Hong Kong’s sorry saga of the Cathay Pacific pilots fired after suspected Covid breach in Germany

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South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Hong Kong’s sorry saga of the Cathay Pacific pilots fired after suspected Covid breach in Germany” – below is their description.

There is a lesson to be learned from the saga of three Cathay Pacific pilots recently fired in a case linked to a violation of pandemic isolation rules, says the SCMP’s Cliff Buddle. He argues that in Hong Kong’s current risk-averse environment, there are serious and far-reaching consequences for what the city’s flagship airline describes as a “serious breach” of requirements for crew while overseas.

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