• Cathay Pacific mistakenly sold insanely cheap first-class seats . . . again

    6 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    This is the second blunder of this kind the airline made this year.
    If you were looking for tickets from Portugal to Hong Kong yesterday, there's a chance you saw an insanely good deal from Cathay Pacific Airlines. For a short while, the company was selling first-class tickets-worth around $16,000-for only $1,512, according to the South China Morning Post. It seems people bought the tickets, too.
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  • Apple buys $150 million worth of plane tickets a year from United

    6 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    Including 50 business class seats every single day from San Francisco to Shanghai.
    United Airlines has revealed that Apple is by far its largest corporate client. We're just not sure if they meant to do it publicly. On Friday, airline operations, management, and security company LAflyer posted a photo to Twitter of a United Airlines banner from an unknown location-probably an internal company event or trade show-that boasted of the company's biggest corporate clients.
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  • Cathay Pacific accidentally sold first class seats worth $16,000 at a 90% discount for the second time in 2 weeks

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

    6 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Cathay Pacific Airways isn't having the best start to 2019.
    In its second blunder of the year, the airline sold first class tickets from Hong Kong to Portugal on Sunday for $1,512 instead of $16,000.
    It is apparently honouring the cheap prices.
    The news comes after the airline accidentally sold business and first class tickets for $675 on New Year's Day.
    On New Year's Day, Cathay Pacific Airways briefly sold business and first class tickets at a fraction of their retail price due to a ticketing error, and it honoured the cheap prices.
    Now, the airline has had its second blunder this month...
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