Cathay Pacific Airlines: Arrested women who are not employees of Cathay Pacific Airlines

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 Cathay Pacific Airlines: Arrested women who are not employees of Cathay Pacific Airlines


In response to the illegal rally, the Hong Kong government responded that during the illegal rally in Kowloon and the New Territories on October 10, demonstrators damaged public property and even blocked several main roads, including the Kowloon entrance and exit of the Hung Hom Harbour Tunnel, causing serious traffic jams and seriously affecting emergency services and commercial activities.

The Hong Kong government pointed out that some demonstrators set fire in different places at night, endangering the safety of citizens. In response to these illegal gatherings, some public service facilities need to be closed early to ensure the safety of users. These ongoing illegal activities have greatly affected the daily lives of citizens.

On the evening of September 9, in response to the safety risks and hidden dangers exposed by Cathay Pacific Airlines in several recent incidents, the Civil Aviation Administration of China issued a major aviation safety risk warning to Cathay Pacific Airlines, pointing out that the company had successively witnessed such incidents as pilotsinvolvement in violent assaults, charged with riots but not stopped flying activities, and malicious leaks of flight passenger information. There are hidden dangers that seriously threaten aviation safety, resulting in adverse social impact and increasing the risk of imported aviation safety from Hong Kong to the Mainland.

The Civil Aviation Administration also made three requests to Cathay Pacific, including that all persons who participated in and supported illegal demonstrations, violent shocks and excessive acts should immediately stop flying to the Mainland or perform all official activities related to air transport activities in the Mainland from 0:00 on the 10th; and that all persons who participated in and supported illegal demonstrations, violent shocks and acts of excessive conduct should immediately stop flying to the Mainland and from 0:00 on the The Mainland Operational Qualification Authorization Agency shall submit the identity information of all crew members flying to and over the Mainlands airspace, and shall not receive the flight without verification and approval.

Subsequently, Cathay Pacific 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.

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