Hong Kong Airlines is said to have lost HK$3 billion last year and requires a HK$2 billion cash infusion to keep its licence. Photo: K Y Cheng Hong Kong Airlines is said to have lost HK$3 billion last year and requires a HK$2 billion cash infusion to keep its licence. Photo: K Y Cheng
Hong Kong Airlines is said to have lost HK$3 billion last year and requires a HK$2 billion cash infusion to keep its licence. Photo: K Y Cheng

exclusive | Troubled Hong Kong Airlines faces yet another headache as its auditor resigns, company filing shows

  • A document lodged with Companies Registry shows certification of auditor’s resignation, understood to be PwC
  • Beleaguered carrier faces increased scrutiny from government with its licence at risk while rival camps battle for control of parent company

Topic |   Hong Kong Airlines
Hong Kong Airlines is said to have lost HK$3 billion last year and requires a HK$2 billion cash infusion to keep its licence. Photo: K Y Cheng Hong Kong Airlines is said to have lost HK$3 billion last year and requires a HK$2 billion cash infusion to keep its licence. Photo: K Y Cheng
Hong Kong Airlines is said to have lost HK$3 billion last year and requires a HK$2 billion cash infusion to keep its licence. Photo: K Y Cheng
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