Cathay Pacific strike
CATHAY Pacific will continue to charter extra flights early this week to move a large influx of Taiwan-bound passengers who returned from China.
A spokesman said 37 out of the 47 departures yesterday were operated with its own fleet.
With a total of 670 flight attendants having registered to work since the expiry of the deadline last week, ''nearly all'' of its 4,000 cabin crew had reported after the strike was called off on Friday.
Talks between airline management and the Flight Attendants' Union, mediated by the Labour Department, will resume at 2 pm today.
The agenda was not disclosed but it is believed a key issue is still the company's attitude towards disciplining cabin crew involved in the dispute.