Cathay Pacific has been granted permission to keep a reduced schedule as it battles the economic fallout of the coronavirus and a collapse in world travel. Photo: Sam Tsang Cathay Pacific has been granted permission to keep a reduced schedule as it battles the economic fallout of the coronavirus and a collapse in world travel. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific has been granted permission to keep a reduced schedule as it battles the economic fallout of the coronavirus and a collapse in world travel. Photo: Sam Tsang

exclusive | Cathay Pacific can cut schedules until March 2021, aviation bosses say, as they relax ‘use it or lose it rule’ for airlines on runway slots

  • Civil Aviation Department in Hong Kong extends waiver for winter 2020
  • Policy is a global requirement that incumbent airlines operate at least 80 per cent of runway slots per flight scheduling season

Topic |   Aviation
Cathay Pacific has been granted permission to keep a reduced schedule as it battles the economic fallout of the coronavirus and a collapse in world travel. Photo: Sam Tsang Cathay Pacific has been granted permission to keep a reduced schedule as it battles the economic fallout of the coronavirus and a collapse in world travel. Photo: Sam Tsang
Cathay Pacific has been granted permission to keep a reduced schedule as it battles the economic fallout of the coronavirus and a collapse in world travel. Photo: Sam Tsang
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