Rappler's latest stories on Cathay Pacific
In a video message to the company's 27,000 employees, airline boss Augustus Tang says they are being asked to take up to 3 weeks leave with no pay between March and June
Slosar's departure ends a nearly four-decade career with Swire and Cathay and caps a tumultuous month of sudden management changes at the airline as it tries to claw its way out of Beijing's bad books
(UPDATED) In a statement, Cathay Pacific says Hogg has resigned 'to take responsibility as a leader of the Company in view of recent events'
The airline says one of the pilots is currently involved in legal proceedings, while the other 'misused company information on Flight CX216/12 August'
Cathay Pacific tells its employees that 'there will be disciplinary consequences' if they support or participate in Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests
Cathay Pacific appears to have become a target of China's ire after some of its crew joined the protests in Hong Kong
'We have zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviour that affects the safe operation of our flights and the service experience we provide to our customers,' says Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg
With the acquisition, Cathay Pacific would be in control of 3 of the 4 airlines in Hong Kong
Cathay has been overhauling its business after posting its first losses for 8 years in 2016
The airline says it expects to record a consolidated profit of around $293 million for 2018
Shuttle bus carrying Cathay Pacific employees slams into stalled taxi killing five in Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific's CEO and chairman both say the crisis 'was one of the most serious' in the embattled firm's history and would act differently in a similar situation in the future
Cathay Pacific says it was subjected to continuous breaches that were at their "most intense" from March to May but continued after
The National Privacy Commission orders Cathay Pacific to explain why it only reported the data breach several months after it happened
Cathay Dragon flies Davao to Hong Kong 5 times a week
Cathay Pacific is under pressure to explain why it took 5 months to admit it had been hacked
The airline admits data including passport numbers, identity card numbers, email addresses and credit card details was accessed.
Even United States carriers are expected to change their listings of Taiwan, despite a White House statement in May that called China's demands 'Orwellian nonsense'
This new route will be offered 4 times a week beginning March 31, 2019
A statement from Cathay Pacific says the flight crew of CX893 sighted on Wednesday 'what is suspected to be the re-entry of the recent DPRK test missile'
The results pave the way for the first ever back to back annual losses in the airline s 70 year history
The company posts its first annual net loss in 8 years in March citing intense competition as lower cost airlines particularly from mainland China eat into its market share
The airline s net profit for the first 6 months of the year slides 82 to HK 353 million 45 52 million
UPDATED Philippine Airlines PAL and Cathay Pacific cancel some flights between Manila and Macau Beijing or Hong Kong
UPDATED Marine conservationists praise the airline for its decision adding that more Hong Kong businesses should follow suit
The end of fuel surcharges translating to more affordable fares has attracted more passengers says an analyst
Cathay Pacific says flight CX170 which was headed to Hong Kong landed safely in Denpasar
Through a code share agreement with WestJet the Philippines legacy carrier can sell seats on 6 select routes operated by the Canadian airline
A total of 24 domestic and international flights are cancelled by AirAsia while Cathay Pacific reschedules 10 of its flights on January 15 17 and 19
The agency has to first address various issues in its plan to expand and improve the congested airport
Five foreign airlines are set to transfer with the rehabilitation and retrofitting of the terminal now 85 complete
UPDATED The downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet over rebel held eastern Ukraine has raised questions over why the company persisted in flying in conflict zone airspace that many other Asian carriers had abandoned months ago
The deplaning process for Dragonair flight KA875 took longer than expected in Shenzhen China because of constraints in local ground handling and immigration clearance said the spokeswoman of Cathay Pacific which owns Dragonair
Usagi forecasted to be closest to Hong Kong on Sunday and Monday September 22 23 could pose a severe threat to the city says HK Observatory
Premium airlines in Asia are rethinking their strategies and slashing costs as high fuel prices global economic uncertainty and pressure from Middle East and budget carriers squeeze profits
Despite Cathay Pacific s disinterest and NAIA s shameful behind the scenes thievery all I can think of is how the beauty of the Philippines shines through