Cathay Pacific Airways said it will park six passenger aircraft despite its better-than-expected half-year result announced last week. Thanks to fuel hedge gains and cost/capacity cuts, it posted an HK$812 million ($104.8 million) profit for the six months ended June 30 (ATWOnline, Aug. 6). But Chairman Christopher Pratt told media in Hong Kong yesterday that CX does not see "signs of any pickup in business," Bloomberg reported. The parked aircraft will comprise four A340-300s and two ...

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