New Delhi: Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways today said it will reintroduce daily flights from here to Bangkok from mid-February.
The daily flights from New Delhi will begin operations from February 14, the company said in a statement.
This will be a full service flight, with a bigger seat capacity in Business and Economy class, it said, adding that the airline aims at catering to the corporate and MICE travel to Thailand.
The airline had discontinued services to Bangkok temporarily from December 11, 2011, keeping in mind the fog period and replaced this flight with a second direct service flight to Hong Kong.
It operates through offices in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Bengaluru with its sister airline Dragonair.