Cathay Pacific is Restarting Hong Kong–Bali Flights

It will be the sole carrier flying the route upon its return to Denpasar later this month.

Mount Agung seen at sunrise from the hillside temple of Pura Lempuyang Luhur in eastern Bali. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Pacific)

After a hiatus of more than 2.5 years, Hong Kong’s home airline plans to resume passenger services to Indonesia’s favorite island destination ahead of the Christmas and New Year holidays. Flights will be operated daily from November 27, with journey times expected to be five hours each way. Outbound flight CX 785 is set to depart Hong Kong at 10 a.m. every morning to arrive in Denpasar at 3 p.m.; the plane will be on the ground for an hour before CX 784 takes off from Ngurah Rai International Airport at 4 p.m. — Hong Kong-bound flyers should expect to reach their destination at 9 p.m.

Services to and from Denpasar will utilize Cathay’s recently rolled out Airbus A321neos, which promises an improved short-haul flying experience. Holidaymakers traveling in business class can look forward to plush recliner seats equipped with dividers and 4K ultra-high-definition 15.6-inch screens; they’ll also receive noise-cancelling headphones. In economy class, the seats feature new adjustable headrests and 11.6-inch PTVs. Extra-large overhead bins are a common feature throughout the aircraft cabin, as is specially designed LED mood lighting.

To celebrate its return to Bali, Cathay is now offering limited-time discounts on top of special companion fares. Bookings made by December 15 using the promo code “CXDPSCOMP” guarantee HK$500 off per ticket when buying at least two seats in economy for travel from November 27, 2022 to March 31, 2023.

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