Cathay’s Chief Sees Little Need To Create A Low-Cost Subsidiary

Cathay Pacific Airways’ top executive is dismissing calls to start a low-cost carrier (LCC) to compete in that segment. “Eventually your main brand needs to deal with it [LCC competition]. This idea that you’ve got a brand over there that will deal with it [LCCs] just does not ring true,” Cathay CEO...

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