Cathay Pacific Airways CEO Tony Tyler is "not getting too excited" about the carrier's September traffic figures despite positive trends in both the passenger and cargo sectors. Speaking with ATWOnline, Tyler did say that the airline, while remaining cautious, "expects an upswing in the last quarter of the year." CX and subsidiary Dragonair reported a 0.1% September traffic increase to 6.87 billion RPKs on a 9.7% capacity cut to 8.57 billion ASKs, driving load factor up 7.9 points to 80.2%. ...

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