Cathay Pacific Chief Executive John Slosar told an Australian audience that a third runway at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) would be important not only for Cathay Pacific and the aviation industry, but for the long-term stability and sustainability of the economy of Hong Kong.
Cathay Pacific Airways today launched its latest Sustainable Development Report outlining the various sustainability measures undertaken by the airline in 2010.
The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and Cathay Pacific Airways announce today (17 May) their joint initiative – DiscoverHongKong Mobile App Series – one of the first smart phone travel application series in the world that makes use of the augmented reality technology.
A Cathay Pacific Airbus 330 has made an emergency landing in Singapore after one of its engines caught fire. Passengers on a flight bound for Jakarta reported hearing two sharp bangs about 20 minutes after taking off from Changi Airport.
Due to operational requirements, Cathay Pacific have adjusted flights to and from Japan.
Cathay Pacific had announced its second major aircraft order in six months after revealing record profits earlier. The Hong Kong-based carrier ordered 27 planes from both Airbus and Boeing in deals which could eventually be worth as much as $6.55 billion.
Cathay Pacific Airways has revealed its Chief Executive, Tony Tyler, will leave the airline after being recommended to succeed Giovanni Bisignani as Director-General and Chief Executive of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) who will retire from the position next year. Mr Tyler’s last day with the airline will be 31 March 2011.
Cathay Pacific Airways today announced an exciting development in its award-winning inflight entertainment system, StudioCX, with passengers onboard all long-haul and some regional flights now able to enjoy full seasons of eight of their favourite comedies and dramas – available in all cabins, on demand, and in digital-widescreen format.
Japan Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways, both members of the quality airline alliance oneworld®, have come to an additional agreement to codeshare on flights operated by the latter via Hong Kong, Bangkok and Singapore to destinations in Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe.
Cathay Pacific Airways today signed an agreement with the Boeing Company to exercise purchase rights for six more of the manufacturer’s 777-300ER (Extended Range) aircraft with an estimated value of HK$12.5 billion at list price.
Cathay Pacific Airways and its oneworld partner Japan Airlines announced today that they will expand their code-share agreement with effect from 31 October, subject to government approval.
Cathay Pacific Airways today concluded the purchase agreement with aircraft manufacturer Airbus for the delivery of 30 new A350-900 aircraft