Dragonair News Stories
February 22, 2012
Dragonair, a unit of Hong Kong's dominant carrier Cathay Pacific Airways, said on Wednesday that it plans to expand its fleet 20 percent this year by adding six aircraft and will hire more staff to meet growing demand in Asia.
November 15, 2011
Cathay Pacific Airways said on Monday its October cargo throughput fell 17.5 percent on the year, the seventh consecutive drop, due to continued weak demand from Hong Kong and China.
- Boeing Launches 787-10 With USD$30 Bln Of Orders
- Airbus Wins USD$11 Bln EasyJet Order
- Nordic Aviation Orders 90 ATR Aircraft
- Korean Air Signs Provisional USD$3.6 Bln Boeing Order
- Bombardier Gets USD$1.8 Bln Business Jet Orders
- Embraer Unveils Orders For Current E-Jets
- Syphax Airlines Orders Six Airbus A320s
- BOC Aviation Orders CFM Engines Worth $460 Mln
- Paris Airshow Day One Wrapup
- GECAS To Order Boeing 787-10X