Cathay Pacific staff were initially asked to affix tags, but not stickers, to Rimowa suitcases. Photo: Bloomberg

Cathay Pacific makes U-turn on move to tag Rimowa suitcases as ‘fragile’ from high-cost claims

Earlier staff memo said tagging was aimed to ‘reduce number of damage reports’, but the airline has since reversed its instruction

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Cathay Pacific staff were initially asked to affix tags, but not stickers, to Rimowa suitcases. Photo: Bloomberg
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