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: ReutersThe 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

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
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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: ReutersThe 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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