Cathay Pacific has ordered for 21 777-9X airplanes, as part of its future long-haul fleet strategy. The order is valued at more than $7 billion at current list prices. “The 777-9X promises us improved payload range capability and reduced operating costs, in addition to a significant reduction in environmental emissions,” said John Slosar, chief executive of Cathay Pacific Airways. “We think it will be an ideal fit for long-haul destinations in North America and Europe, in particular those routes where we carry high volumes of passengers and cargo each day. Cathay Pacific is committed to modernizing its fleet to provide
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