Between January and April, the airline’s cabin crew numbers fell by 70. Photo: Winson Wong

More than 100 employees have left troubled Hong Kong Airlines in past three months but carrier insists few departures were through compulsory job cuts

  • Difference in staff levels is mainly because of resignations and natural attrition, a spokeswoman says
  • City’s third biggest airline is reportedly seeking cash injection of HK$2 billion to ensure it keeps its licence
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Between January and April, the airline’s cabin crew numbers fell by 70. Photo: Winson Wong
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The carrier has gone from one problem to another in recent months. Photo: Airbus.

Troubled Hong Kong Airlines told to submit ‘concrete plans’ to city’s licensing authority on improving financial health

  • Call is just latest in series of moves by Air Transport Licensing Authority in relation to cash-strapped carrier
  • Airline has faced numerous challenges in recent months including lawsuits and an exodus of top managers
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The carrier has gone from one problem to another in recent months. Photo: Airbus.
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