Cathay Pacific's Spelling Mistake: The Airline That Gives no Fs

No Fs given Cathay shared the typo on Twitter

No Fs given Cathay shared the typo on Twitter

"No one gives a F anymore, not even the painters!".

Travellers clocked the spelling error at Hong Kong International Airport and notified the airline, which said it would be giving the plane a hasty paint job.

Hong Kong-based global airline Cathay Pacific has announced the firm would expand its relationship with Salesforce, by deploying Salesforce Marketing Cloud to accelerate digital transformation, generate new revenue streams and improve customer experiences with personalised engagements.

The two airlines fly more than 100 services a week between Hong Kong and Australia, with the new coded flights starting October 28.

Cathay Pacific deepens its digital transformation by deploying Salesforce Marketing Cloud to unify sales, service and marketing, in order to deliver connected, personalized customer experiences across any channel, including email, social, digital advertising and more. "She's going back to the shop!" the tweet read.

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Cathay Pacific wrote: "Oops this special livery won't last long!

We have stencils. Should be a blank gap in between letters if it was a real mistake I think", the engineer told the South China Morning Post.

The fix will reportedly cost Cathay Pacific thousands of dollars.

The photos surfaced via the Hong Kong Aviation Discussion Board Facebook group, but it's still not clear just how such an epic mix-up could have happened - and some are a little suspicious.

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