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Cathay Pacific's wholly owned sister airline, Dragonair, is to be rebranded as Cathay Dragon; the award-winning regional carrier will remain a separate airline from Cathay Pacific, operating under its own license. The rebranding capitalises on Cathay Pacific's high international brand recognition, while leveraging on Dragonair's unique connectivity into Mainland China – one of the world's fastest-growing business and leisure travel markets. The rebranding includes the creation of a new livery for Cathay Dragon that features a Cathay Pacific-style brushwing logo. On 5th April, the new livery took to the skies for the first time on flight KA900 from Hong Kong to Beijing, marking the beginning of its progressive introduction to the rest of the airline's fleet.


Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Ivan Chu (third from left) and Dragonair Chief Executive Officer Algernon Yau unveil the new Cathay Dragon livery.


Watch Ivan Chu, Chief Executive of Cathay Pacific and Chairman of Dragonair, and Algernon Yau, Chief Executive Officer of Dragonair, share their thoughts on how the Dragonair rebrand will create great opportunities for the future.

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