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Cathay Pacific Airways

Last update: September 5, 2019

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Recent executive movements at Cathay Pacific Airways

Patrick Healy will join the company as Chairman of the Board on Nov. 6, 2019  (news posted on September 5 2019).
John Slosar, Executive Chairman of the Board, will leave the company on Nov. 6, 2019  (news posted on September 5 2019).
Augustus Tang who was Chief Executive Officer, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering, becomes Chief Executive Officer  (news posted on August 19 2019).

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Cathay Pacific Airways has 7 subsidiaries including Air Hong Kong, Asia Miles and Cathay Dragon. Cathay Pacific Airways has 590 competitors including American Airlines (United States (USA)), Southwest Airlines (United States (USA)) and Malaysia Airlines (Malaysia). Cathay Pacific Airways is owned by Swire Group.

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