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In June, Cathay Pacific signed an agreement with oneworld partner Iberia, enabling it to codeshare on selected services operated by Iberia between Madrid and five popular destinations in Spain: Alicante, Barcelona, Bilbao, Palma and Valencia. Cathay Pacific's "CX" code now also appears on Iberia's scheduled flights between Madrid and Portugal's capital, Lisbon. In July, Cathay Pacific commenced a codeshare arrangement with MIAT Mongolian Airlines ("MIAT"). The "CX" code now appears on MIAT's four-times-weekly flights between Hong Kong and Mongolia's capital Ulaanbaatar, while MIAT has placed its "OM" code on selected Cathay Pacific services between Hong Kong and Singapore, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. 

Meanwhile, Cathay Dragon has expanded its codeshare agreement with Shenzhen Airlines. Cathay Dragon's "KA" code now appears on Shenzhen Airlines' flights between Hong Kong and Yantai, Jinan and Harbin, while Shenzhen Airlines "ZH" code appears on Cathay Dragon's services between Hong Kong and Nanjing and Xi'an.

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Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management Patricia Hwang (left) and Shenzhen Airlines' General Manager of International & FFP Affairs and Cooperation Ma Yunchun announced the expansion of the codeshare service agreement between the two airlines.

More codeshare destinations
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Cathay Dragon to expand fleet
At the signing ceremony in Toulouse, France are Christopher Buckley (left), Executive Vice President Europe, Africa & Asia-Pacific, Airbus, and Rupert Hogg, Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Officer and Cathay Dragon Chairman.
Cabin reconfiguration
Cabin reconfiguration
Swire News - September 2017
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