A Cathay Dragon plane and a Hong Kong Airlines plane (back right) at Hong Kong International Airport. Cathay Pacific, the parent company of Cathay Dragon, will begin contract talks with cabin crew on March 18. Photo: Roy Issa

With Cathay Pacific’s profits finally soaring, flight attendants demand a pay rise to match

  • Negotiations with cabin crew union could be industrial relations tightrope for Hong Kong’s flag carrier
  • After two years of losses, parent company expects to deliver a HK$2.3 billion profit for 2018
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A Cathay Dragon plane and a Hong Kong Airlines plane (back right) at Hong Kong International Airport. Cathay Pacific, the parent company of Cathay Dragon, will begin contract talks with cabin crew on March 18. Photo: Roy Issa
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