When one of its planes was painted with a huge typo in its name, Cathay Pacific did not try to hide the mistake.
The airline shared pictures of the plane in question on Twitter, adding: 'Oops this special livery won't last long!
The images, which were first circulated among a group of Hong Kong aviation enthusiasts, show one of the airline's new planes on the ground at Hong Kong's airport with the words "Cathay Paciic" written on the side.
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"Oops ... She's going back to the shop!" a company social media staffer joked on Twitter.
"I guess the "F" isn't working on someone's keyboard..." one person wrote, while another said, "Leave it as-is and put a red squiggle underneath".
The company's social media team saw the amusing side of the error, tweeting that the plane was being sent back to be repainted.
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An engineer for Haeco, a Cathay Pacific subsidiary, told the South China Morning Post: "The spacing is too on-point for a mishap".
But if it is a genuine error many travellers are glad the airline "can have a laugh about this in public". "Air travel needs to lighten up".
A Cathay Pacific Boeing suffered an oopsie with its livery.
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