Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Limited, operating as Dragonair, (traditional Chinese: 港龍航空有限公司) is the airline based in Hong Kong, it is also the subsidiary company of Cathay Pacific Airways.
In 1990, Cathay Pacific Airways was acquired 35% holding from Chao's family. At the same time, Cathay Pacific Airways was transferred the flights to Beijing and Shanghai with their Lockheed Tristar L-1011 aircraft to Dragonair.
Dragonair became wholly owned by Cathay Pacific Airways since 2006, and it was joined the Oneworld alliance as an affiliate member on 1 November 2007.
|Airbus||Airbus A320-200||B-HSD, B-HSE, B-HSG to B-HSN||International Aero Engines V2527-A5||Bengaluru, Kathmandu, Kota Kinabalu, Phuket, Phnom Penh and most of the Mainland of China regional flights||J8/Y150 (158)||10|
|Airbus||Airbus A321-200||B-HTD to B-HTI||International Aero Engines V2533-A5||Most of the Mainland of China regional flights||J24/Y148 (172)||6|
|Airbus||Airbus A330-300||B-HWF to B-HWK, B-HYA, B-HYB, B-HYD, B-HYF to B-HYJ & B-HYQ||Rolls Royce Trent 768 & 772||Australia, China, Japan, Middle East, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan|| 2-class (33A)