At the end of last year, Hong Kong’s two main airlines employed 4,100 pilots. Photo: Nora Tam At the end of last year, Hong Kong’s two main airlines employed 4,100 pilots. Photo: Nora Tam
At the end of last year, Hong Kong’s two main airlines employed 4,100 pilots. Photo: Nora Tam

exclusive | Hong Kong pilots’ union demands bigger role in Cathay Pacific talks amid looming job cuts, end of carrier’s recognition of staff body

  • Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association’s key agreements with carrier to expire soon, meaning airline will no longer recognise the staff body
  • Cathay says it will take ‘every measure’ to protect livelihoods, but analyst warns no employee bigger than company

Topic |   Cathay Pacific
At the end of last year, Hong Kong’s two main airlines employed 4,100 pilots. Photo: Nora Tam At the end of last year, Hong Kong’s two main airlines employed 4,100 pilots. Photo: Nora Tam
At the end of last year, Hong Kong’s two main airlines employed 4,100 pilots. Photo: Nora Tam
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