Cathay Pacific Airways has reported an attributable profit of $337.5 million for 2013, compared to a profit of $111 million in 2012.  “We are definitely back in profit,” Cathay CEO John Slosar said in an interview. Although Slosar noted cargo operations had been “a drag” on the company’s bottom line, he said the introduction of the new Hong Kong cargo terminal—and the disposal of four freighters—would enable more efficiency in cargo operations. ...

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