Cathay Pacific Airways and its subsidiary Dragonair have recorded a 5.1% improvement in CO2 efficiency in relation to traffic volume carried (revenue tone-kilometer) for 2010 bringing the overall improvement to 23.4% since 1998. One of the big contributors has been the 777-300ER, which is 26% more efficient than the 747-400 it has been replacing. The figures are contained in the airline’s Sustainable Development Report 2010 released this month. Other savings include ...

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