AIRLINE ACCIDENTALLY DISCOUNTS TICKETS... AGAIN

After Cathay Pacific accidentally listed some first-class and business tickets at a discount of up to 95% at the start of the month, the airline tweeted a sheepish "#lessonlearnt."

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