Airline spells own name wrong

Can you spot the difference? Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific tickled by bad spelling

Cathay Pacific turns typo on airplane livery into clever marketing strategy

But the airline to its credit made light of the embarrassing mistake saying; "Oops this special livery won't last long! She's going back to the shop!" the airline said in a tweet.

As cited by the newspaper, an engineer for sister company Haeco was unsure as to how the mistake could've happened.

The error has ignited Twitter with many humorous comments.

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'No one gives a F anymore, not even the painters!' joked one Twitter user.

The images showed the plane was branded "Cathay Paciic" - without the f.

Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific has been mocked on social media after the carrier misspelt its own name on the livery of the Boeing 777-367.

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"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".

While a full report of this mysterious incident is not yet available, Cathay Pacific told CNN Travel, "We are not having many chances to have such 'limited edition, ' right?"

At least that's the mantra that Cathay Pacific seems to live by. It was one of nine test aircraft was used in the program for several years.

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