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Cathay parks 40% of its fleet ‘to survive’

Cathay Pacific has announced it will ground two-fifths of its passenger fleet for the “foreseeable future”, in a move it deems necessary in order “to survive and thrive” into the future. The Hong Kong flag carrier has announced that it will park 72 of its aircraft, making up 40 per cent of its fleet, outside

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.

Tuesday airline cuts: Qantas, EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic announcements

The world's airlines continued to make unprecedented cuts to their services on Tuesday, as the many countries entered virtual lockdown. 

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