CX 9072 Adelaide to Melbourne Flight Status

Cathay Pacific Flight CX9072 from Adelaide Airport ADL to Melbourne Airport MEL is not scheduled for today July 6th, 2020.
The last time the flight was scheduled was on April 16th, 2020.
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CX 9072 Flight Status & Schedule

Date Departure Arrival Status
16/04 09:10 11:00
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14/04 09:10 11:00
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13/04 09:10 11:00
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11/04 09:10 11:00
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10/04 09:10 11:00
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Cathay Pacific CX 9072 Adelaide to Melbourne Flight Information

Cathay Pacific Flight CX9072 connects Adelaide, Australia to Melbourne, Australia, taking off from Adelaide Airport ADL and landing at Melbourne Airport MEL.

How long is the CX9072 flight from Adelaide to Melbourne?

The average flight time from Adelaide to Melbourne is 1 hour and 16 minutes. The flight distance is 642 km / 399 miles and the average flight speed is 501 km/h / 311 mph.

What is the average delay of flight CX9072?

The average delay of flight CX9072 is 0 minutes and the flight is on-time 100% of the times.

Which terminal is the flight CX9072 arriving at?

Flight CX9072 arrives at Melbourne Airport (MEL) Terminal 1.

When was the latest CX9072 flight?

The latest flight took off on Thursday, April 16th, 2020 with the flight status being Unknown on 11:00.

How else can the flight CX9072 be referenced as?

This Cathay Pacific flight can also be referenced as CPA9072, CX 9072, CPA 9072.

My CX9072 flight was cancelled or delayed. Can I get Compensation?

If your CX9072 flight was cancelled or you arrived to Melbourne with a delay of 3 hours or more, you are entitled to 250€ in compensation, according to the EC 261/2004 regulation.

See our CX9072 Flight Tracker above for more details.

Other Adelaide ADL to Melbourne MEL Flights

Flight CX9072 is a code-share Cathay Pacific flight of the Qantas operated QF676

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