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Cathay Pacific started the year with two blunders.

Cathay Pacific accidentally sold first class seats worth $16,000 at a 90% discount for the second time in 2 weeks

In its second blunder of the year, the airline sold first class tickets from Hong Kong to Portugal for $1,512 instead of $16,000.
A Cathay Pacific Airways Airbus A350-900.

Cathay Pacific accidentally sold $16,000 first and business class flights for $675, and it’s honoring the discount fares

Cathay Pacific Airways just gave potentially thousands of travelers a very auspicious start to 2019 indeed.
A Qantas Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.

The 21 safest airlines in the world

Australia's Qantas was named the safest airline in the world by the editors of AirlineRatings.com. Twenty other airlines also made the list.

The 10 best airlines in the world for 2019

AirlinesRatings.com has award Singapore Airlines the title of the airline in the world. It ends Air New Zealand's 5-year run atop the rankings.

Cathay Pacific’s trainee pilots appeal against lower pay package, but airline says no returning to more generous earlier terms

Cathay Pacific Airways has rejected a plea by its cadet pilots to reverse a decision to shrink pay and terms for newly qualified aircrew.
Air France offers Givenchy pajamas and amenity kits to its La Première customers.

These are some of the most expensive items you get when you fly first class

First class flying usually includes entertainment systems and gourmet meals. In addition to these services, many first-class passengers get designer amenity kits and luxurious bedding — which they sometimes keep. See some of the most expensive products you get in first class

Flight attendants have forced an airline to change a 70-year-old uniform rule they said made working difficult

Thousands of Cathay Pacific flight attendants will finally be able to wear pants at work.

The 10 most luxurious first-class plane cabins in the world

Being on a plane can be brutal — especially when traveling internationally — but flying first class can make traveling a breeze.