Hong Kong's Dragonair has dropped plans to proceed with a judicial review of an April Air Transport Licensing Authority ruling that gave Cathay Pacific Airways licences for services on three routes to China. Dragonair, which makes most of its money from China services, in May filed its request to seek a judicial review, aiming to have Cathay's licences declared "null and void". Later that month a High Court judge gave Dragonair leave for a judicial review, enabling the airline to move forward with a legal challenge.

Source: Flight International