Cathay Pacific Airlines said Monday it will resume its service linking Sapporo and Hong Kong on June 29.

The run was suspended April 24 due to the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome.

The Hong Kong-based airline said it plans to operate round-trip flights between the two cities on Thursdays and Sundays through the end of July.

Beginning in August, it will add Wednesdays to the list, offering its round-trip service three times a week.

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