Cathay expects ‘significant’ impact to August revenue on protests

Credit: Rob Finlayson

Cathay Pacific Airways predicts revenue for August will be affected significantly by this summer’s mass civil protests in Hong Kong, weakening inbound and outbound traffic. The Hong Kong-based airline said its July traffic figures, released Aug. 21, were not hurt much by the protests, but expects...

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