Following the ultimatum issued by the government to Hong Kong Airlines to find a cash injection to pay its employees by 7 December or risk losing its operating license, the airline has found the sufficient capital to continue operations. While it hasn’t become public knowledge of where the cash has come from, many believe it is through its owners Hainan Group, which secured a loan of 4.4 billion HKD ($560 million), just days before the government’s deadline. Hong Kong Airlines Chairman Hou Wei released a statement on Wednesday saying the airline would be receiving a cash injection that would be sufficient
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