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Cathay Pacific will end its New York-Vancouver flights next spring

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Cathay Pacific will end its nonstop service between Vancouver and New York JFK, ending a “fifth-freedom” route that it has operated since 1996. The route that included the Vancouver (YVR) stop was once Cathay Pacific’s only option for service between New York and its main base in Hong Kong (HKG). That changed in 2004 when Cathay Pacific added regular nonstop service between cities. Despite that, the fifth- freedom tag between Vancouver (YVR) and JFK remained. Now, however, Cathay Pacific says… (thepointsguy.com) More...

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