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Collaboration between Hong Kong and mainland China on flight training programmes aims to address manpower shortage.
The authorities must seriously reflect on the damage to city’s reputation as a result of an unacceptable system failure, especially at a time when Hong Kong is spending billions in a bid to lure back visitors.
Possible industrial action by cabin staff at city’s flagship airline could not come at a worse time as customers and company recover from pandemic
Covid-related travel restrictions have crippled what was Asia’s busiest airport, and Hong Kong’s flag carrier is now in a race against time to rebuild operations.
Latest incident attracted less attention than Cathay scandal because latter involves Hong Kong, which has deeper mainland ties than Singapore, observers say.
Readers discuss staff attitudes at Cathay Pacific, and the tendency of native speakers of a language to joke about others’ accents.
Readers discuss an audio recording that resulted in the firing of three airline staff, the use of ChatGPT at Hong Kong universities, and support that would benefit the city’s elderly.
Scandal-hit airline’s bosses must also reflect on their role and not just suggest current woes are about proper training, public relations experts say.
City’s embattled carrier grappling with disgruntled staff as it claws its way back from pandemic.
As China’s Shenzhen looks to strengthen its economic foothold in the Greater Bay Area, Bao’an International Airport claims bragging rights as the world’s most beautiful airport, despite far fewer passengers than in Hong Kong.
In internal memo, CEO Ronald Lam calls for soul-searching within company, argues behaviour of fired attendants had compromised hard work of other colleagues.
Ricky Chu, who chairs the Equal Opportunities Commission, also voices hope work on legislation against intra-racial discrimination will be completed soon.
Analysts and employees of flag carrier ask whether Cathay can salvage reputation, save itself from mainlanders’ ire and rebuild standing in key customer base.
Cathay Pacific CEO Ronald Lam apologises for incident, saying airline has concluded investigation.
Readers discuss the need for balance between housing development and recreational facilities, the challenge of getting Cathay Pacific back to profitability, and a potential ally in facilitating contentious developments.
Free airline tickets from United States and Canada to Hong Kong up for grabs among registered Cathay members over 18 years old.
Hong Kong International Airport’s logistics park in mainland China to handle 1 million tonnes of cargo per year by 2025.
Long queues and wait times leave many participants feeling frustrated as campaign ends in less than half an hour.
Union chief says morale is low, with recent slow plane taxiing incident at airport stemming from pilot frustration.
Internal airline memo seen by Post says some pilots going at ‘considerably slower speed’ while taxiing, but union leader says go-slow issues reflect poor morale among pilots.
But ‘Zen, calm and quiet’ may be hard to find as Japan’s manpower crunch leaves tourism workers stretched, stressed.
Ronald Lam tells shareholders ‘aggressive’ target of 70 per cent pre-pandemic passenger capacity by year-end unlikely to increase.
Cathay Pacific offers about 4,500 free round-trip tickets as part of government’s ‘Hello Hong Kong’ campaign.
Starting in June, cadets will undergo training on airport operations and man service counters, but aircrew union calls move unnecessary.
Company chief executive Stanley Hui says he aims to open up new routes to places such as Manila and Ho Chi Minh City and boost flight frequencies to current destinations,
First Greater Bay Airlines flight to Osaka from Hong Kong took off on Friday morning, with return leg set for 6pm.
New round-trip flight, operated by Urumqi Air, will run once every Wednesday from May 3, shortly after Labour Day break.
27,000 tickets up for grabs in latest round under government’s ‘Hello Hong Kong’ campaign.
With demand outstripping supply of seats, ticket prices are considerably higher than before pandemic.
Secretary for Transport and Logistics Lam Sai-hung aims to introduce unveil proposals before middle of year.