Cathay Pacific 777-300ER. Photo: Courtesy, Boeing. Cathay Pacific Airways CEO John Slosar told ATW in Sydney that the airline will examine the viability of very large aircraft for its network over the next two years. He said the airline’s prime focus was on frequency but conceded that an increased capacity aircraft, above the Boeing 777-300ER, might be needed on some routes. "Sometime in the next two years we will have a good look at the large aircraft, the 747-8I and ...

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