Cathay Pacific Airline to Boost its Fleet with Boeing Aircraft

Cathay Pacific AirlineOne of the lowest international airfare providers, Cathay Pacific Airways recently announced that it has placed an additional order for three Boeing 777-300ER (Extended Range) and 747-8 Freighter with this famous aircraft manufacturer from the United States. This order is valued at 1 billion US dollars according to the current pricing and will boost its current fleet to 53 models of the Extended Range and 14 Freighter aircraft. Officials have confirmed that both these aircraft are exceptionally efficient for long-haul journeys as they have been manufactured to suit the purpose of ultra-long-haul trips. Apart from having superior operating economics, these have a considerable reduction in harmful emissions, thus making them more environment friendly.

Boeing 777-300 ER Armed with the Best Engine

Cathay Pacific airline, the flag carrier of Hong Kong, has been looking to renew its fleet with latest models to suit its long journeys. Operating to over 150 destinations in more than 40 countries around the world with its partnerships, the fleet of this carrier comprises Airbus A340, A330, Boeing 747 and 777 models. It is looking to strengthen its fleet as a part of its strategy to increase the number of its destinations in the coming years. In this aspect, the ER model from Boeing has the most powerful jet engine in the industry, GE90-115B. With the delivery of these models, the carrier is sure to widen its network across the globe by connecting to more destinations.

Travellers who are looking to book tickets of this carrier can consult popular travel portals for this purpose. Flights of this airline can be opted by tourists or businessmen coming to India with Bangalore, Chennai and Delhi being some of the connecting destinations. Vacationers can book flight plus hotel deals India on these websites, which take care of all arrangements.

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