Cathay Pacific has not ruled out job cuts in the future but is relying on government support and staff taking unpaid leave to get through the pandemic. Photo: Sam Tsang Cathay Pacific has not ruled out job cuts in the future but is relying on government support and staff taking unpaid leave to get through the pandemic. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific has not ruled out job cuts in the future but is relying on government support and staff taking unpaid leave to get through the pandemic. Photo: Sam Tsang

Asian aviation job cuts less savage than in Europe and North America, regional chief predicts

  • Despite Covid-19 hitting the continent earlier, trend of fewer job losses in Asia is set to continue, says Association of Asia Pacific Airlines
  • Pay cuts and furlough widely deployed in Asia, while elsewhere airlines warn of halving workforces

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Cathay Pacific has not ruled out job cuts in the future but is relying on government support and staff taking unpaid leave to get through the pandemic. Photo: Sam Tsang Cathay Pacific has not ruled out job cuts in the future but is relying on government support and staff taking unpaid leave to get through the pandemic. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific has not ruled out job cuts in the future but is relying on government support and staff taking unpaid leave to get through the pandemic. Photo: Sam Tsang
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