Cathay Pacific cabin crew members enter the arrival hall at Hong Kong International Airport on March 25. Aviation is beginning to see signs of recovery as travel resumes. Photo: Edmond So
Cathay Pacific cabin crew members enter the arrival hall at Hong Kong International Airport on March 25. Aviation is beginning to see signs of recovery as travel resumes. Photo: Edmond So

Letters | Cathay Pacific doesn’t deserve eye-rolling for seeking to rehire ex-staff

  • Readers discuss Cathay Pacific’s offer to rehire former staff, Japan’s decision to welcome back tourists, safety standards among lifeguards and the delayed reopening of public pools

Cathay Pacific cabin crew members enter the arrival hall at Hong Kong International Airport on March 25. Aviation is beginning to see signs of recovery as travel resumes. Photo: Edmond So
Cathay Pacific cabin crew members enter the arrival hall at Hong Kong International Airport on March 25. Aviation is beginning to see signs of recovery as travel resumes. Photo: Edmond So
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