A Cathay Pacific plane was wrongly painted
What we are going to write is not a joke. A Cathay Pacific plane was wrongly painted. A Boeing 777-300 (registered B-HNO) was repainted in the Cathay Pacific livery, only to make a mistake.
Yesterday, Cathay Pacific's twitter account announced a mistake made in repainting a Boeing 777-300 (registered B-HNO). Instead of Cathay Pacific, Cathay Paciic resulted. On September 19, the plane flew from Xiamen to Hong Kong in the new livery, resulting in the aircraft being wrongly painted in Xiamen.
Cathay Pacific - Cathay Paciic
Until the mistake was corrected, Cathay Pacific officials decided to cover the "IC" named, resulting in "Cathay Paci".
Oops this special livery won't last long! She's going back to the shop!
(Source: HKADB) pic.twitter.com/20SRQpKXET
- Cathay Pacific (@cathaypacific) September 19, 2018
The Boeing 777-300 aircraft (registered B-HNO) flies under the Cathay Pacific colors of the 2004. It is 14.6 years old and configured in 2 classes (42 places in Business Class and 356 places in Economy Class). Propulsion is provided by 2 RR Trent 800 engines.