Cathay Pacific misspells own name in plane’s new paint job

Cathay Pacific recently committed a blunder that had them poking fun at themselves over the absurdity of it all. One of its planes, a Boeing 777-367, was fresh from its paint job when it was discovered that it was missing the letter “F” from its name on the side of the plane. Photos of the spelling error were first spotted on the Hong Kong Aviation Discussion Board (HKADB) on Facebook before making the rounds on social media last week, prompting Cathay Pacific— or should we say Cathay Paciic?— to address the matter lightheartedly. “Oops this special livery won’t last long!” Cathay Pacific tweeted on Sept. 18. “She’s going back to the shop!” https://twitter.com/cathaypaci…

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