Five of the largest U.S. airlines reported soaring quarterly profits on Thursday and said they expect similar success through the rest of this year, aided by falling fuel prices and continued strong demand for travel.
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Cathay Pacific has unveiled a "cleaner, crisper, more contemporary identity", a move the airline said to shape an even better experience for its customers.