Cathay Pacific Offers a Year of Unlimited Flight Changes Without Extra Costs

Travelers will get to book trips with the assurance that they can push back their travel dates or pick a new destination as many times as they like.

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Those looking to rebook their Cathay Pacific flights can now do so without paying extra. The Hong Kong flag carrier has announced that customers can make unlimited changes at no additional cost for all new tickets purchased before June 30 this year. Those who made their bookings before March 9 can also make unlimited changes but at a fee.

In addition, customers will enjoy free and unlimited changes available for up to one year after the ticket has been purchased.

According to the airline, “That means you can book knowing that you can push back your travel dates, or pick a new destination, as many times as you like.”

From now until June 30, bookings can be changed via the airline’s manage booking tool on its website. After this, passengers have to call their local reservations office to make any further changes up until the departure date. The airline also said that travel must be completed within one year of the original ticket issuance date.

More information here.

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