Cathay Pacific Airways pilots have implemented “work-to-rule” industrial action after long-running contract talks with the airline failed to produce an agreement, and it remains uncertain when the two parties will return to the negotiating table. The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association (HKAOA) instructed members to “perform their assigned duties in strict conformance with their existing conditions of service” beginning Dec. 4. This means the pilots would refuse ...

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