Cathay Pacific Airways predicts revenue for August will be affected significantly by this summer’s mass civil protests in Hong Kong, weakening inbound and outbound traffic. The Hong Kong-based airline said its July traffic figures, released Aug. 21, were not hurt much by the protests, but expects that will not be the case for its next monthly report. “We anticipate a much more significant impact to our revenue in August and onwards,” Cathay chief customer and commercial ...

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