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Is A Dine On Demand Concept In Business Class Realistic For All Airlines?

A couple of days ago I wrote about how Cathay Pacific is testing out some improvements to their business class experience, including introducing mattress pads and dine on demand in business class. Initially they're rolling these outShow More Summary

Popular: A350 Review + Cheap bag essentials + New first class + Delta final 747 + Perfect timing

TravelSkills’ 10 most popular posts over the last week (descending order): 1 Trip Report: Cathay Pacific Airbus A350 SFO-Hong Kong 2 4 cheap-but-indispensable things to pack in your “go-bag” 3 Emirates new first class is nice, but what...Show More Summary

Cathay Pacific Is Testing Mattress Pads In Business Class

While Cathay Pacific has an industry leading first class product, their business class has never impressed me as much. Their seat is great -- they have reverse herringbone seats, and they were one of the first airlines to offer that....Show More Summary

Two airlines are bringing faster WiFi to their international flights

Two airlines have made moves to upgrade their WiFi offerings today. Cathay Pacific Group will provide GoGo's 2Ku satellite-based broadband technology starting in 2018 and Emirates has partnered with Thales to bring 50Mpbs connectivity to its Boeing 777X fleet in 2020. Via: ZDNet, The Verge Source: GoGo, Inmarsat, Emirates

All Cathay Pacific Planes Will Feature Wifi By 2020

Earlier this year we learned about changes that Cathay Pacific will be making to their 777s in hopes of improving profitability. Specifically, Cathay Pacific has been one of the few major airlines to still only offer nine abreast seating in economy on the 777, though will finally follow the industry trend and install 10 seats per row. Show More Summary

Cathay goes Gogo; 2Ku coming to wide body fleet

Cathay Pacific is committing further to connectivity on its long-haul fleet. The carrier announced a contract with Gogo today to fit its 777 and A330 aircraft with the 2Ku product beginning in mid-2018. The full rollout is expected to be completed by 2020. The post Cathay goes Gogo; 2Ku coming to wide body fleet appeared first on Wandering Aramean.

Qatar Airways acquisisce il 9,6% delle azioni di Cathay Pacific.

Senza fanfara ma con passo costante, Qatar Airways continua l’acquisizione di capitale sociale di diverse compagnie aeree. È ora la volta di Cathay Pacific, vettore di Hong Kong, del quale la compagnia qatariota ha acquisito il 9,61% del totale del… Read more ? The post Qatar Airways acquisisce il 9,6% delle azioni di Cathay Pacific. appeared first on fammi volare.

Pushing the Peninsula’s buttons

Last week I took a two-day trip on Cathay Pacific’s new A350 between San Francisco and Hong Kong. While the airline has had the plane for two years, the SFO-HKG flight is the first A350 nonstop to/from the US. (Stay tuned for my Trip...Show More Summary

Why Qatar Airways has bought 9.6% of Cathay Pacific

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : Gulliver

THIS morning’s news that Qatar Airways, a national carrier with global ambitions, has bought nearly 10% of Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong’s flag-carrier, came as a shock for financial markets. Shares in Cathay Pacific dropped in value by around 5% in the minutes after trading resumed first thing today.

Qatar, Rebuffed By American Airlines, Just Bought 9.6% of Cathay Pacific

Qatar Airways is buying 9.6% of oneworld partner Cathay Pacific for $662 million making Qatar the third largest shareholder of the Hong Kong-based airline. Swire Group owns 45% of the carrier and Air China owns 30%. In addition to stakes...Show More Summary

Qatar Airways 777 Business Class In 10 Pictures

Hello from New York! After flying from Los Angeles to Hong Kong on American, from Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh City on Cathay Pacific, and from Ho Chi Minh City to Doha on Qatar Airways, we connected to New York in Qatar Airways business...Show More Summary

Qatar Airways Buys A 9.61% Stake In Cathay Pacific

Over the past several years we've seen Qatar Airways invest in several foreign airlines. This includes buying a 20% stake in IAG (the parent company of British Airways and Iberia), a 10% stake in LATAM, and a 49% stake in Meridiana.Show More Summary

Qatar Airways buys 9.61% of Cathay Pacific

Qatar Airways has purchased about 10% of Cathay Pacific, a transaction which was announced overnight. This brings another oneworld airline in the fold of Qatar Airways, apart from Iberia, British Airways and LATAM. The post Qatar Airways buys 9.61% of Cathay Pacific appeared first on Live from a Lounge.

My Take: Qatar Airways Buys Cathay Pacific Stake

Today it was announced that Qatar Airways would buy a nearly 10% stake on Cathay Pacific. The two carriers are part of the oneWorld Alliance, and already had codeshare agreements and frequent flyer program partnerships. The move comes as Middle East Carriers decide how to manage their portfolio, and how to diversify their assets. What […]

Qatar Airways buys a chunk of Cathay Pacific.

Qatar Airways is now the proud partial owner of another airline. The carrier picked up 9.6% of Cathay Pacific over the weekend, based on "massive potential for the future," among other things. The post Qatar Airways buys a chunk of Cathay Pacific. appeared first on Wandering Aramean.

Qatar Airways says it's buying 9.6% of Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific

The deal continues a trend by the Gulf carrier to take equity stakes in partner airlines. In August, it abandoned plans for a similar effort with American.        

How to Book Cathay Flights Using Aeroplan!

You can now use Aeroplan miles for award travel on Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon (but not all routes)! The post How to Book Cathay Flights Using Aeroplan! appeared first on Don't Call the Airline!.

Qatar Airways A330 Business Class In 10 Pictures

Hello from Doha! After flying from Los Angeles on Hong Kong on American, and from Hong Kong to Ho Chi Minh City on Cathay Pacific, we connected to Doha in Qatar Airways business class (as one does). I’ve long argued that Qatar Airways...Show More Summary

Error Fare: Cathay Pacific Business Delhi – Peking (Return): 480 Euro

Cathay Pacific verkauft gerade ein wenig zu günstig die Strecke Delhi - Peking. 480 Euro Return Business ist doch zu gut...

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