Cathay Dragon and Cathay Pacific websites to merge

Customers of both airlines will benefit from an enhanced online booking and travel management experience at


18 April 2017 – The Cathay Dragon website has merged with the Cathay Pacific website to provide customers of both airlines with a more seamless online experience.


As of 29 March 2017, customers can enjoy the convenience of booking flights from all departure points across the airlines’ combined network through a single shared website.


Along with this, customers will be able to manage bookings and check in online, and enjoy on-the-go access to flight timetables, flight status and baggage information. Passengers will also be able to choose from a range of in-flight entertainment options for both airlines, which will be available through the online booking platform.
Country manager for Cathay Pacific Southern Africa and Indian Ocean, Rakesh Raicar, said “The website merger is the latest development in Cathay Dragon’s re-branding process, which officially commenced in November 2016, aligning and strengthening the award-winning Cathay Dragon airline to the well-established Cathay Pacific brand.”


Designed to provide customers with a more seamless travel experience, the re-branding has the added benefit of introducing both airlines to a wider audience.


The business of connecting customers through each other’s networks has been an overwhelming success for Cathay Dragon and Cathay Pacific, with millions of passengers choosing to fly on both airlines each year. Being more closely aligned, the airlines are better equipped to deliver on their brand promise of a Life Well Travelled, ensuring that all customers enjoy a consistently premium experience at every stage of their journey.


Customers who try to access or from 29 March 2017 onwards will be automatically redirected to



About Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific Airways is a Hong Kong-based airline offering scheduled passenger and cargo services to more than 180 destinations in Asia, North America, Australia, Europe and Africa, using a fleet of 140 wide-body aircraft. The airline offers exceptional service and world-beating products on the ground and in the air – including its multiple-award-winning long-haul Business Class. Cathay Pacific has made substantial investments to develop Hong Kong as one of the world’s leading global transportation hubs. Cathay Pacific was named the safest airline in the world in 2015, 2016 and 2017 by the Jet Airline Crash Data Evaluation Centre.



Sharon Chen, Assistant Manager – Marketing, Cathay Pacific, South Africa, 011-064-1123



Roxanne Marais, Account Director, Tribeca Public Relations (on behalf of Cathay Pacific), 010 005 1030



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