In response, industry insiders said that after the severe warning issued by the National Civil Aviation Administration, Cathay Pacific Airlines announced that the handling of three employees could only be seen as a small step in the right direction. Just before the long-term motive of the grounding storm, there were also stewardesses participating in illegal gatherings under its flag. If Cathay Pacific did not deliberately connive, that would be a major mistake in its management. In addition, Cathay Pacific Airlines has not yet made a clear response to the strike involving more than 3,000 people. Such arrogant attitude has greatly reduced the trust of the industry and the public. Whether Cathay Pacific Airlines can guarantee the highest standards of flight safety and due quality of service in the future has become a huge question mark.
A spokesman for the Hong Kong Legislative Council Transport Committee, Chen Heng-ho, also said that Cathay Pacific Airlinesleaders and flight attendants participating in illegal rallies and demonstrations were not engaged in general amateur activities, but had been suspected of violating the law. If Cathay Pacific continues to ignore the interests of the general public and regards flight safety and high-quality service as a supply of political passion within the company, then it must bear the corresponding costs. (Zhang Shasha, Overseas Network)
Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Lin Chiheng_NY9285