Articles tagged “cathay pacific”

Airline Weekly

Cathay Pacific’s Troubles Embodied in Hong Kong Loan Extension

While airlines around the world and even elsewhere in Asia plot their recovery strategy and add back flights, Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific may have to avail itself of more state aid. The struggling airline flew just 2 percent of its pre-pandemic passengers in April.

Cathay Pacific’s Troubles Embodied in Hong Kong Loan Extension

Tourism

Hong Kong to Lift Travel Ban for 9 Countries in April

The resumption of flights may be a step in the right direction. However, it remains to be seen if Hong Kong will prioritize the reopening of the border with the Mainland over opening the international border.

Hong Kong to Lift Travel Ban for 9 Countries in April

Business Travel

Daily Podcast: The Power of the Post-Pandemic Business Traveler

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, January 25, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: The Power of the Post-Pandemic Business Traveler

Airline Weekly

Hong Kong Restrictions Push Cathay Pacific Back Into the Red

Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways will bleed cash this year, thanks to the region's strict quarantine regulations. With no domestic market to fall back on, Cathay Pacific has seen its passenger traffic plummet to just about 5 percent of pre-pandemic levels.

Hong Kong Restrictions Push Cathay Pacific Back Into the Red

Airlines

Hong Kong Airport Will Block Almost All Transit Flights to Curb Omicron Spread

This is a huge blow for many airlines that rely on the hub, further delaying their recovery plans.

Hong Kong Airport Will Block Almost All Transit Flights to Curb Omicron Spread

Airlines

Hong Kong Investigates Cathay Pacific Crew After Isolation Breach

The government's probe comes after a fresh Covid-19 outbreak in the city, which was attributed to the two absconding crew members.

Hong Kong Investigates Cathay Pacific Crew After Isolation Breach

Airlines

Asian Airlines’ Biofuel Needs Spur Shell to Mull Building Singapore Plant

Shell's biofuel plans may be one small step of so many needed for humankind.

Asian Airlines’ Biofuel Needs Spur Shell to Mull Building Singapore Plant

Business Travel

JP Morgan Sweetens Lengthy Hotel Quarantines for Hong Kong Staff with $5,000 Perk

The bank is making this offer available for almost a year, which is a worrying sign that the region may keep strict measures in place for some time yet.

JP Morgan Sweetens Lengthy Hotel Quarantines for Hong Kong Staff with $5,000 Perk

Airlines

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Sacks 3 Pilots Infected With Covid on Germany Layover

Hong Kong has some of the strictest Covid restrictions anywhere, making it even more shocking that three pilots on Cathay were dismissed after it was discovered they were infected with coronavirus. Expect tighter compliance checks at overseas hubs going forward.

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Sacks 3 Pilots Infected With Covid on Germany Layover

Coronavirus

Cathay Pacific Mandates Vaccinations for Hong Kong Pilots and Cabin Crew

It's described as a tough policy, with airline employees having just over a month to get fully vaccinated, but shouldn't this be the default policy?

Cathay Pacific Mandates Vaccinations for Hong Kong Pilots and Cabin Crew