Boeing Delivers Cathay Pacific Airways 777-300ER in Oneworld Livery
Source: Boeing 20/10/2009
Boeing (NYSE: BA) delivered a 777-300ER (Extended Range) to Singapore-based leasing company BOC Aviation and its customer, Cathay Pacific Airways, on Saturday. The airplane is painted in a special oneworld livery to highlight the commitment of Cathay Pacific, as a member airline, to the alliance’s 10th anniversary.
“The 777 has been a valuable asset for Cathay Pacific’s long-haul services, allowing us to maximize our operations in the most economic and efficient manner,” said Tony Tyler, chief executive, Cathay Pacific Airways.
“It is a fitting tribute to the success of the program that industry leaders such as BOC Aviation and Cathay Pacific are taking delivery of our 777-300ER,” said Rob Laird, vice president of Sales for China, East Asia and Southeast Asia, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “The 777 continues to offer an unbeatable combination of efficiency, economics and passenger comfort that places it at the forefront of modern commercial aviation.”