Cathay Pacific Airways is starting to build up its Airbus A350-900 fleet, as it prepares for the aircraft’s long-haul debut later this year. The carrier has taken delivery of its second A350, which is scheduled to enter service Wednesday. This follows the arrival of the first aircraft in May. Cathay will continue to fly both aircraft, which are leased from AerCap, on short-haul international flights, until more A350s arrive later in the third quarter of this year. Then, the A350s will ...

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