Articles tagged “cathay”

New Problems for Cathay as China Investigates Empty Oxygen Bottles

New Problems for Cathay as China Investigates Empty Oxygen Bottles

Dominic Lau and Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

Oxygen bottles are used by crew in an emergency depressurisation of the cabin. Thirteen were found depleted or completely empty on three Cathay flights. That's bad for brand Cathay.

3 weeks ago

Cathay Warns Staff to Steer Clear of Planned Protests Next Week

Cathay Warns Staff to Steer Clear of Planned Protests Next Week

Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

More planned protests next week — bad for Hong Kong tourism, and worse for Cathay, which has become a symbol of the danger companies face in Hong Kong as they seek to avoid angering Beijing.

3 weeks ago

Cathay Takes the Helm at Hong Kong Express Airways

Cathay Takes the Helm at Hong Kong Express Airways

Bloomberg News

Cathay says HK Express will remain a standalone low-cost airline, but it has put a longtime Cathay executive, Ronald Lam, in as its chief in one of its most strategic buys.

2 months ago

Cathay Pacific Makes a Pricing Blunder It Can Not Afford

Cathay Pacific Makes a Pricing Blunder It Can Not Afford

Kyunghee Park, Bloomberg

Struggling Cathay can’t afford pricing errors such as this, although every once in awhile when these blunders by airlines happen, don't we wish we would be so lucky to have bought a ticket?

9 months ago

Major Flight Disruptions Reported as Deadly Typhoon Nears Hong Kong

Major Flight Disruptions Reported as Deadly Typhoon Nears Hong Kong

Yuji Nakamura and Kurumi Mori, Bloomberg

When the world's most powerful storm is bearing down, airlines have no choice but to suspend operations. It's a drill that has become all too common across the globe.

1 year ago