Cathay Pacific has been granted the rights to operate 15 mainland routes previously by its now-defunct Dragon brand. Photo: Sam Tsang Cathay Pacific has been granted the rights to operate 15 mainland routes previously by its now-defunct Dragon brand. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific has been granted the rights to operate 15 mainland routes previously by its now-defunct Dragon brand. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific regains permit to fly many China routes vacated by its closed subsidiary, while Greater Bay’s bid meets with no objections

  • Mainland aviation authorities have awarded Cathay Pacific the rights to fly to 15 Chinese cities previously served by its now-defunct Dragon brand
  • Cathay and its local competitors, meanwhile, lodged no objections to a bid by upstart Greater Bay Airlines to operate more than 100 routes

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Cathay Pacific has been granted the rights to operate 15 mainland routes previously by its now-defunct Dragon brand. Photo: Sam Tsang Cathay Pacific has been granted the rights to operate 15 mainland routes previously by its now-defunct Dragon brand. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific has been granted the rights to operate 15 mainland routes previously by its now-defunct Dragon brand. Photo: Sam Tsang
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