A Cathay Pacific aircraft approaches Hong Kong airport on August 10 last year. Airline crew are isolated when they are overseas in hotel rooms. On return to Hong Kong, they are subjected to weeks of tests and isolation from the community. Photo: Bloomberg
A Cathay Pacific aircraft approaches Hong Kong airport on August 10 last year. Airline crew are isolated when they are overseas in hotel rooms. On return to Hong Kong, they are subjected to weeks of tests and isolation from the community. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Hong Kong should spare a thought for Cathay aircrew who endure isolation to keep planes in air

  • Readers call for understanding of crew members’ sacrifices, a review of the city’s quarantine rules to deal with local transmission, constructive criticism of lawmakers, and a better use of school resources to improve language learning

Topic |   Cathay Pacific
A Cathay Pacific aircraft approaches Hong Kong airport on August 10 last year. Airline crew are isolated when they are overseas in hotel rooms. On return to Hong Kong, they are subjected to weeks of tests and isolation from the community. Photo: Bloomberg
A Cathay Pacific aircraft approaches Hong Kong airport on August 10 last year. Airline crew are isolated when they are overseas in hotel rooms. On return to Hong Kong, they are subjected to weeks of tests and isolation from the community. Photo: Bloomberg
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