Cathay freighter showcases new livery

Cathay Pacific has revealed its first freighter showcasing the airline’s brand new livery.
The freshly painted freighter, a Boeing 747-400ERF (Extended Range Freighter) arrived in Hong Kong from the HAECO facility in Xiamen.
The new livery comprises three key design elements: the incorporation of the updated and streamlined brushwing; a simplification of the colour palette to Cathay Pacific green, grey, and white; and a more prominent display of the Cathay Pacific wordmark and brushwing. 
Cathay Pacific general manager cargo sales & marketing Mark Sutch said: “We are delighted that a freighter was chosen as the second in-service aircraft to get the new Cathay Pacific livery.
"We have one of the world’s most comprehensive international cargo networks and it will be pleasing to see our Boeing 747-400ERF showcasing the airline’s new livery around the world.”

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