Cathay Pacific Airways COO Tony Tyler said the Hong Kong airline will focus its mainland China activities on just three cities, Beijing and Xiamen (currently served), and Shanghai with three daily flights starting as early as this year. "Revenues in China will be growing very quickly and the market is getting more important," Tyler said. But other destinations, like Chengdu, will be better served by Dragonair, in which CX holds 19.9%. Future route cooperation with partners such as regional ...

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