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Articles tagged “hong kong protests”

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Still Facing Weakened Demand Due to Hong Kong Protests

The Hong Kong protests have left no part of the travel industry unscathed, and Singapore Airlines' latest earnings show it's not just local airlines that are feeling the pain.

Singapore Airlines Still Facing Weakened Demand Due to Hong Kong Protests

Tourism

Can a Fast-Growing Oyo Patch Up the Early Cracks?

It’s raining doubts on Oyo Hotels & Homes, a far cry from the awe that was poured on its founder and CEO Ritesh Agarwal when he came in six years ago brandishing the simple belief that “everyone deserves a beautiful living space.” Can Oyo fix its apparent shortfalls?

Can a Fast-Growing Oyo Patch Up the Early Cracks?

Tourism

Hong Kong Officially Enters a Recession Triggered by a Tourism and Retail Freefall

The news has been on the horizon for awhile but now it's official: Hong Kong has entered a technical recession largely caused by the fall in retail spending and visitor arrivals.

Hong Kong Officially Enters a Recession Triggered by a Tourism and Retail Freefall

Tourism

Financial Help for Hong Kong Travel Advisors Comes With a Sigh of Relief

Hong Kong's travel sector needs all the help it can get at the moment, and a new government scheme will be met with gratitude by travel advisors in particular.

Financial Help for Hong Kong Travel Advisors Comes With a Sigh of Relief

Airlines

Cathay Cuts Earnings Outlook After Being Battered by Hong Kong Disruptions

As Hong Kong protests march on, the situation is increasingly dire for Cathay Pacific. It has earned the dubious distinction of being the world's worst performing major airline in the past three months.

Cathay Cuts Earnings Outlook After Being Battered by Hong Kong Disruptions

Tourism

Asian Metasearch Reimagines a New Future

The future of travel metasearches in Asia is being tested. Who will be left standing and who will become roadkill?

Asian Metasearch Reimagines a New Future

Tourism

Hong Kong’s Imperiled Travel Industry Grows Increasingly Desperate With New Plea

There are no signs of things getting better for the embattled travel industry in Hong Kong, as a recent plea from the Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong indicates.

Hong Kong’s Imperiled Travel Industry Grows Increasingly Desperate With New Plea

Airlines

Cathay Pacific Accused of Unfair Layoffs Related to Workers’ Social Media Posts

More trouble at Cathay Pacific, as 32 flight attendant layoffs have raised union calls of unreasonable dismissal and criticisms of social media monitoring.

Cathay Pacific Accused of Unfair Layoffs Related to Workers’ Social Media Posts

Airlines

Hong Kong Airlines Appeal to Government for Short-Term Relief

With months of ongoing protests resulting in a drastic fall in arrivals, financial survival has replaced profitability as a main concern for Hong Kong's airlines.

Hong Kong Airlines Appeal to Government for Short-Term Relief

Tourism

Stopping Asian Airports From Becoming Protesters’ Punching Bags

Unless they live on another planet, most people now know that airports are the perfect places to hold demonstrations and gain maximum coverage for a cause. It’s a message that airport authorities in Asia must correct, particularly as conflicts will continue to simmer in the region.

Stopping Asian Airports From Becoming Protesters’ Punching Bags