The tail fins of Hong Kong Airlines’ planes grounded on the tarmac of Marcel-Dassault airport at Chateauroux in France in June amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Reuters
The tail fins of Hong Kong Airlines’ planes grounded on the tarmac of Marcel-Dassault airport at Chateauroux in France in June amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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exclusive | Hong Kong Airlines, kept alive with funds from Chinese lenders, calls for government support in survival fight

  • Hong Kong Airlines has received more than 1 billion yuan of financial support from Chinese banks since January to stay afloat, sources say
  • New suitors have emerged for Hong Kong Airlines, with one bidder even conducting due diligence in May

The tail fins of Hong Kong Airlines’ planes grounded on the tarmac of Marcel-Dassault airport at Chateauroux in France in June amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Reuters
The tail fins of Hong Kong Airlines’ planes grounded on the tarmac of Marcel-Dassault airport at Chateauroux in France in June amid the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: Reuters
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