Hong Kong Aircrew Federation of Trade Unions refused to accept Safety Warning Liang Zhenyings refutation

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 Hong Kong Aircrew Federation of Trade Unions refused to accept Safety Warning Liang Zhenyings refutation


In response, Liang Zhenying, Vice-Chairman of the CPPCC National Committee and former Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, sent an article in the social media on 9 August, severely refuting the statement of the Hong Kong Federation of Air Force WorkersTrade Unions:

Telegram Group issued a statement criticizing the requirements of the National Civil Aviation Administration, which seriously interfered with the freedom of Hong Kong crew members of Cathay Pacific Airlines and its wholly-owned subsidiaries.

I want to ask: Do Cathay Pacific employees have the freedom to publicly criticize their company? Do they have the freedom to fly after drinking? Are there any freedoms that can affect the companys image if life is not proper?

Among the thousands of industries, airlines have stringent requirements on staff in all aspects, and there are many restrictions on personal freedom. If you like people who are free and free, youd better leave the industry.

According to the CAAC website on August 9, the CAAC issued a major aviation safety risk warning to Cathay Pacific Airlines of Hong Kong in response to the safety risks and hidden dangers exposed in recent incidents. People participating in and supporting illegal demonstrations are required to stop flights to the Mainland immediately, and all flights to or over the Mainland are required to submit crew status checks.

Screenshot of CAAC website

Recently, Cathay Pacific Airlines in Hong Kong has suffered a series of incidents, such as pilotsinvolvement in violent assault charged with insurrection but not stopped flying activities, and malicious leaks of flight passenger information. These incidents have seriously threatened aviation safety, caused adverse social impact, and increased the risk of imported aviation safety from Hong Kong to the mainland.

(function () {(window. slotbydup = window. slotbydup | []). push ({id:6374560, container:ssp_6374560, size:300,250, display:inlay-fix, async: true});} (); in response, the Civil Aviation Administration has made three requirements for Cathay Pacific Airlines, including all participation in and support of illegal demonstrations and violent shocks since Saturday 0. Personnel who have acted excessively will immediately suspend flights to the Mainland or cease to perform all duties related to air transport activities in the Mainland. Starting from 0:00 on Sunday, they will submit their crew identities to the Mainland or fly over its airspace. They will not receive flights without verification and approval. Cathay Pacific will also submit them to the Mainland authorities before next Thursday. To submit measures and plans to strengthen internal supervision and enhance flight safety and security level. The Civil Aviation Administration will implement the warning requirements for Cathay Pacific to be supervised and handled in accordance with the law and regulations. Cathay Pacific Airlines said it had received instructions and was studying them carefully and would deal with them carefully and follow up. Cathay Pacific Airlines said that it always considers passenger safety as the primary consideration and maintains zero tolerance for any improper and unprofessional acts that may threaten aviation safety. Once found, it will seriously deal with them. On August 9, Cathay Pacific issued a statement declaring that Cathay Pacific has always supported one country, two systems and recognized Hong Kong as a part of China. The personal behavior of some employees does not represent the companys position. Cathay Pacific Group highly values the opportunity to develop its business in Hong Kong and the Mainland of China, and supports one country, two systems. This article is based on the following sources: Observer Network Responsible Editor: Zhou Xinyi_NB12002

In response, the Civil Aviation Administration has made three requests to Cathay Pacific Airlines of Hong Kong, including that all those who participated in and supported illegal demonstrations, violent shocks and excessive acts should immediately suspend flights in the Mainland or cease to perform all duties related to air transport activities in the Mainland from 0:00 a.m. on Sunday. The identity of the crew flying to or over the mainland airspace will not be accepted without verification. By next Thursday, Cathay Pacific will also submit to the mainland authorities measures to strengthen internal supervision and enhance flight safety and security. The Civil Aviation Administration will implement the warning requirements for Cathay Pacific to be supervised and handled in accordance with the law and regulations.

Cathay Pacific Airlines said it had received instructions and was studying them carefully and would deal with them carefully and follow up.

Cathay Pacific Airlines said that it always considers passenger safety as the primary consideration and maintains zero tolerance for any improper and unprofessional acts that may threaten aviation safety. Once found, it will seriously deal with them.

On August 9, Cathay Pacific issued a statement declaring that Cathay Pacific has always supported one country, two systems and recognized Hong Kong as a part of China. The personal behavior of some employees does not represent the companys position. Cathay Pacific Group values the opportunity to develop its business in Hong Kong and the Mainland of China and supports one country, two systems.