Cathay Pacific moved over the weekend to comply with new orders from China’s aviation authority. Photo: Bloomberg

Cathay Pacific threatens staff with sack after Beijing draws line on Hong Kong protests

  • Chief executive Rupert Hogg says staff who ‘support or participate in illegal protests’ would face disciplinary action that ‘may include termination of employment’
  • Airline’s shares down 4.9 per cent on Monday to lowest level in 10 years, despite it complying with orders on Friday from China’s aviation authority
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Cathay Pacific moved over the weekend to comply with new orders from China’s aviation authority. Photo: Bloomberg
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