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Cathay Dragon (also known as Dragonair) is an airline headquartered in Hong Kong, China. It is a subsidiary of Hong Knong’s national airline, Cathay Pacific. The airline was formerly named as Dragonair and now operates as Cathay Dragon. Cathay Dragon flies to many destinations including Amsterdam, Beijing, Changsha, Chengdu, Dalian, Da Nang, Dhaka, Denpasar, Dubai, Fukuoka, Fuzhou, Guilin, Hanoi, Hangzhou, Kunming, Nanjing, Ningbo, Osaka, Xiamen, Xiana and Zhengzhou. Cathay Dragon’s main hub airport is Hong Kong International Airport and is a member of the Oneworld airline alliance. The airline has codeshare agreements with Cathay Pacific, Air China, Malaysia Airlines, Royal Brunei Airlines, S7 Airlines and Shenzhen Airlines.
Cathay Dragon is an affiliate member of Oneworld, is a Hong-Kong based international airline and a member of the Cathay Pacific Group. Established in 1985, the airline now operates a fleet of 19 A330s, A321s, A320s and the airlines’s network covers 53 destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, including 23 in Mainland China.
Cathay Dragon is an all-Airbus operator, with a current fleet of 23 A320 Family aircraft and 24 widebody A330-300s. In addition, Cathay Pacific operates 37 A330-300s, making the Group the largest A330 operator in the Asia-Pacific region. Cathay Pacific also operates the all-new long-haul A350 XWB, with 18 A350-900s already in service. The carrier has another 30 A350 XWBs on order for future delivery, including the A350-900 and larger A350-1000.
Dragonair operates about 400 flights a week to the Mainland, offering quality services to passengers around the region.