(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Affected by the epidemic, Hong Kong Airlines announces cuts of 250 crew members

  China News Service, Hong Kong, December 11 (Reporter Han Xingtong) The new crown pneumonia epidemic has had a huge impact on the aviation industry. Following the earlier large-scale layoffs of Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong Airlines announced on the 11th that it will cut 250 crew members.

  The epidemic has continued to affect the aviation industry. Earlier, Cathay Pacific announced that it would lay off approximately 8,500 employees, and Cathay Dragon Airways ceased operations immediately.

Today another airline announced layoffs.

  Hong Kong Airlines said that due to the continuing impact of the epidemic, about 250 cabin attendants were cut on the same day, and it will provide compensation for all affected cabin attendants in accordance with the terms of the employment contract and labor laws.

  Hong Kong Airlines pointed out that in the past year, in response to travel restrictions, it has reluctantly made major adjustments to the scale of operations. The continuous adjustment has not only greatly affected income, but it is also expected that in the foreseeable future, the demand for cabin attendants will also decrease. Layoff decision.

The company reiterated that it will continue to do its best to persevere in the current epidemic, and always adhere to safety and customer service standards.