Cathay Pacific

Christopher Nolan crashes real Boeing 747 into airport building for movie “Tenet”

An ex-Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-200 freighter was used to crash into a set-up airport building in "Tenet", the 11th movie…

Cathay Pacific Group will cease Cathay Dragon operations, and reduce workforce and passenger capacity as it adapts to the new travel reality

The Cathay Pacific Group today announces a corporate restructuring in response to the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on…

Cathay Pacific Group releases combined traffic figures for September 2020: -98.1%

The Cathay Pacific Group today released its combined traffic figures for September 2020 that continued to reflect the airlines’ substantial…

Cathay Pacific Group releases combined traffic figures for July 2020: -98.7% with a load factor of 23.4%

The Cathay Pacific Group today released its combined traffic figures for July 2020 that reflected the airlines’ continued substantial capacity…

Cathay Pacific issues 2019 Sustainability Report, targets single-use plastics reduction

Major milestones included a new single-use plastics reduction target and the launch of Cathay ChangeMakers community programme The Cathay Pacific…

Cathay Pacific flies again to Amsterdam

The Hong Kong airline welcomes passengers at Schiphol Airport from June 21, 2020 With the gradual easing of flight measures…

Cathay Pacific announces HK$ 39 billion (€ 4.4 billion) in recapitalisation financing

The plan will help maintain competitiveness and operations amid unprecedented challenges to the global travel market Cathay Pacific today announced…

[Coronavirus] Cathay Pacific to reduce passenger capacity by 96% in April and May

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon will reduce capacity by 96% across their passenger network in April and May in light…

[Coronavirus] A picture is worth a thousand words

A view of Cathay Pacific and Hong Kong Express aircraft parked at the Hong Kong International airport. Airlines across the…

Challenging first half of 2020 for Cathay Pacific; capacity cuts (also to Brussels) as demand weakens

A few days ago, Cathay Pacific Group released combined Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon traffic figures for January 2020 that…

Cathay Pacific asks staff to take 3 weeks unpaid leave

Cathay Pacific has asked staff to take three weeks of unpaid leave to help it cope with the impact of…

An incredibly challenging month of August for Cathay Pacific; passengers and cargo down

The protests against the Hong Kong’s government and the multiple occupations in Hong Kong’s airport has had a very negative…

Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg suddenly resigns after Hong Kong protest row

Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg has suddenly resigned, the Hong Kong based airline came under fire from Beijing, China over…

Cathay Pacific and Lufthansa Cargo’s brings Europe closer to Hong Kong with joint business agreement

Customers of Cathay Pacific’s cargo division and Lufthansa Cargo are now enjoying the advantages of the recent expansion of the…

In a deal worth €558 million, Cathay Pacific acquires Hong Kong Express Airways

In a deal worth HK$4.93 billion (€558 million) Hong Kong based Cathay Pacific has acquired Hong Kong Express Airways. The…

After two years of losses, Cathay Pacific is profitable again in 2018

In 2018, Cathay Pacific expects to record a consolidated profit attributable to shareholders of approximately HK$2.3 billion (€258 million). An…

Amsterdam airport Schiphol launches pilot for boarding by means of facial recognition

Passengers travelling with Cathay Pacific can take part in a pilot for boarding by means of facial recognition. This pilot…

Cathay Pacific Airbus A350 broke into the asphalt at Tel Aviv Airport and became stuck

On 15 February, this Cathay Pacific Airbus A350 (B-LRX) broke into the asphalt during push-back procedure and got stuck. The…

Why no A380 for Cathay Pacific?

You Asked Cathay Pacific: Aircraft It goes without saying that planes are a key aspect of any airline's business. So,…

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