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Cathay Pacific Airways - INTRODUCTION

American Roy C Farrell and Australian Sydney H de Kantzow founded Cathay Pacific Airways on 24 September, 1946. Initially based in Shanghai, the two men eventually moved to Hong Kong and established the airline. Legend has it that Farrell and a group of foreign correspondents thought up the airline's unique name in the bar at the Manila Hotel! An Investment In the Future. The new company began to operate passenger flights to Manila, Bangkok, Singapore and Shanghai. Expansion was fast and, in 1948, one of Hong Kong's leading trading companies, Butterfield & Swire (today known as the Swire Group) took a 45% share in the company. Under the leadership of John Kidston Swire, Butterfield & Swire became wholly responsible for the management of the airline.

Cathay Pacific Airways is an international airline registered and based in Hong Kong, offering scheduled cargo and passenger services to more than 110 destinations around the world. We are deeply committed to Hong Kong, where the Company was founded in 1946. We continue to make substantial investments to develop Hong Kong's aviation industry and enhance Hong Kong's position as a regional transportation hub. In addition to our fleet of aircraft, these investments include catering, aircraft maintenance and ground handling companies, as well as our corporate headquarters at Hong Kong International Airport. Cathay Pacific and its subsidiaries and associates employ over 20,000 staff in Hong Kong. The airline's two major shareholders are both Hong Kong companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, as is Cathay Pacific itself. Cathay Pacific is the major shareholder in AHK Air Hong Kong Limited, an all cargo carrier that offers scheduled services in the Asia region, and is a shareholder in Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited. Cathay Pacific also a founding member of the oneworld global alliance whose combined network serves over 700 destinations worldwide.

Cathay Pacific is the flag carrier of Hong Kong, with its head office and main hub located at Hong Kong International Airport, although the airline's registered office is on the 33rd floor of One Pacific Place. The airline's operations include scheduled passenger and cargo services to 114 destinations in 36 countries worldwide, including code shares and joint ventures, with a fleet of wide-body aircraft, consisting of Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Boeing 747 and Boeing 777 equipment. The airline also operates fifth freedom flights from Bangkok and Taipei, its focus cities. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Dragon air, operates to 36 destinations in the Asia-Pacific region from its Hong Kong base. In 2010, Cathay Pacific and Dragon air carried nearly 27 million passengers and over 1.8 million tons of cargo and mail.

The airline was founded on September 24, 1946 by American Roy C. Farrell and Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow, with each man putting up HK$1 to register the airline. The airline made the world's first non-stop transpolar flight flying over the North Pole in July 1998, and it also operated the maiden flight to arrive at the new Hong Kong International Airport. The airline celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2006; and as of October 2009, its major shareholders are Swire Pacific and Air China. It is reciprocally one of the major shareholders of Air China. Cathay Pacific currently holds the title of the world's third largest airline, measured in terms of market capitalization, according to the International Air Transport Association. In 2010, Cathay Pacific became the world's largest international cargo airline, along with main hub Hong Kong International Airport as the world's busiest airport in terms of cargo traffic.

Cathay Pacific is a founding member of the one world alliance, with its subsidiary, Dragon air, as an affiliate member.

Cathay Pacific was founded in Hong Kong on September 24, 1946 by American Roy Farrell and Australian Sydney de Kantzow. Both men were ex-air force pilots who had flown the Hump, a route over the Himalayan Mountains. Each man put up HK$1 to register the airline. Although initially based in Shanghai, the two men moved to Hong Kong where they formally began Cathay Pacific. They named it Cathay, the ancient name given to China, derived from "Khitan", and Pacific because Farrell speculated that they would one day fly across the Pacific (which happened in the 1970s). The Chinese name for the company "國泰" comes from a Chinese idiom meaning "Grand and Peaceful State".

According to legend, the airline was conceived by Farrell and some foreign correspondents at the bar of the Manila Hotel. On Cathay Pacific's maiden voyage, Farrell and de Kantzow flew from Hong Kong to Manila, and later on to Shanghai. They had a single Douglas DC-3, nicknamed Betsy. The airline initially flew routes between Hong Kong, Sydney, Manila, Singapore, Shanghai, and Canton, while scheduled service was limited to Bangkok, Manila, and Singapore only.

In 1948 Butterfield & Swire (now known as Swire Group) bought 45% of Cathay Pacific, with Australian National Airways taking 35% and Farrell and de Kantzow taking 10% each. The new company began operations on 1 July 1948 and was registered as Cathay Pacific (1948) Ltd on 18 October 1948. Swire later acquired 52% of Cathay Pacific and today the airline is still 40% owned by the Swire Group through Swire Pacific Limited.

Current Developments
In 2010, the airline set another record high profit, amounting to HK$14.048 billion despite record losses set in the same decade. At the same time, Cathay Pacific had taken delivery of several new aircraft types, including the Airbus A330-300 and Boeing 777-300ER. Tony Tyler left his position as CEO at the airline on 31 March 2010 to pursue his new job at the IATA. Chief Operating Officer John Slosar had succeeded Tony Tyler as the new CEO. In addition, New Zealand's Commerce Commission had dropped charges against Cathay Pacific concerning the air cargo price fixing agreements.

Branding
Branding and publicity efforts have revolved primarily around the staff and passengers of Cathay Pacific. The airline's first campaign focusing on the passenger was "It's the little things that move you". It was followed by an advertising campaign. "Great Service. Great People. Great Fares." In 2011, Cathay Pacific rolled out "People. They make an airline." as their latest motto. It was accompanied by a supplementary website "Meet the Team", which introduced some of the staff through profiles. The flash site revealed many behind-the-scenes stories many of which contain inspiring facts about their career life.

Destinations
Cathay Pacific serves 115 destinations in 36 countries and territories on five continents, with a well-developed Asian network. The airline serves a number of gateway cities in North America and Europe, with easy connections with its One world and code share partners, American Airlines and British Airways via Los Angeles and London, respectively. In addition, the airline serves 10 French cities via a code share partnership with French national rail operator, SNCF, from Paris. The airline also has access to over 17 destinations in China through its subsidiary, Dragon air.

Cathay Pacific suspended its flight operations to and from Colombo on 26 March 2007 due to security concerns, following the closure of the Bandaranaike International Airport. The services between Hong Kong and Colombo via Bangkok and Singapore have subsequently resumed on 30 March 2008. In 2008, the airline increased services to Auckland, Brisbane, Chennai, Delhi, Dubai, Mumbai, Perth, Singapore and Sydney, while reduced services to Toronto and Vancouver. In 2009, the airline increased services to Jakarta and Shanghai, while services to Paris were increased from 29 March 2009 to 31 August 2009 and from 18 December 2009 to 6 January 2010. In addition, Jeddah will be Cathay Pacific's second destination in Saudi Arabia from 25 October, while services to Brisbane and San Francisco are temporarily reduced from September to 17 November and October, respectively. In late 2009, services increased back to Toronto and Vancouver at a frequency of twice daily Cathay Pacific announced it will launch daily passenger service to Chicago operated by Boeing 777-300ER on 1 September 2011 and increase service to New York with a fourth daily flight beginning 27 March 2011. The airline also launched its four weekly service to Abu Dhabi by Airbus 330-300 on 2 June 2011; the airline's second destination in the United Arab Emirates complementing existing service to Dubai

Passenger Fleet Plans
On 8 November 2007, Cathay Pacific announced that it had placed an order for seven additional Boeing 777-300ERs and 10 747-8F freighters with a list price of US$5.2 billion. In addition, it also took 14 options for the new freighter at that time. This order, if all options are exercised, would make Cathay Pacific the largest operator of 777-300ERs in Asia and largest operator of 747-8Fs in the world. On 6 December 2007, the airline, already the biggest operator of the Airbus A330, placed a firm order for eight more Airbus A330-300 aircraft valued at approximately US$1.7 billion at list prices. Together with the commitment for 17 long-haul passenger aircraft and freighters announced the previous month, the new aircraft will take the Cathay Pacific Group's fleet size to 200 by 2012. From those 200 aircraft, the airline will operate 155 itself, and the rest will be used by its subsidiaries.

The airline's CEO, Tony Tyler, stated on 30 October 2007 that the carrier had no plans regarding the purchase of either the Boeing 787 Dream liner or the Airbus A380 for the time being. On 8 June 2010, the carrier entered talks with both Boeing and Airbus about adding the 787 Dream liner and/or the Airbus A350 to their fleet, with Tyler reported to have said that the airline was more interested in acquiring smaller, long-range jets that are better suited for carrying cargo, than it is in acquiring either the Boeing 747-8 or the Airbus A380. The twinjet aircraft would allow Cathay Pacific to both add new destinations to its network, and to replace those 747-400s and A340-300s that currently operate on its long-haul routes alongside 777-300ERs. The carrier remained open on a potential purchase of the B747-8 and A380 for long-haul and ultra long-haul routes to Australia, the US and Europe. “Airbus and Boeing have been talking to us, and we will study both the A380 and the 747-8 Intercontinental next year (2012),” Cathay Pacific chief executive John Slosar told flightglobal Pro.

On 11 March 2009, it was reported that the delivery of two aircraft due in 2008 was delayed after a strike at Boeing. Additionally, the delivery of two 747-8 freighters was pushed back to 2010 amid delays at the plane maker. The delivery positions on new A330-300 and 777-300ER aircraft were deferred due to the economic recession. Cathay Pacific also sent four A340-300 and two 747-400 aircraft to Victorville Airport for storage.

On 4 August 2010, it was confirmed that Cathay Pacific would buy 30 A350-900s and six more 777-300ERs. On 8 March 2011, it was reported that the airline had ordered another 15 A330-300s and 10 777-300ERs. The deal also included two more A350-900s, to be leased from ILFC. On 10 August 2011, Cathay Pacific entered into an agreement with Boeing to purchase four 777-300ER passenger aircraft and eight Boeing 777F Freighters. On 20 January 2012, it was confirmed that Cathay Pacific would buy another six A350-900s. At the 2012 Farnborough Air show, it was confirmed that Cathay would order 10 A350-1000s and convert 16 A350-900s to the bigger -1000.

On 20 August 2011, it was reported that Cathay Pacific would be launching a Premium Economy Class on its new 777-300ERs from March 2012. The aircraft will feature 40 Business Class, 32 Premium Economy Class and 268 Economy Class with the absence of a First Class cabin. On 22 August 2011, it is expanded the Premium Economy Class offering to its new A330-300s from March 2012. The aircraft would be configured with 38 Business Class, 28 Premium Economy Class and 175 Economy Class. Premium Economy Class will also be offered on 4-class 777-300ERs and 747-400s from summer 2012

Cargo
Cathay Pacific Cargo operates a fleet of over 20 freighters to more than 40 destinations around the world, in addition to utilising the cargo space on its passenger aircraft. The cargo subsidiary was established in 1981 with a twice-a-week Hong Kong–Frankfurt–London service operated jointly with Lufthansa. The cargo division ranked fifth in the freight category of the 2008 The World's Top 25 Airlines by Air Transport World. Cathay Pacific Cargo handles most of the airlines' passenger cargo. Together with its cargo routes, it serves more than 80 destinations and is able to operate to destinations that are not in the Cathay Pacific passenger network.

Cargo Fleet Notes
On 5 October 2005, the airline took delivery of its first Boeing 747–400 Boeing Converted Freighter (Boeing 747-400BCF) aircraft that was converted from passenger configuration to a freighter in Xiamen, China. Cathay Pacific Cargo is the launch customer for this aircraft model and it was also the first time Boeing had conducted a major flight test programme outside the United States. On 22 June 2006, the airline announced an order for six Boeing 747-400ERF freighters, delivered in 2008 and 2009. On 31 October 2011, Cathay Pacific took delivery of its first Boeing 747-8F.

On 18 March 2008, Airport Authority Hong Kong (HKAA) awarded Cathay Pacific Services Ltd (CPSL), a wholly owned subsidiary, a non-exclusive 20-year franchise to invest in, design, construct and operate a new air cargo terminal at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), to be built in the cargo area at the airport, close to the existing cargo servicing facilities, with a site area of approximately 10 hectares. The new cargo terminal will be operated by a separate management team in CPSL. On 15 January 2009, CPSL signed a supplementary agreement with the HKAA to defer the completion of its new cargo terminal by a maximum of 24 months to mid-2013, in response to the current market conditions. A non disclosed compensation amount for the deferral is included in the supplementary agreement.

 

Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Route to Kathmandu, Nepal
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Hong Kong to Kathmandu, Nepal

Flights from Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal

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Australia to Kathmandu, Nepal

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Bahrain to Kathmandu, Nepal

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Bangladesh to Kathmandu, Nepal

 

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DAC-HKG-KTM

Brazil to Kathmandu, Nepal

 

Flights From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal

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Cambodia to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Czech Republic to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Finland to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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France to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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XPJ-HKG-KTM
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Germany to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Hong Kong to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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India to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Indonesia to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Italy to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Japan to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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IZO-HKG-KTM
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NGO-HKG-KTM
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OBO-HKG-KTM
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Flights From Tokushima, Japan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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Flights From Tokyo/Haneda, Japan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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Flights From Tokyo/Narita, Japan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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Flights From Ube, Japan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
UBJ-HKG-KTM
South Korea to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Busan, South Korea - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PUS-HKG-KTM
Flights From Jeju, South Korea - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CJU-HKG-KTM
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ICN-HKG-KTM
China to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Beijing, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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FSP-HKG-KTM
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Flights From Fuzhou, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
FOC-HKG-KTM
Flights From Guangzhou, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CAN-HKG-KTM
Flights From Guilin, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
KWL-HKG-KTM
Flights From Hangzhou, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
HGH-HKG-KTM
Flights From Kunming, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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Flights From Nanjing, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
NKG-HKG-KTM
Flights From Ningbo, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
NGB-HKG-KTM
Flights From Qingdao, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
TAO-HKG-KTM
Flights From Sanya, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
SYX-HKG-KTM
Flights From Shanghai, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
SHA-HKG-KTM
Flights From Shanghai/Pu Dong, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PVG-HKG-KTM
Flights From Wuhan, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
WUH-HKG-KTM
Flights From Xi'an, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
XMN-HKG-KTM
Flights From Xiamen, China - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
XMN-HKG-KTM
Malaysia to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
BKI-HKG-KTM
Flights From Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
KUL-HKG-KTM
Flights From Penang, Malaysia - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PEN-HKG-KTM
Mexico to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Guadalajara, Mexico - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
GDL-HKG-KTM
Flights From Mexico City, Mexico - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
MEX-HKG-KTM
Netherlands to Kathmandu, Nepal
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AMS-HKG-KTM
New Zealand to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Auckland, New Zealand - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
AKL-HKG-KTM
Pakistan to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Karachi, Pakistan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
KHI-HKG-KTM
Peru to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Lima, Peru, - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
LIM-HKG-KTM
Philippines to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Cebu, Philippines - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CEB-HKG-KTM
Flights From Clark, Philippines - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CRK-HKG-KTM
Flights From Manila, Philippines - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
MNL-HKG-KTM
Portugal to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Lisbon, Portugal - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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Russia to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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Saudi Arabia to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
JED-HKG-KTM
Flights From Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
RUH-HKG-KTM
Singapore to Kathmandu, Nepal
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SIN-HKG-KTM
South Africa to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Cape Town, South Africa - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CPT-HKG-KTM
Flights From Durban, South Africa - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
DUR-HKG-KTM
Flights From Johannesburg, South Africa - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
JNB-HKG-KTM
Flights From Port Elizabeth, South Africa - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PLZ-HKG-KTM
Sri Lanka to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Colombo, Sri Lanka - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CMB-HKG-KTM
Sweden to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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ARN-HKG-KTM
Switzerland to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
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ZRH-HKG-KTM
Taiwan to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Kaohsiung, Taiwan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
KHH-HKG-KTM
Flights From Taichung, Taiwan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
TXG-HKG-KTM
Flights From Taipei, Taiwan - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
TPE-HKG-KTM
Thailand to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Bangkok, Thailand - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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Flights From Chiang Mai, Thailand - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CNX-HKG-KTM
Flights From Phuket, Thailand - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
HKT-HKG-KTM
United Arab Emirates UAE to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
AUH-HKG-KTM
Flights From Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
DXB-HKG-KTM
UK to Kathmandu, Nepal
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LHR-HKG-KTM
Flights From Manchester, UK - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
MAN-HKG-KTM
Flights From Newcastle, UK - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
NCL-HKG-KTM
USA to Kathmandu, Nepal
 
Flights From Atlanta, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
ATL-HKG-KTM
Flights From Boston, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
BOS-HKG-KTM
Flights From Charlotte, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CLT-HKG-KTM
Flights From Chicago, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
ORD-HKG-KTM
Flights From Cleveland, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CLE-HKG-KTM
Flights From Columbus, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
CMH-HKG-KTM
Flights From Dallas, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
DFW-HKG-KTM
Flights From Denver, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
DEN-HKG-KTM
Flights From Detroit, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
DTW-HKG-KTM
Flights From Honolulu, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
HNL-HKG-KTM
Flights From Houston, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
IAH-HKG-KTM
Flights From Kansas City, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
MCI-HKG-KTM
Flights From Las Vegas, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
LAS-HKG-KTM
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LAX-HKG-KTM
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MIA-HKG-KTM
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MSP-HKG-KTM
Flights From New Orleans, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
MSY-HKG-KTM
Flights From New York, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
JFK-HKG-KTM
Flights From Orlando, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
MCO-HKG-KTM
Flights From Philadelphia, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PHL-HKG-KTM
Flights From Phoenix, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PHX-HKG-KTM
Flights From Pittsburgh, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PIT-HKG-KTM
Flights From Portland, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
PDX-HKG-KTM
Flights From Raleigh Durham, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
RDU-HKG-KTM
Flights From Salt Lake City, USA - Hong Kong - Kathmandu, Nepal
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