November 22, 2021

Cathay Pacific offers complimentary carbon offset

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Cathay Pacific is launching Green Friday, an initiative to offset carbon emissions for every flight purchased between 19 - 29 November for travel from 10 January through October 2022.

Cathay Pacific will be extending its Green Friday promotion globally, allowing passengers to benefit with exclusive flight offers, while the airline doubles its carbon offset for every ticket purchased.

At no cost to the customer, Cathay Pacific will automatically make attributable monetary contribution to carbon offset all flights purchased on cathaypacific.com between 19 – 29 November. The contribution will directly fund validated projects to offset carbon emissions while making a difference to local communities in developing countries around the world.

“Sustainability is one of the key pillars at Cathay Pacific. We recognise the effect carbon emissions have on the planet and constantly set strategic goals and plans to reduce and offset wherever we can. With the Green Friday initiative, we look forward to not only incentivising our customers with exclusive discounts to exciting destinations but also offsetting their carbon emissions. We are elated and are optimistic to making a change together with our customers,” said Vishnu Rajendran, Area Manager, Middle East.

Customers opting for economy class from Dubai can take advantage of 10 per cent off all flights from Dubai to Hong Kong, as well as 15 per cent off flights from Dubai to popular destinations including Seoul, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phuket, Bangkok and Singapore. All tickets will enjoy complimentary double carbon offset as part of Cathay Pacific’s Green Friday initiative.

Additionally, as part of the airline’s Fly (Worry) Free promise, Cathay Pacific is allowing unlimited ticket changes without any extra charge until 31 December 2021. With an impressive 5-star Covid-secure rating, passengers can fly confidently with Cathay’s enhanced safety measures from check-in to landing.

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