Airline Insight: Cathay Pacific

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the world’s largest airlines and airports. Today, we feature Cathay Pacific (IATA: CX; ICAO: CPA). The carrier, majority owned by logistics corporation Swire Pacific and with a significant shareholding from Air China parent CNAC, is the de facto flag carrier of Hong Kong.

ROUTE MAP (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

DESTINATIONS (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

CAPACITY SPLIT BETWEEN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

LARGEST NETWORK POINT BY CAPACITY (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

INTERNATIONAL MARKET CAPACITY BREAKDOWN BY COUNTRY (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

BUSIEST INTERNATIONAL MARKETS BY CAPACITY (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

AVERAGE FLIGHT LENGTH (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

FLEET LISTING  (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

AVERAGE FLEET AGE (w/c 19-Feb-2018)

ANNUAL CAPACITY GROWTH (2012-2017)

ANNUAL TRAFFIC GROWTH (2008 – 2017)

MONTHLY TRAFFIC TRENDS AND SEASONALITY

GROUP SHARE PRICE PERFORMANCE (2015 – 2018)

The Cathay Pacific Group also includes subsidiary Cathay Dragon (formerly known as Dragonair) which operates as a regional branch of the airline serving cities across Asia. Cathay Pacific Group also has shareholdings in Air Hong Kong (60% JV, since 2002), Air China (18.13%, since 2006) and Air China Cargo (49% JV, since 2011).

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