The Cathay Pacific Airway’s booth at the Hong Kong Aviation Career Expo on June 11, 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong has an aviation labour shortage because companies don’t pay enough - except for pilots

Airport jobs will double to 15,000 when the third runway gets built in eight years, but companies may find it difficult to fill vacancies unless they raise wages

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The Cathay Pacific Airway’s booth at the Hong Kong Aviation Career Expo on June 11, 2016. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Sijia Jiang

Sijia Jiang

Sijia is a business reporter in charge of the Post’s coverage of the Greater China aviation industry. She also writes about consumer and technology sectors. She joined the Post through its cadet programme after graduating from the University of Cambridge with a Master of Philosophy in Politics.