Dragonair is Transforming into Cathay Dragon

  • Inflight service maintains Dragon's Chinese cuisine.

    Inflight service maintains Dragon's Chinese cuisine.

  • Cathay Dragon's new livery bears the Cathay Pacific logo on a red tail.

    Cathay Dragon's new livery bears the Cathay Pacific logo on a red tail.

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In a complete image makeover, Cathay Pacific is rebranding its sister airline Dragonair as Cathay Dragon. The 31-year-old, Hong Kong–based carrier has been owned by Cathay Pacific since 2006, and though it will keep some of its signatures like Chinese cuisine, its look will match Cathay’s. Beginning with the April unveiling of its A330-300s, Cathay Dragon will change its entire fleet’s livery to mirror that of its parent airline, with tails bearing a white-on-red version of the Cathay Pacific logo.

For more information, visit Cathay Pacific.

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