Cathay Pacific

This Hong Kong-based company began dedicated cargo operations in 1981 and currently serves 44 destinations globally. In 2013, the company began 20-year concession to operate an air cargo terminal at the Hong Kong International Airport, which serves as the company's main hub. 

23 Mar 2017
Freight volumes have surged 23 percent in the first two months of 2017.
23 Mar 2017
BCOs are looking to air freight as an alternative to shipping cargo from North Europe to Asia as ocean space remains tight.
17 Mar 2017
The first quarter for Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific is looking good, at least from a cargo perspective, following strong air freight growth in January and February.
15 Mar 2017
Fierce competition and overcapacity in 2016 led to Cathay Pacific recording its worst annual result in eight years.
24 Jan 2017
Cathay Pacific has relocated its cargo-handling operations in Frankfurt to Lufthansa Cargo’s terminal at Europe’s biggest air freight hub.
16 Nov 2016
Cargo volumes have been robust out of Asia in the last two months, with carriers and airports reporting decent increases.
17 Aug 2016
Cathay Pacific sees net profit falling 82 percent in fragile operating environment.
12 May 2016
Lufthansa Cargo and Cathay Pacific have signed a partnership to operate a joint network.
09 Mar 2016
Cathay Pacific’s 90 percent increase in 2015 net profit had no help from its cargo division, which after a solid first quarter saw demand for air freight largely fade away for the rest of the year.
17 Feb 2016
Capacity cuts and a pre-Chinese New Year demand for air cargo on key routes barely managed to keep Cathay Pacific’s January volumes in positive territory.
18 Jan 2016
Cathay Pacific and sister carrier Dragonair handled just short of 1.8 million tons of air cargo in 2015, recording growth of 4.3 percent despite a difficult year for the air freight industry as it struggled to balance capacity supply and demand.
16 Dec 2015
A European Union court today overturned 790 million euros ($861 million) in fines against 11 airlines, including Air France-KLM and British Airways, for participating in a global cartel that fixed air freight rates.