Cathay Pacific A330-300. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. Cathay Pacific Group reported that annual profits nearly tripled in 2010 to HK$14.04 billion ($1.8 billion) from a HK$4.69 billion surplus in 2009 on a 33.7% rise in revenue to HK$89.52 billion. It additionally announced orders for 25 aircraft from Airbus and Boeing and inked lease agreements with ILFC for two more, additions aimed at both supporting growth and facilitating the replacement of all of its A340-300s and some of its ...

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