Cathay Pacific eyes more flights Down Under

08/9/2013 | Australian Business Traveller

Upon a forecast of travel surging between Australia and Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific will begin talking with the Australian government to add more flights. The carrier already is maxed out on the number of flights it can offer in the country. "At the end of the day the governments should look after the public interest, and expansion will provide more public interest. If there is more capacity, we will take advantage of that," said Ivan Chu, the company's chief operating officer.

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