Articles tagged “cathay pacific”

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

Tourism

Hong Kong and Singapore Call Off Their Travel Bubble — Again

First it was a spike in Hong Kong, now Singapore's rising numbers have derailed plans. The latest blips across Asia mean these travel bubbles will likely be put on hold for a lot longer.

Hong Kong and Singapore Call Off Their Travel Bubble — Again

Airline Weekly

Pandemic Geopolitics Snare Airlines as U.S., Hong Kong Spar Over Crew Quarantines

Pandemic Geopolitics Snare Airlines as U.S., Hong Kong Spar Over Crew Quarantines

Coronavirus

Why Digital Health Passports Still Need to Gain More Trust

The path to common usage and acceptance will be a difficult one. One thing to remember: Digital health passports aren’t just about travel — but they will help you get to the beach quicker.

Why Digital Health Passports Still Need to Gain More Trust

Airlines

Airlines Still Waiting on Governments for a Single Digital Health Passport Standard

The CommonTrust Network signed Aruba this week as its first member country, a win in the race to develop a digital health passport. But competition remains fierce as airlines await a single standard that can safely restart travel.

Airlines Still Waiting on Governments for a Single Digital Health Passport Standard

Airline Weekly

A 99 Percent Collapse in Business Prompts Cathay Pacific to Boost Loss Projections

A 99 Percent Collapse in Business Prompts Cathay Pacific to Boost Loss Projections

Airlines

Airlines Are Betting on a Vaccine Lift to Pandemic Financial Struggles

Airlines reeling from the effective shutdown of most air travel by the coronavirus pandemic are looking forward to a shot-in-the-arm as pharmaceutical companies begin the gargantuan task of shipping their Covid-19 vaccines around the world. But challenges remain, not least how airlines will carry hundreds of millions of doses on greatly reduced schedules.

Airlines Are Betting on a Vaccine Lift to Pandemic Financial Struggles

Business Travel

Why Digital Health Passports Offer a False Hope for Business Travel’s Immediate Revival

Covid-free flights have officially landed, but businesses on the whole aren’t quite convinced.

Why Digital Health Passports Offer a False Hope for Business Travel’s Immediate Revival

Business Travel

Why Did the Touchdown of This United Flight Deserve a Zoom Press Conference?

Covid screening is all the rage. But the point where all these trials and pilots materialize into something coherent, with the backing of governments, needs to arrive soon.

Why Did the Touchdown of This United Flight Deserve a Zoom Press Conference?

Airlines

Cathay Pacific Will Cut 8,500 Jobs and Close Cathay Dragon Carrier

Even though China has recovered better than many other markets, the aviation industry is still trying to figure out what normal looks like for the foreseeable future.

Cathay Pacific Will Cut 8,500 Jobs and Close Cathay Dragon Carrier