Hong Kong-based Dragonair is being renamed Cathay Dragon in an effort to align itself more closely with parent Cathay Pacific. Its aircraft will be repainted with a livery design similar to Cathay Pacific’s. However, the two airlines will continue to be operated separately under their own licenses. Dragonair has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Cathay since 2006, and operates a fleet of 42 Airbus A330 and A320-family aircraft. The first aircraft to be rebranded will be an A330, ...

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