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Cathay Pacific is an airline based in Hong Kong. It offers passenger and cargo services globally. The company operates flights to numerous destinations across Asia, Europe, North America, and Oceania. Cathay Pacific is owned by Swire Pacific Limited.

Meaning and history

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Cathay Pacific, founded in 1946 by American Roy C. Farrell and Australian Sydney H. de Kantzow, is a renowned airline based in Hong Kong. Over the years, the company has achieved significant milestones. It expanded its operations globally, offering flights to over 190 destinations and establishing a strong reputation for its premium services. Cathay Pacific has received numerous accolades for its customer service and operational excellence. Currently, the company remains a major player in the aviation industry, continually striving to provide exceptional travel experiences to its passengers while adapting to the ever-changing market demands.

What is Cathay Pacific?
Cathay Pacific is an international airline based in Hong Kong, providing passenger and cargo services to over 190 destinations worldwide. It is known for its high-quality service, extensive route network, and strong presence in the Asia-Pacific region.

1946 – 1959

Cathay Pacific Logo 1946

1959 – 1962

Cathay Pacific Logo 1959

1962 – 1969

Cathay Pacific Logo 1962

1969 – 1983

Cathay Pacific Logo 1969

One of the earliest logos featured an aircraft in white. The body of the aircraft was replaced by a flag design. The name of the company in maroon could be seen to the left. The lettering “Hong Kong’s discovery airline” could be seen above, while the text “The Swire Group” was placed below.

1983 – 1994

Cathay Pacific Logo 1983

The maroon was replaced by red, while the aircraft was replaced by a part of an aircraft.

1994 – 2014

Cathay Pacific Logo 1994

A bird in flight appeared in the emblem, while the words “Cathay Pacific” now featured a lighter type. The design was developed by Landor Associates.

2014 – 2023

Cathay Pacific Logo 2014

The box behind the flying bird disappeared.

2023 – now

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