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CathayPacific Airways brief introduction

i would like to know about CathayPacific Airways brief introduction with the point below:

ownership and country of origin

a brief history of the company

its size in terms of employment and annual turnover

its key product

its key market

any other improtant, distinctive information about the company

these 6 points.

thank you very much!!!

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    HISTORY and FOUNDER

    American Roy C Farrell and Australian Sydney H de Kantzow founded Cathay Pacific Airways in Hong Kong on 24 September, 1946. Initially based in Shanghai, the two men eventually moved to Hong Kong and founded Cathay Pacific Airways.

    OWNERSHIP

    Member of the Swire Group, United Kingdom

    SIZE

    CX HK local staff = 18,600

    CX worldwide staff > 25,000

    TURNOVER

    Net Turnover (2006) HK$50,788M

    Profit before tax HK$5,054M

    Profit after tax HK$4,272M

    Fact Sheet

    KEY PRODUCT

    Aviation and airline passenger services (CX)

    Air cargo services (CX Cargo)

    Holiday and travel services (CX Holiday)

    and subsidiaries

    DragonAir

    Airline Catering

    Airport Services

    Laundry Services

    etc....

    KEY MARKET

    Hong Kong home-based, Hong Kong domainance and Hong Kong as the Asia hub, Asia-Pacific region and Pan-Pacific region

    OTHER INFO

    TRAVEL FIGURES

    AWARDS & HONOURS

    Reference : 2006 Annual Report and www.cathaypacific.com

    ### others pls DO NOT copy my reply

    2007-10-12 20:08:29 補充:

    thanks, you are welcome.

    most important is to LEARN how to find info yourself

    Source(s): cathaypacific.com
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