HONG KONG: Cathay Pacific gets 777- 300ER in oneworld livery

Boeing delivered a 777-300ER (Extended Range) to Singapore-based leasing company BOC Aviation and its customer, Cathay Pacific Airways painted in a special oneworld livery to highlight the commitment of Cathay Pacific, as a member airline, to the alliance’s 10th anniversary. “The 777 has been a valuable asset for Cathay Pacific’s long-haul services, allowing us to […]


Boeing delivered a 777-300ER (Extended Range) to Singapore-based leasing company BOC Aviation and its customer, Cathay Pacific Airways painted in a special oneworld livery to highlight the commitment of Cathay Pacific, as a member airline, to the alliance’s 10th anniversary.

“The 777 has been a valuable asset for Cathay Pacific’s long-haul services, allowing us to maximize our operations in the most economic and efficient manner,” said Tony Tyler, chief executive, Cathay Pacific Airways.

The airplane is the 12th Boeing 777- 300ER for Cathay Pacific and brings the airline’s 777 fleet to 29 airplanes, which includes 12 777-300s and five 777-200s.

The airline also operates 22 Boeing 747- 400 passenger airplanes.

The oneworld alliance has 11 member airlines and 21 affiliate airlines, serving 134 countries and 673 destinations, with 8,400 daily departures.