The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has ordered Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways to report to mainland authorities the identities of all crew members participating in or supporting Hong Kong anti-government protests. The CAAC directed Cathay to comply with the order by Aug. 11; if the agency does not approve the crew members to work on flights to or from mainland China, their flights will not be permitted. Cathay flights to destinations beyond China but using mainland ...

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