Two cyclists pass a line of grounded Cathay Pacific aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Sam Tsang Two cyclists pass a line of grounded Cathay Pacific aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Sam Tsang
Two cyclists pass a line of grounded Cathay Pacific aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific

exclusive | Cathay Pacific planning to park up to half its fleet in desert as aviation industry struggles to recover from coronavirus

  • Hong Kong carrier has already sent dozens of aircraft to Alice Springs, and a significant number of its 180-strong fleet could follow
  • Capacity continues to outstrip demand, and long-haul flights not expected to fully return to normal until 2024

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Two cyclists pass a line of grounded Cathay Pacific aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Sam Tsang Two cyclists pass a line of grounded Cathay Pacific aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Sam Tsang
Two cyclists pass a line of grounded Cathay Pacific aircraft at Hong Kong International Airport. Photo: Sam Tsang
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