Aircrew members arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on December 22, 2020 after a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a new strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam Aircrew members arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on December 22, 2020 after a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a new strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
Aircrew members arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on December 22, 2020 after a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a new strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
Cathay Pacific

Letters | Hong Kong aircrew Covid isolation rule risks death blow to aviation sector

  • Restricting aircrew movement for up to 21 days will only hurt local flag carrier Cathay Pacific, which is already burning cash and has most of its crew changes taking place in Hong Kong

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Aircrew members arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on December 22, 2020 after a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a new strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam Aircrew members arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on December 22, 2020 after a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a new strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
Aircrew members arrive at Hong Kong International Airport on December 22, 2020 after a ban on all passenger flights from Britain in a bid to stop a new strain of Covid-19 from reaching the city. Photo: Nora Tam
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