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The new livery showcased on one of Cathay Pacific’s Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. 


Cathay Pacific has unveiled the latest update to its aircraft livery. Key changes include the incorporation of an updated “brushwing” logo, a simplified colour palette, and more prominent display of the airline’s name and brushwing. The new Airbus A350 series will be the first aircraft in the fleet to launch with the new livery and the airline's existing fleet will be repainted as each aircraft goes through its scheduled maintenance programme over the next five years, with some 150 aircraft getting the new look. The new livery is a continuation of the work begun in 2014 to refresh Cathay Pacific’s brand identity.


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