Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce have either been made redundant or have taken pay cuts. Photo: Felix Wong Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce have either been made redundant or have taken pay cuts. Photo: Felix Wong
Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce have either been made redundant or have taken pay cuts. Photo: Felix Wong
Aviation

Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines workers are laid off or take pay cuts

  • The airline, backed by the bankrupt HNA Group, cites in its redundancy notices its plans to reduce operating capacity going forward
  • Employees who opted for pay cuts were effectively required to agree to either five or seven months’ unpaid leave

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Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce have either been made redundant or have taken pay cuts. Photo: Felix Wong Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce have either been made redundant or have taken pay cuts. Photo: Felix Wong
Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce have either been made redundant or have taken pay cuts. Photo: Felix Wong
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