|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||13th October 2004|
Cathay Pacific Airways has once again been recognised for its service excellence, being voted Best North Asian Airline and Best Airline Business Class by TTG Asia and TTG China readers in this year's TTG Asia Travel Awards.
The TTG Asia Travel Awards have recognised the region's travel trade leaders since 1989. "Winners have the honour of knowing they have the recognition and respect of their colleagues and members of the travel trade in the Asia-Pacific," says the magazine. They are awarded purely on the basis of votes cast by TTG Asia and TTG China magazine readers.
Cathay Pacific Director Sales and Marketing James Barrington said: "We are honored that industry partners in the region have acknowledged the quality of our product and service and our continued efforts to seek improvement. We will continue to work hard to deliver an excellent product and value to our customers."
Cathay Pacific Airways offers scheduled passenger and cargo services to 90 destinations in 30 countries and territories around the world. The network extends from Southeast Asia to Europe, North America, Africa, the Middle East, New Zealand and Australia. With recent enhancements to Cathay Pacific's in-flight service and entertainment system, StudioCX, the airline's passengers can enjoy more than 350 hours of audio and video entertainment.
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