Hong Kong Airlines has stopped flying a quarter of its 39 planes and made cutbacks on flying, affecting almost a dozen destinations, to tide itself over its financial crisis. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong Airlines fails to pay November salaries on time to almost half of its employees, cites protests and weak travel demand as reasons for poor business

  • The airline says its cabin crew and overseas staff will be paid on time, but all other staff will get their salaries on December 6
  • The decision affects 1,600 employees, nearly 45 per cent of its total staff strength
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Hong Kong Airlines has stopped flying a quarter of its 39 planes and made cutbacks on flying, affecting almost a dozen destinations, to tide itself over its financial crisis. Photo: Reuters
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