Cathay Pacific Airways plans to make further cuts in capacity in 2020 as it continues to grapple with a demand slowdown prompted by civil unrest in Hong Kong. The carrier had already announced in September that it would be reducing capacity in its upcoming winter season, as well as deferring some deliveries scheduled for 2020. However, the Hong Kong-based carrier has now revealed additional capacity cuts in a recent memo to staff. Cathay said these further reductions will see its seat ...

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