1. Locked in hotels: Hong Kong's COVID-19 rules take mental toll on Cathay pilots  Reuters
  2. How Hong Kong’s Strict Quarantine Rules Are Impacting Cathay Pacific  Simple Flying
  3. Cathay Pacific Forced to Slash Flight Schedules as Volunteer Crew Despair Over Quarantine Rules  Paddle Your Own Kanoo
  4. Cathay Pacific slashing December passenger flights to Hong Kong  South China Morning Post
  5. Cathay Pacific to cut flights as Hong Kong Covid rules bite  The Daily Star
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One of Asia's largest airlines, Cathay Pacific, is facing a revolt from pilots who say Hong Kong's tough quarantine rules under its zero-COVID policies are endangering their mental health, leading to rising stress and resignations.One of Asia's largest airlines, Cathay Pacific, is facing a revolt from pilots who say Hong Kong's tough quarantine rules under its zero-COVID policies are endangering their mental health, leading to rising stress and resignations.

Locked in hotels: Hong Kong's COVID-19 rules take mental toll on Cathay pilots | Reuters

While certain parts of the world are beginning to shed some of their travel restrictions, these rules continue…

How Hong Kong's Strict Quarantine Rules Are Impacting Cathay Pacific - Simple Flying

While certain parts of the world are beginning to shed some of their travel restrictions, these rules continue…

How Hong Kong's Strict Quarantine Rules Are Impacting Cathay Pacific - Simple Flying

Cathay Pacific is slashing its already limited passenger flight schedules because volunteer cabin crew and pilots are refusing to take on any more quarantine-inducing duties in the run-up to Christmas and the New Year holidays. Since February, Cathay Pacific has had to rely on volunteer aircrew who are willing to sacrifice living in isolation for…

Cathay Pacific Forced to Slash Flight Schedules as Volunteer Crew Despair Over Quarantine Rules

Looming aircrew shortage during Christmas and New Year holidays blamed for move to make about a third of December’s inbound flights cargo only.Looming aircrew shortage during Christmas and New Year holidays blamed for move to make about a third of December’s inbound flights cargo only.

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Cathay Pacific on Thursday said it will slash passenger flights into Hong Kong next month as the city’s strict travel curbs continue to keep international travellers away at a time when rival…

Cathay Pacific to cut Dec flights as Hong Kong's strict Covid rules bite - Hong Kong Free Press HKFP

Cathay Pacific will slash one-third of its inbound flights under its “closed-loop management” next month and convert them to car...Cathay Pacific will slash one-third of its inbound flights under its “closed-loop management” next month and convert them to cargo, the Hong Kong flagship airline has announced.This came a...

Cathay Pacific to cut flights as Hong Kong covid rules bite | The Standard

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‘We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers as they travel ahead of the festive season,’ said the airline‘We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused to our customers as they travel ahead of the festive season,’ said the airline

Cathay Pacific cancels scores of passenger flights because crew refuse to quarantine | The Independent

One of Asia's largest airlines, Cathay Pacific, is facing a revolt from pilots who say Hong Kong's tough quarantine rules under its zero-COVID policies are endangering their mental health, leading to rising stress and resignations. Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd last week fired https://www.reuters.com/markets/europe/cathay-pacific-fires-3-pilots-infected-with-covid-19-layover-scmp-2021-11-18 three pilots who breached company rules by leaving their hotel rooms during a layover in Frankfurt and later tested positive for COVID-19. The extreme example of pandemic-related precautions under China's zero-COVID policy highlights the difficult working conditions facing Cathay pilots, all fully vaccinated, even as other Asian countries slowly reopen.One of Asia's largest airlines, Cathay Pacific, is facing a revolt from pilots who say Hong Kong's tough quarantine rules under its zero-COVID policies are endangering their mental health, leading to rising stress and resignations. Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd last week fired https://www.reuters.com/markets/europe/cathay-pacific-fires-3-pilots-infected-with-covid-19-layover-scmp-2021-11-18 three pilots who breached company rules by leaving their hotel rooms during a layover in Frankfurt and later tested positive for COVID-19. The extreme example of pandemic-related precautions under China's zero-COVID policy highlights the difficult working conditions facing Cathay pilots, all fully vaccinated, even as other Asian countries slowly reopen.

Locked in hotels: Hong Kong's COVID-19 rules take mental toll on Cathay pilots

The airline has tough quarantine rules for its pilots under its zero-coronavirus policies.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -The airline has tough quarantine rules for its pilots under its zero-coronavirus policies.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Locked in hotels: Hong Kong's Covid-19 rules take mental toll on Cathay Pacific pilots, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

HONG KONG — Cathay Pacific on Thursday (Nov 25) said it will slash passenger flights into Hong Kong next month as the city's strict travel curbs continue to keep international travellers away at a time when rivals are seeing their prospects improve. HONG KONG — Cathay Pacific on Thursday (Nov 25) said it will slash passenger flights into Hong Kong next month as the city's strict travel curbs continue to keep international travellers away at a time when rivals are seeing their prospects improve.

Cathay Pacific to cut flights as Hong Kong Covid-19 rules bite

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