Vice Director of Civil Aviation Administration Meets with the Chairman of Taigu Group, the major shareholder of Cathay Pacific Airlines

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 Vice Director of Civil Aviation Administration Meets with the Chairman of Taigu Group, the major shareholder of Cathay Pacific Airlines


On August 12, Cui Xiaofeng, deputy director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, met with Shi Minglun, chairman of the Archean Group, on an appointment in Beijing.

According to a previous report on Observer. com, the ownership structure shows that the largest shareholder of Cathay Pacific Airlines is Swire Pacific Limited, which accounts for 45% of the shares, and the latter is a subsidiary of the old British Yanghang Taigu Group in Hong Kong.

Archean Group has about 133,000 employees worldwide. Its core business is located in the Asia-Pacific region. Hong Kong and the Mainland of China are the main operating sites. Its business covers real estate, aviation, beverage and food chain, marine services, trade and so on.

On the 12th, Cathay Pacific CEO He Xiao issued an employee letter, responding to the illegal assembly of employees of Cathay Pacific Airlines today and in the near future.

Hong Kong Cathay Pacific crew encouraged flight attendants to take sick leave to fly inland routes

Hong Kong media again revealed that a Cathay Pacific crew members openly shouted to disobey the orders of the Civil Aviation Administration. They also encouraged other flight attendants to take collective sick leave, strike inland routes, or take a series of non-cooperative operations on flights to the inland.

When police arrested Cathay Pacific womens flight uniform, they were surrounded by demonstrators and shouted for release.

Hong Kong police arrested an extreme demonstrator, Cathay Pacific Airlines flight attendant, on Nathan Road at 9 p.m. on October 10. When the police arrested the woman, they were surrounded by a large number of demonstrators and shouted for release.