Nearly two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines workers are laid off or take pay cuts

Almost two-thirds of Hong Kong Airlines’ workforce has either been made redundant or opted to take a significant pay cut to keep their jobs, the Post has learned.The ailing airline, backed by the bankrupt HNA Group, started issuing redundancy notices on Wednesday.Of the company’s 2,100 employees, 60 per cent either lost their job or took a steep pay cut. Most of the cutbacks were among the airline’s cabin crew.According to one of the redundancy letters, the airline cited its recent disclosure…

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