• Are they revisiting and recrunching the air travel demand numbers (if its available?) for the post Covid 19 era on which this Airport's demand was originally based on (pre Covid 19) even though it is long term planning and future proofing? The first few years after opening will probably see the d...

  • They are freight/cargo only services. Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth have had similar services over the past few weeks. The only Sydney passenger revenue flights for now are CX100 departing on Mondays and Fridays

  • Best to think of it from the perspective that every person who holds points is an unsecured creditor and is a liability on the airlines books. The more points you hold, the higher the risk. I'm sure their T&Cs say if anything happens like they go bust, you're out of luck. Think back to busine...

  • Some flights operated are certain suspended passenger flight numbers but carrying freight/cargo only and not carrying fare paying passenger or flight attendants. QF129 could be an example of that. Likewise some Cathay flights recently are also in that category.

  • Airlines operate on slim profit margins so obviously, hanging onto the money that people have paid in advance makes their balance sheet and cash flow better. Imagine offering refunds with in the current climate with more money going out in the form of cash refunds against virtually nothing coming...

  • They do offer slightly more if you have MPO status, I got US$75 last year for a faulty IFE in PEY

  • No, the in town check in facility is provided as part of the Airport Express service/ticket/fare. Alternative would be to do the check in at the airport in advance (if provided by the airline) first by taking the A/E route buses if you don't want to take the MTR, then take the local bus to visit ...

  • Cathay Pacific Airways will pay HK$4.93 billion (US$628 million) to buy budget carrier HK Express from the HNA Grouphttps://www.cathaypacific.com/dam/cx/about-us/investor-relations/announcements/en/20190327_CX_Announcement_HKE_en.pdf

  • You could consider the Citi Prestige (Visa) Card A$1 spend = 2 Citi Rewards Points which convert back to 1 Asia Mile with a minimum transfer of 5,000 Citi Rewards Points (i.e. 2,500 Asia Miles). No points capping but the card's annual fee does cost $700.

  • A New Chapter for the Cathay Pacific Marco Polo Club - Starting on 15 April 2016.https://www.cathaypacific.com/cx/en_HK/frequent-flyers/changes-to-the-marco-polo-club/overview.html