Overview of 2011

The year 2011 was challenging. The core business of the Cathay Pacific Group was materially affected by instability and uncertainty in the world’s major economies, and we felt the impact of natural disasters in New Zealand, Japan and Thailand. Despite this, the Group reported an attributable profit of HK$5.5 billion in 2011, which despite representing a 60.8% drop from the exceptional 2010 results, is our third highest recorded over the last 10 years.

Inspite of the current economic weakness, our long-term strategy remains unchanged, namely the continued expansion of our network and fleet, continued investment in products and services and continued development of Hong Kong as one of the world’s leading international aviation hubs.

We have also announced the purchase of new passenger aircraft, with the intent of  operating one of the youngest, most fuel-efficient widebody passenger fleets in the world by 2019.

Below are some of our financial, operational, environmental and social highlights from 2011:

Financial and Operational
Social
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