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    1. December 7, 2014

      UK provincial airports go over head of London

      The first regular direct flight from the UK to China outside London takes off on Monday, as Cathay Pacific launches its...

    2. August 17, 2014

      China’s state-owned airlines hit turbulence

      China’s state-owned airlines have had a turbulent year and are warning of first-half earnings to match when they report...

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    1. August 13, 2014

      Cathay profits fall short in face of competition

      Tougher competition has put pressure on Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific, with first-half profit failing to match...

    2. July 2, 2014

      China Eastern Airlines launches low-cost subsidiary

      China Eastern Airlines has become the first of the country’s big three carriers to launch a budget airline, in a move that...

    3. April 30, 2014

      WH Group’s aborted HK IPO leaves dozens of banks empty-handed

      Banks hired to run WH Group’s aborted Hong Kong flotation have earned such low fees that only travel companies like Cathay...

    4. April 10, 2014

      Direct flights from Manchester to Hong Kong to start this year

      The first direct scheduled UK flights to China from outside London will start from Manchester airport in December as...

    5. FT Alphaville

      March 12, 2014

      The (early) Lunch Wrap

      Good morning New York, FT ALPHAVILLE David looks at the possibly good, possibly bad, but definitely a threat, online money...

    6. March 12, 2014

      Passenger revenue fuels Cathay Pacific profit

      Cathay Pacific profits soared last year as Hong Kong’s flag-carrier gained from stronger passenger revenues and measures to...

    7. March 8, 2014

      Malaysia Airlines battles against low-cost carriers

      State-controlled Malaysia Airlines is one of Asia’s oldest air carriers and, like its rivals Cathay Pacific, Singapore...

    8. February 24, 2014

      Cathay Pacific: excess baggage

      Cathay Pacific carries the beautiful and the bulky. First-class seats and moving boxes around are both crucial to its...

    9. November 12, 2013

      Asia’s budget airlines hit turbulence

      “The People of India deserve to fly. Everyone should be able to fly,” Tony Fernandes, owner of AirAsia, tweeted recently....

    10. October 8, 2013

      Singapore Girl is facing a bumpy ride

      Singapore Girl is flying into turbulence. For years the advertising icon of Singapore Airlines – a stewardess dressed in a...

    11. September 23, 2013

      Hong Kong escapes worst of Typhoon Usagi

      A clean-up operation was under way in southern China on Monday after Typhoon Usagi made landfall in Guangdong, the...

    12. September 22, 2013

      Hong Kong braced for biggest storm in decades

      Typhoon Usagi pummelled Hong Kong with torrential rain and ferocious winds on Sunday evening, as the Chinese territory...

    13. September 15, 2013

      Cathay hits at Qantas and China Eastern

      Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong’s flag carrier, has become embroiled in an increasingly public dogfight with Qantas Airways and...

    14. August 15, 2013

      Swire Pacific: Hong Kong conglomerates

      Mixing Campbell’s soup, Coca-Cola and Dulux paint sounds like a bungled homage to Andy Warhol, or simply a very sticky mess....

    15. June 24, 2013

      Who will be the next LME chief?

      The metals industry descends on Hong Kong this week for “LME Week Asia” – the first time since the acquisition of the London...

    16. May 16, 2013

      Virgin Atlantic chief vows return to profit

      Craig Kreeger, Virgin Atlantic’s new chief executive, on Thursday pledged to return Sir Richard Branson’s airline to profit...

    17. beyondbrics

      April 8, 2013

      Yum Brands in China: flu shot?

      Airlines stocks were the first to feel pangs of fever when bird flu raised its ugly head again in China earlier this month....

    18. beyondbrics

      April 5, 2013

      Asian airlines & bird flu: don't panic

      embed1 In the bird flu pandemic of a decade ago, airline stocks plunged by up to 30 per cent as travellers scrapped their...

    19. March 15, 2013

      Letter from Lex – billions and billions

      Think you’ve got a tough job? Well at least you don’t have responsibility for over a billion people like China’s new...

    20. March 13, 2013

      Cathay Pacific: fasten your seat belts

      Asia’s flag carriers have found different ways of coping with the threat from the growing fleet of low-cost rivals. Some,...

    21. beyondbrics

      March 13, 2013

      New York headlines

      * New Drugs Tempt Lupin to Spend Up to $1 Billion * Shanghai Ups Checks on River After Dead Pigs Double to 6,000 * Cathay...

    22. March 13, 2013

      Cathay Pacific full-year profit drops 83%

      Cathay Pacific Airways, the Hong Kong-based airline, said its net profit dropped 83 per cent in 2012 as cargo shipments from...

    23. beyondbrics

      March 10, 2013

      The week ahead, March 11 - 15

      A look at the week ahead from beyondbrics, featuring: a flurry of EM central bank meetings; results from Sasol, China Mobile...

    24. February 26, 2013

      Swire bids for French fashion brands

      Swire, the Asian conglomerate that owns the Cathay Pacific airline, is bidding for the French fashion brands Sandro and Maje...

    25. February 21, 2013

      Qantas: cruising altitude

      Australia’s iconic airline has finally seized the controls after five years of virtual free fall. Shares in Qantas have...

    26. February 8, 2013

      Snakes and ladders for China investors

      China has been a remarkable growth story and over the long term is expected to maintain its momentum. However, the advent of...

    27. January 4, 2013

      Planes, trains and magazines

      For the past few days I’ve been engaged in what has become an annual new year exercise: delivering a list of ideas to...

    28. December 30, 2012

      A banker changes the flight path

      When he was asked by the government to turn round Garuda Indonesia, the troubled national airline of southeast Asia’s...

    29. November 11, 2012

      Travel and tourism: Groundbreaking hotels cater for an internet-savvy generation

      From the Peninsula’s fabled Rolls-Royce transfers from the airport to the Mandarin Oriental’s almost over-attentive service,...

    30. October 29, 2012

      Hurricane Sandy disrupts eastern travels

      Few transport links in the areas hit by hurricane Sandy look likely to start operating before Tuesday afternoon at the...

    31. October 28, 2012

      Fear of Sandy shuts markets and flights

      The potential economic impact of the approach of hurricane Sandy was becoming more of a reality on Sunday night as...

    32. October 3, 2012

      Nikkei falls for fourth straight session

      Asian stocks slipped on Wednesday as Japan’s Nikkei index fell for a fourth consecutive session. Overall losses on regional...

    33. September 10, 2012

      Japan Airlines – budget offering

      There are always trade-offs when attempting to get buyers and sellers to a single value. But the pricing of Japan Airlines’...

    34. September 6, 2012

      Qantas has high hopes for Emirates tie-up

      Qantas is “sleeping with the enemy” by striking a far-reaching partnership with Emirates Airline, quipped one senior figure...

    35. beyondbrics

      September 5, 2012

      Cathay Pacific does its bit for sharks

      Marine life activists are thrilled to hear that Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific, the world’s biggest international air cargo...

    36. August 30, 2012

      JAL to take off with $8.4bn share sale

      Japan Airlines has set a tight pricing range for its initial public offering, in an indication of strong demand among...

    37. August 15, 2012

      Airbus faces loss of $3.8bn order

      Airbus faces the loss of an order for 10 A380 aircraft with a list price of $3.8bn after Hong Kong Airlines cancelled its...

    38. August 8, 2012

      Cathay Pacific – dangerous cargo

      Isn’t Asia supposed to be the one sunny bit in the otherwise cloudy outlook for airlines? Weathermen, as usual, are...

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