Cathay Pacific Airways

Cathay Pacific encourages staff to take voluntary redundancy

 Cathay Pacific asked flight crew, cabin crew, and Hong Kong International Airport staff to take voluntary redundancy....


Hong Kong – Singapore bubble hopes reignite for mid-May

Hopes reignite, for a second attempt at a Hong Kong – Singapore quarantine-free travel bubble in mid-May....


Cathay Pacific moves 46% of jets for long-term storage

Cathay Pacific Group moved 92 jets for long-term storage in Australia and Spain.  ...


Cathay Pacific to apply 49-day duty cycle rotation for crew

Cathay Pacific Airways will apply strict crew rotation procedures bringing the full duty cycle to a total of 49 days.  ...


Cathay Pacific gets 15, loses 5 routes in China

Cathay Pacific Airways got permission to fly to 15 cities in mainland China, losing 5 routes previously served by now-defunct Cathay Dragon....


Hong Kong government adds to Cathay Pacific troubles

As Cathay Pacific Airways is trying to preserve cash by delaying some aircraft deliveries, a new health policy unveiled by the government of Hong Kong towards U.S. citizens could add to its troubles....


Cathay Pacific cuts capacity after “incredibly challenging” month

Caught in the crossfire between the politics of mainland China and anti-government protests in Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific is suffering the consequences. The Cathay Pacific Group reported a 38% decline year-on-year in inbound traffic to Hong Kong in August 2019, at the height of protest unrest that lead to airport closures and flight disruptions. Following an “incredibly challenging” month, Cathay now states it will implement “sho...


Cathay Pacific warns protesters Cathay City is off limits

Cathay Pacific warns its employees against participating in a rally in its global operations headquarters, which is allegedly scheduled on August 26, 2019. The airline has stated it has a “zero tolerance attitude” towards employees who participate in, or support “illegal” demonstrations, as well as “violence or excessive radicalization”.   ...


Cathay Pacific data breach affects 9.4 million passengers

In one of the worst data breaches in history to hit the airline industry, Cathay Pacific revealed on October 24, 2018, that personal information of up to 9.4 million passengers of the airline and its unit Hong Kong Dragon Airlines (or “Cathay Dragon”) were hacked earlier this year....


World’s best: Top 20 safest airlines for 2018

AirlineRatings.com the world’s only safety and product rating website has announced its Top 20 safest airlines for 2018 from the 409 it monitors....