A Hong Kong Airlines passenger aircraft on the tarmac at the city’s airport. Photo: Winson Wong A Hong Kong Airlines passenger aircraft on the tarmac at the city’s airport. Photo: Winson Wong
A Hong Kong Airlines passenger aircraft on the tarmac at the city’s airport. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong Airlines

Hong Kong Airlines cautious on expansion in wake of Cathay Dragon shutdown, with focus on Covid-19 survival

  • Cash-strapped carrier has its own set of problems, but hopes flight-to-nowhere model, pay cuts and government subsidies bring respite
  • City’s third-largest airline is operating up to 10 per cent of normal services and can still make small profits or break even for now

Topic |   Hong Kong Airlines
A Hong Kong Airlines passenger aircraft on the tarmac at the city’s airport. Photo: Winson Wong A Hong Kong Airlines passenger aircraft on the tarmac at the city’s airport. Photo: Winson Wong
A Hong Kong Airlines passenger aircraft on the tarmac at the city’s airport. Photo: Winson Wong
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