Written by: Zhong Yan
Last update date: 2021-06-15 19:55
Hong Kong Airlines has implemented internal reorganization and cut-offs and launched a voluntary long-term paid leave plan. It also suspended its A320 fleet and moved out of Citygate headquarters.
Chen Liwen, general manager of Hong Kong Airlines Ground Service Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Hong Kong Airlines, sent a letter to employees today (15) stating that operations will cease on July 1, and will deal with staff issues with the team in the next few weeks, including layoffs or transfers. "Deeply regret" the affected employees.
The letter pointed out that unpaid leave and other cost-cutting measures could no longer sustain the operation of the company. It is also expected that the tourism industry will not recover before 2024.
Hong Kong Airlines sent a letter to employees of its subsidiary Hong Kong Airlines Ground Service Co., Ltd., stating that it would cease operations on July 1.
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The Hong Kong Airlines Ground Service Company stated in the letter that this is an inevitable business decision. It also thanks its employees for their years of dedication. It points out that it will lay off staff and transfer jobs, and will also make the airline's ground handling work smooth. Handed over to the designated service operator.
The company said that it has worked very hard to reduce costs, including the introduction of unpaid leave, but reluctantly, the measures cannot continue to allow the company to continue to operate in the challenging years in the future, and it has no choice to stop operations.
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