Monday, January 17, 2022

Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific to comply with Hong Kong probes into Covid-19 outbreak

The city tightened quarantine rules for air crew after the outbreak, leading the airline to cancel most of its planned passenger and cargo flights in January.

Cathay Pacific sacks two aircrew for breaching Covid-19 rules

Cathay said five of its aircrew had tested positive following their return to Hong Kong from duty, and investigation into the cases had indicated a serious breach of protocols by some of those individuals.

Cathay Pacific to cut flights as Hong Kong Covid rules bite

Cathay Pacific is especially vulnerable because it has no domestic market to fall back on and is based in an international finance hub that has embraced mainland China's 'zero-Covid' plan.

Hong Kong bans passenger flights from Indonesia over infection risks

Also, Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific has joined the ranks of international airlines who now require all aircrew to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Hong Kong to require 2-week hotel quarantine for arriving flight crew

Many countries are introducing strict testing and quarantine rules for international flight crews.

Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble date pushed back again

Neither destination has a domestic air travel market, so their airlines are totally reliant on international flights.

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