A man walks through a deserted Hong Kong International Airport as staff disinfect one of the shops on the main concourse. Photo: Nora TamA man walks through a deserted Hong Kong International Airport as staff disinfect one of the shops on the main concourse. Photo: Nora Tam
A man walks through a deserted Hong Kong International Airport as staff disinfect one of the shops on the main concourse. Photo: Nora Tam

United Airlines cabin crew in Hong Kong in last-ditch effort to save their jobs, as carrier mulls mass lay-offs

  • Flight attendants union and United heading to arbitration ahead of October 1 deadline
  • Some 689 employees, including 230 in Hong Kong, at risk of being made redundant

Topic |   Hong Kong aviation
A man walks through a deserted Hong Kong International Airport as staff disinfect one of the shops on the main concourse. Photo: Nora TamA man walks through a deserted Hong Kong International Airport as staff disinfect one of the shops on the main concourse. Photo: Nora Tam
A man walks through a deserted Hong Kong International Airport as staff disinfect one of the shops on the main concourse. Photo: Nora Tam
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