How to Change Cathay Pacific Flight Dates

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Cathay Pacific is a large international airline that specialises in travel between North America and Asia. It allows customers to change a flight, but the procedures that must be followed vary greatly depending on the specifics of the situation -- for example, customers who want to get on a standby flight have to follow different procedures than normal passengers; customers using frequent flyer miles have more limits; customers who bought their tickets through a discount agency or consolidator may also have more limited options. These personalised differences also determine who does and does not need to pay a change fee, and how much that fee is.

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Instructions

    On the Web

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    Log in to the "Manage my Booking" section on the Cathay Pacific website. You will need to provide your name and booking reference number or e-ticket number. If you are a member of the Marco Polo Club (the airline frequent flyer club), you can also log in using your membership name and PIN or password.

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    Follow the prompts to change your travel dates. The prompts vary based on whether or not you have to pay a change fee and what type of change you're trying to make (e.g., getting on a standby flight or booking with frequent flyer miles). Application of a change fee is based on the ticket you originally bought.

  3. 3

    Print out a confirmation of your new, revised itinerary.

    By Phone

  1. 1

    Look up a phone number for Cathay Pacific. The number you should call is based on your current location; see Resources for a list.

  2. 2

    Speak to a representative about your booking. Be sure to have your booking reference number available.

  3. 3

    Pay a change fee if required. You can pay by phone using a credit card.

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