Cathay Pacific back to business-as-usual soon as aircraft return
Cathay Pacific will be operating all its aircraft again by the end of next year, ...
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Comment on this article
Gert HofhuisJuly 09, 2013 at 6:31 pm
A monopoly under a different name – just wondering? Please explain how independent pricing, no exchange of market intelligence or no collusion on rates will be maintained! To my knowledge, Maersk Line and MSC have always been arch foes, so I wait with bated breath to see how this deal will ever work.