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Cathay Pacific makes it easier for travellers to visit Macau


Hong Kong's flag carrier, Cathay Pacific has inked a codeshare agreement with ferry operator Cotai Water Jets making it easier for overseas travellers to visit Macau and the Pearl River Delta beyond, according to Shipping Gazette.
Starting February 26, the partnership will see the airline place its "CX" code on Cotai Water Jet services operating between Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) and the Taipa Ferry Terminal, the main gateway to Macau's Cotai Strip.
During the initial launch stage, Cathay Pacific customers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore and the United States can book travel to Macau through the airline's local websites, with tickets now available for sale. Booking eligibility will be extended to other international markets over the months ahead.
Cathay Pacific customers travelling to Macau will enjoy check-through baggage and a choice of six daily direct Cotai Water Jet sailings, which depart from the SkyPier at HKIA, ensuring expedient and flexible inter-modal transport connectivity.
Cathay Pacific chief customer and commercial officer Paul Loo said: "Our new codeshare partnership with Cotai Water Jet provides our customers with greater choice and more options and is a win-win for these two dynamic cities.
"Furthermore, we are also delighted to provide Macau residents and those across the Pearl River Delta with convenient flight connections to over 200 destinations on the Cathay Pacific Group's international network via Hong Kong."
The Director of Macau Government Tourism Office, Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes, said she was highly supportive of the new codeshare agreement, adding that: ""The codeshare arrangement will certainly enhance accessibility to and from the region for many international markets, thereby further supporting and facilitating the development of Macau into a world centre of tourism and leisure."

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