Hong Kong flag-carrier Cathay Pacific Airways continued to see its passenger numbers slide in October, as inbound passenger traffic plummeted 35% year on year (YOY) and outbound traffic dropped 13% YOY.  Anti-government protests have now entered a 23rd week, with demonstrations becoming increasingly violent. Despite reducing 2-4% in capacity between August and October, Cathay load factors for October fell 4 pts to 77.6% and have fallen cumulatively since the start of the year by 1.9 ...

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