Cathay has emerged as the most visible corporate victim of the demonstrations, which have rocked Hong Kong.

Cathay Pacific replaced its chief executive on Friday after Beijing moved to pull Hong Kong businesses into line over anti-government protests that ha(...)

Police clash with anti-government protesters at the airport in Hong Kong, China. Photograph: Thomas Peter/Reuters

Air traffic in Hong Kong was grounded by protests for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, as the city’s chief executive Carrie Lam choked up at a p(...)

Cathay Pacific has again been caught out by rogue ticket priceson its website. Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Less than two weeks after saying it had a ticketing error that gave away premium seats at huge discounts, Cathay Pacific has done it again. This time(...)

“We do not want to go back on our promise to our customers,” Cathay said on its Twitter account. Photograph: Getty Images

Cathay Pacific Airways made a mistake selling first- and business-class tickets at a steep discount and has decided to allow the lucky few who made th(...)

Cathay Pacific last year announced direct flights between Dublin and Hong Kong.

Cathay Pacific Airways is finally seeing some respite from its earnings woes. Asia’s biggest international carrier reported a surprise profit in the (...)

 Lufthansa has been awarded the only five-star rating in Europe by aviation consulting specialist Skytrax. Photograph:  Patrik Stollarz/AFP/Getty Images

Lufthansa Miles & More award miles to be based on price Lufthansa is changing how the frequent flyer programmes Miles & More award miles are (...)

Qatar Airways is to purchase a 9.6 per cent stake in Cathay Pacific Airways for HK$5.16 billion (€570 million). Photograph: Bobby Yip/Reuters

Qatar Airways, spurned by American Airlines and isolated in the Persian Gulf, snapped up 9.6 per cent of Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways in a s(...)

Qantas Airways chief executive Alan Joyce. The airline announced its first dividend since 2009 and paid bonuses to 25,000 workers. Photograph: Brendon Thorne/Bloomberg

Qantas Airways announced its first dividend since 2009 and handed bonuses to 25,000 workers as chief executive Alan Joyce’s turnaround program deliver(...)