About Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific is international flag carrier of Hong Kong with head office and main hub situated at Hong Kong International Airport. It was founded in year 1946 by American Roy C. Farrell and Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow. This airline has registered office at 33rd floor of One Pacific Place. It has made the world's first non-stop transpolar flight flying over the North Polein July 1998, and it also operated the maiden flight to arrive at the new Hong Kong International Airport. Both domestic and international flights are operated by this airline company. Both cargo and passengers flights are operated by it to 168 destination in 42 countries in all over the world. The aircrafts are consisted of Airbus A330, Airbus A340, Boeing 747 as well as Boeing 777 equipment. Its subsidiary airline operates to 36 destinations in Asia Pacific region from its Hong Kong base. In year 2010 this airline and its subsidiary carried 27 million passengers and 1.8 million tons of cargo and mail. Cathay Pacific Airways also have code share agreement with various airlines companies which are Emirates Airlines, Air Arabia, Austrian Airlines, Biman Bangladesh, British Airways, China Southern Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Lufthansa Airlines, Mahan Airways, and Libyan Airlines. Various flights to India are also operated by it. The main flights to Indian cities are as follows: Flights to Kochi, Flights to Kolkata, Flights to Pune, and Flights to Trivandrum
About Osaka (OSA)
Located on the main island of Honshu, Osaka, literally means “large slope” or “large hill”, is the second most populous city in the entire nation. The city acts as a centre of commerce and is a hub for the world's most famous corporations and one of the internationalized and globally competitive companies of Japan. The Osaka City Council is the city's local government and is formed under the Local Autonomy Law. The city is served by two airports: Kansal International Airport handles all international flights and Osaka International Airport which handles all the domestic flights and other local transport services such as ferry services, rail services and bus services.
The city is also a home for various museums and art galleries such as National Museum of Art which has a collections from the post war era, Osaka Science Museum with a planetarium, Museum of Oriental Ceramics which holds around 2000 pieces of ceramics from various countries, One hand, Osaka Municipal Museum of Art holds pieces of Japanese and Chinese paintings and sculptures, whereas on the other hand, Osaka Museum of Natural History holds a collection related to natural history and life and Osaka Maritime Museum which is accessible only through an underwater tunnel into its dome. Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan is one of the world's largest aquariums and has a lot of sea creatures. Universal Studios Japan is one of the largest theme parks showcasing some of the favourite characters of the movies. The city also has some religious places such as Osaka Castle, Sanko Shrine and Shitenno ji which is one of the oldest Buddhist temple in Japan. Dotonbari is an iconic tourist nightlife area. Namba and Shinsaibashi districts offer countless options for shopping, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. This place enables you to rejuvenate your inner vitality as well as relieve your physical fatigue.
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About Osaka Kansai International Airport
1-banchi, Senshu-kuko Kita, Izumisano-shi, Osaka 549 8501, Japan
Tel: (81)(0724) 552 500