Cathay Pacific, and its wholly owned subsidiary Hong Kong Dragon Airlines, will be “progressively” reducing its flights into mainland China by 90% as a result of the significant drop in demand for flights as a result of the Wuhan coronavirus, the carrier said in a statement yesterday.  The airline had earlier reduced flights into China by 50% and this further reduction will be accompanied by major contraction around the rest of its network over the next two months depending on market demand and unspecified “other factors”, which it said would impact flight frequencies. .  The carrier said that it expects

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