Cathay Pacific Airways continues to see passenger numbers fall in September as anti-government protests in Hong Kong drag into the 20th week. In September, Cathay carried 2.4 million passengers, down 7.1% year-over-year (YOY), while passenger growth (RPKs) was up a scant 0.1%.  Cathay Pacific Group chief customer and commercial officer Ronald Lam warned the Hong Kong flag carrier’s second-half financial results would be worse than the first half.  While Cathay said it ...

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