Despite an “extremely challenging” start to 2022, Cathay Pacific is “resolutely committed” to protecting its position as a leading airline at its Hong Kong hub. “We have absolute confidence in the long-term future of Hong Kong. Everything we do at Cathay Pacific is in...
The reduced available capacity of Cathay Pacific due to recently implemented travel restrictions and strict crew quarantine measures are expected to impact its cash burn by HK$1.0 to 1.5 billion per month, the airline said on January 24. And that’s just a preliminary...
UPDATE – An Australian start-up budget carrier, Bonza, has stated its aim to begin operations in 2022, as the country moves forward with plans to open up its state and national borders. News reports indicate the company is backed by US investment firm 777...
Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has become a new operator of the Airbus A321neo, following the arrival in Singapore of its first three aircraft. All three aircraft are leased from BOC Aviation. Scoot’s A321neo aircraft are powered by Pratt &...
Singapore Airlines said in a statement that the launch of the travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong has been deferred indefinitely, with a new start date to be advised by both governments. Singapore Minister for Transport, S Iswaran, met recently with...
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