One of Asia's largest airlines is facing a revolt from pilots, who say Hong Kong's multi-week quarantines are endangering their mental health
12 days ago - By Business Insider
Cathay acknowledged to Reuters in a statement that pilot resignations have risen beyond normal levels since the end of October. LAURENT FIEVET/Getty Images
Cathay Pacific pilots are quitting over Hong Kong's strict quarantine rules.
Cathay has been running "closed-loop" rosters involving five weeks locked in hotel rooms and then two weeks off at home.
"I don't think I can keep this up," one Cathay pilot, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Reuters.
One of Asia's largest airlines, Cathay Pacific, is facing a revolt from pilots who say Hong Kong's tough quarantine rules under its...
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