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Cathay Pacific releases 2023 Sustainability Report, showcasing progress and new commitments

Cathay has released its 2023 Sustainability Report, highlighting its ongoing commitments and progress in achieving sustainability goals through collaboration with customers, business partners, regulators, and employees. Chief Executive Officer Ronald Lam emphasised that sustainability is inherent in Cathay’s purpose and that achieving this purpose requires collective efforts. “By embracing the collaborative ethos of ‘Greener Together’,

Cathay sets new carbon intensity target for 2030 in pursuit of net-zero goal

Cathay Pacific Airways has set a new target to reduce its carbon intensity by 12% from 2019 levels by 2030, the airline announced on Monday. This move is part of Cathay’s commitment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and reinforces its position as a leader in sustainability within the aviation industry. To reach the

Cathay Pacific announces financial turnaround with a return to profit in 2023

Cathay Pacific Airways Limited has unveiled its financial results for the year 2023, indicating a significant shift from previous losses to a sizeable profit and a substantial increase in revenue. The airline, which serves as Hong Kong’s flagship carrier, reported an 85.1% jump in revenue to HK$94,485 million from HK$51,036 million in 2022. It also

SIA, Cathay due to lag behind on post-COVID recovery

Analysts suggest that the recovery time for some of the international aviation community’s biggest players, namely Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways, will “inevitably” be prolonged compared with the rest of the industry, due to having no domestic market to fall back on. Joanna Lu, head of consultancy for the Asia region at aviation data

Cathay Pacific to delay aircraft deliveries up to 5 years

Cathay Pacific Airways has said that it has reached an agreement with European manufacturer Airbus to delay the delivery of its latest A350s and A321neos, as well as being in advanced talks with Boeing regarding the deferral of its 777-9 orders. According to the airline, its 12 A350s currently on order to be delivered by

Cathay Pacific eyeing outback ‘boneyard’: Report

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific is considering shifting some of its long-haul planes to desert storage facilities, according to numerous reports.


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