Cathay Pacific Airways announced more changes to its network strategy designed to reduce fuel expenses and focus on demand. It will cut 10 flights to North America, add eight weekly services to Australia and increase capacity on 14 flights to Europe. Last month it added four weekly flights to Dubai and Bahrain and cut frequencies to Toronto and Vancouver (ATWOnline, July 14). CEO Tony Tyler said, "We have to maximize our earnings during this difficult period which is why we are moving our ...

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