Articles tagged “hong kong airlines”

Tourism

Hong Kong Cuts Hotel Quarantine for Incoming Travelers to 3 Days

While the shortening of quarantine time is significant, what Hong Kong really needs is quarantine-free travel to reconnect the Asian financial hub with the rest of the world.

Hong Kong Cuts Hotel Quarantine for Incoming Travelers to 3 Days

Airlines

Hong Kong Airlines Will Cut Jobs and Reduce Flights as Coronavirus Hits Travel

Hong Kong Airlines was in bad shape before anyone started protesting in Hong Kong. Now it must deal not only with fallout from the protests, but also panic from Coronavirus. It's hard to see how the airline recovers.

Hong Kong Airlines Will Cut Jobs and Reduce Flights as Coronavirus Hits Travel

Airlines

Hong Kong Airlines Plans Cash Injection to Stave Off Losing License

Troubled Hong Kong Airlines isn’t providing details on its cash injection plan, so the question remains if the HNA-backed carrier — which is on the verge of having its license revoked — can survive the troubles facing Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Airlines Plans Cash Injection to Stave Off Losing License

Airlines

Embattled Hong Kong Airlines Delay Staff Salaries

Hong Kong Airlines has been struggling even before the pro-democracy protests. Now it's clutching at the straws. Staff morale will plunge as salaries are delayed despite the airline saying otherwise.

Embattled Hong Kong Airlines Delay Staff Salaries

Airlines

Cathay Pacific Eyes Investment in Hong Kong Express Airways

While Cathay Pacific considers taking a minority stake in Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express, it needs to tread carefully to avoid entering a bidding war with several Hong Kong tycoons, who may also make bids. The carrier can't afford to be spendthrift.

Cathay Pacific Eyes Investment in Hong Kong Express Airways

Airlines

Cathay Turns Around With an Expected $293 Million Profit

An airline that gets back on track is sometimes worth rejoicing about. It is a hard business and Cathay will earn applause for its turnaround.

Cathay Turns Around With an Expected $293 Million Profit

Airlines

Hong Kong Airlines Cuts Direct Flights to Auckland

Struggling Hong Kong Airlines continues on its path to axe money-losing, long-haul flights and go back to flying in safer skies closer to home. This latest Auckland cut comes after it pulled out of Australia and Moscow and reduced the number of flights to Vancouver and San Francisco.

Hong Kong Airlines Cuts Direct Flights to Auckland

Airlines

China’s Bullet Trains Pose a Threat to Hong Kong Airlines

More turbulent skies lie ahead for Hong Kong-based carriers like Cathay.

China’s Bullet Trains Pose a Threat to Hong Kong Airlines

Business Travel

Paying to Be on the A-List

Times are tough for legacy travel media brands and they are having to come up with more creative ways to cash in. But bringing in a charge for its A-List — no matter how this manifests itself — calls into question the idea of editorial independence.

Paying to Be on the A-List

Airlines

Why Airlines Almost Always Serve Breakfast on Long-Haul Overnight Flights

Could airlines stop with the 4 p.m. breakfasts? Savvy travelers want to get acclimated to their new time zone as fast as possible, and a later afternoon meal of sausage and eggs doesn't help. But keep the coffee. It's vital.

Why Airlines Almost Always Serve Breakfast on Long-Haul Overnight Flights