Cathay Pacific Airways’ pilots have voted to reject a tentative contract agreement, dealing a setback to the Hong Kong flag carrier’s turnaround efforts. The proposal was voted down by a significant margin, despite being endorsed by the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association (HKOA). With 96% of eligible members voting, the deal was rejected 1,775-483. Cathay and pilots have been in dispute over various contract terms since 2014. The stalemate led to the introduction of a ...

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