A Hong Kong Airlines staff member works at the carrier’s check-in counters at Hong Kong International Airport in December. Photo: Felix Wong A Hong Kong Airlines staff member works at the carrier’s check-in counters at Hong Kong International Airport in December. Photo: Felix Wong
A Hong Kong Airlines staff member works at the carrier’s check-in counters at Hong Kong International Airport in December. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong Airlines penalised for breaching rules of Covid-19 wage relief scheme it tapped for HK$154.3 million

  • The carrier on Saturday acknowledged a discrepancy in the employee headcount given to the government after ex-flight attendants filed a complaint
  • But the struggling firm rebutted the former staff members’ suggestions it had accepted more per employee than it was qualified to receive

Topic |   Hong Kong Airlines
A Hong Kong Airlines staff member works at the carrier’s check-in counters at Hong Kong International Airport in December. Photo: Felix Wong A Hong Kong Airlines staff member works at the carrier’s check-in counters at Hong Kong International Airport in December. Photo: Felix Wong
A Hong Kong Airlines staff member works at the carrier’s check-in counters at Hong Kong International Airport in December. Photo: Felix Wong
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