Cathay Pacific has taken the decision to suspend its four-times weekly service from Dublin to Hong Kong from 7 November. The decision by the Hong Kong-based carrier will last until 29 March 2020. The move by Cathay Pacific comes after a “careful review of the current business environment”. The airline added in a statement: “This is a difficult decision to make, but also a necessary one in view of the commercial challenges we currently face. The Dublin and Hong Kong non-stop flight will resume on 30 March 2020. “We are confident in the long-term prospect and strength of the traffic
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