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Dragonair, Cathay Pacific operate code-sharing flights on mainland
Last Updated(Beijing Time):2006-12-08 17:08
Dragonair and Cathay Pacific Airlines will start operating code-sharing flights this month in Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen.

The code-sharing arrangement will be more flexible and convenient for passengers, who will benefit from a wider range of connections and can book online.

Dragonair became a member of the Cathay group in September.

Based in Hong Kong, Dragonair owns 28 passenger aircraft and 7 cargo planes. Its network covers 31 cities in the Asia-Pacific region, including 23 cities on the Chinese mainland. As a member of the Cathay group, Dragonair can offer more destinations.

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