Punitive action will not be taken by the government against the financially stricken Hong Kong Airlines after the carrier met a deadline to secure capital. Photo: Winson WongPunitive action will not be taken by the government against the financially stricken Hong Kong Airlines after the carrier met a deadline to secure capital. Photo: Winson Wong
Punitive action will not be taken by the government against the financially stricken Hong Kong Airlines after the carrier met a deadline to secure capital. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong Airlines: government allows stricken carrier to continue flying after cash found to plug finances

  • No further action to be taken by licensing authority against carrier’s woeful finances, ‘for the time being’
  • City’s third-largest airline retains licence to operate after given five days to secure new funds
Topic |   Hong Kong Airlines
Punitive action will not be taken by the government against the financially stricken Hong Kong Airlines after the carrier met a deadline to secure capital. Photo: Winson WongPunitive action will not be taken by the government against the financially stricken Hong Kong Airlines after the carrier met a deadline to secure capital. Photo: Winson Wong
Punitive action will not be taken by the government against the financially stricken Hong Kong Airlines after the carrier met a deadline to secure capital. Photo: Winson Wong
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