Cathay Pacific opens first ferry lounge in Shenzhen

Cathay Pacific has officially opened its first-ever lounge outside of an airport at the Shekou Cruise Home Port in Shenzhen.

This new ferry lounge further enhances the intermodal travel experience for Cathay’s customers and elevates sea-to-air connectivity between Hong Kong International Airport and the whole of the Greater Bay Area.

Customers can enjoy a breath-taking 270-degree view of the surrounding sea

Currently, there are 11 round-trip ferry services per day between the Shekou Cruise Home Port and the SkyPier Terminal. The ferry journey only takes about 30 minutes and customers can collect their ferry tickets, boarding passes, and through-check their luggage onto their Cathay Pacific flights to destinations around the world.

Cathay Pacific customers can enjoy effortless transfer using its codeshare ferry services to go directly from the Shekou Cruise Home Port to the SkyPier Terminal at Hong Kong International Airport. The lounge allows customers to rest and relax before boarding their ferry service while enjoying a breath-taking 270-degree view of the surrounding area, including a glimpse of Hong Kong in the distance.

All Cathay Diamond and Gold members, as well as First and Business class customers, Cathay Silver members, and relevant oneworld members travelling on Cathay Pacific flights are welcome to visit the Shekou lounge.

Cathay Group’s CEO Ronald Lam said: “As Hong Kong International Airport continues to strengthen its sea and land connections with neighbouring cities in the Greater Bay Area, we are excited to open our brand-new Cathay Pacific lounge at the Shekou Cruise Home Port to our customers travelling from the region.”

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