a few weeks later the World Health Organization declared a pandemic. Following the news, many airlines were forced […]

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Airline coronavirus change and cancellation policies: A complete list of major carriers

Written by Katherine Fan @ The Points Guy

Editor’s note: This post, first published in March, is regularly updated with new information.   Airlines have been reeling as the coronavirus pandemic has spread across the globe. They have slashed schedules, laid off staff and some have temporarily suspended operations altogether as passenger numbers have slowed to a trickle. Nearly all have waived fees and …

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