Singapore and Hong Kong have agreed on the second major air route in the region to open after Australia and New Zealand opened their borders to one another last week.
Opening the two Asian hubs to one another will provide a huge boost to the tourism sectors of both cities due to start on 26th May.
Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines will run a reduced schedule before moving to a daily schedule from 9th June.
The airline said: “Cathay Pacific is excited to welcome the resumption of the Hong Kong-Singapore Air Travel Bubble and is ready to fly passengers on board its two-way, all-purpose, quarantine-free Air Travel Bubble flights starting 26th May.”
“We believe the safe and secure bubble flights will be a milestone showcase for the opening of similar travel arrangements with other popular destinations.”