It has been something of a rough ride for senior management at Cathay Pacific Airways the past two or three years as the Hong Kong carrier has worked against a tide of high fuel prices, stagnation in the cargo market and increasing low-cost carrier competition. But almost in the face of the problems, CEO John Slosar and COO Ivan Chu are bullish about where the carrier and its wholly owned regional subsidiary Dragonair stand in the marketplace, optimistic for the future and what ...

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