Cathay Pacific is reporting substantial drops in passenger traffic for August—its first monthly results to detail the effects on demand from Hong Kong’s continuing civil unrest. The carrier’s August passenger numbers—which include Cathay and its Cathay Dragon subsidiary—were down 11.3% year-on-year to 2.9 million, with traffic demand dropping 3.6% to 11.5 billion revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs). In a statement released Sept. 11, Cathay said it plans to ...

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