Cathay Pacific A350-900. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus.   Cathay Pacific Airways posted net income of HK$6.84 billion ($881 million) in the 2010 first half, a more than eightfold increase over a HK$812 million profit in the year-ago period, an earnings jump that was helped by a 33.7% hike in revenue to HK$41.33 billion. CX additionally announced yesterday that it signed a letter of intent with Airbus covering the purchase of 30 A350-900s. The airline said the Rolls Royce ...

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