On 4 January, Dragonair took delivery of the fourth of five new 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighters.
On January 10, Dragonair is voted 'Best Asian Airline' in the Hurun Report 2007 Best of the Best Survey.
On March 26, Dragonair moved its operation to the new Terminal 3 at Beijing Capital International Airport, with the opening of a brand new lounge, the Dragonair and Cathay Pacific Lounge.
On April 3, Dragonair launched Dragonair Aviation Certificate Programme 2008.
On April 29, Dragonair moved its operation to the new Terminal 2 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, with the opening of a brand new lounge, the Dragonair and Cathay Pacific Lounge.
On May 13, Dragonair cabin crew training Induction Class A100 graduated.
On June 1, Dragonair became a 100% e-ticket airline.
On June 2, Dragonair relaunched its freighter services between Hong Kong and Xiamen with a twice-weekly operation.
On June 18, Dragonair moved its counter operations at Hong Kong International Airport to Aisle D in the Departure Hall of Terminal 1.
On July 1, Dragonair launched a daily passenger service to Bengaluru (Bangalore), marking the first time for Dragonair to operate passenger flights to India.
On July 4, Dragonair and its sister airline Cathay Pacific Airways launch a joint Mainland China reservation hotline.
On July 4, Dragonair’s Xiamen freighter service was increased to thricely-weekly.
On July 21, Dragonair increased passenger flights to Ningbo from seven to 10 per week.
In July, Dragonair had been voted a winner in the Airline Category in the Yahoo!Emotive Brand Award 2007-2008 for the third consecutive year.
On August 1, Dragonair Lounge at Hong Kong International Airport has been given a facelift and has been renamed the "G16 Lounge".
In August, Dragonair has been voted "Best Regional Airline: SE Asia" for the first time in the Skytrax international passenger survey.
On September 1, Dragonair increased passenger flights to Xiamen from 14 to 18 per week.
On October 1, Dragonair and its sister airline Cathay Pacific Airways opened the first airline-branded arrival lounge, “The Arrival”, at Hong Kong International Airport.
On October 26, Dragonair launched a daily passenger service to Hanoi, marking the first time for Dragonair to operate scheduled passenger flights to Vietnam.
On November 3, Dragonair launched Self-Print Boarding Pass service at Hong Kong International Airport offering greater convenience to travellers.
On November 18, Dragonair launched the new mobile site - m.dragonair.com – for passengers to access through their mobile devices.
On December 1, Dragonair extended its cross-border upstream check-in service by providing a new service which allows passengers to check in and have the boarding pass issued at Shenzhen International Airport.
On December 15, Dragonair launched a fifth-weekly passenger service to Manila, marking the first time for the airline to operate scheduled passenger flights to the Philippines.
On December 18, Dragonair launched mobile check-in service for passengers to check in through the mobile site - m.dragonair.com.
In December, donations to Dragonair’s Change for Conservation inflight charity programme surpassed HK$7 million.