Cathay Pacific Prepares 90% Capacity Cut For April

Cathay Pacific is planning to operate a "skeleton" service in April amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Credit: Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific is preparing to operate a “skeleton” passenger flight schedule for April, reducing capacity around 90% after travel demand plummeted amid the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis. Announcing Cathay’s latest traffic figures, the airline’s chief customer and commercial officer Ronald Lam said...

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