Cathay Pacific flight update
(Updated as of HKT1100, 4 July 2001)
04 Jul 2001
Updated as of 11:00am
Cathay Pacific Airways today announced that 25 of its flights experienced delays of 15 minutes or more yesterday, Tuesday, 3 July. This was out of a total 157 flights. As of 10.30 am today, Wednesday, 4 July, a further three flights have been delayed by 15 minutes or more. Some of these delays appear to have been caused by pilot industrial action. The airline will be looking closely into these flights to fully establish the facts.
Cathay Pacific will continue to monitor the situation and keep its passengers fully updated on the situation.
Cathay Pacific's Director Corporate Development Tony Tyler said: "We sincerely apologise to our passengers for any inconvenience being caused by these flight delays."
Cathay Pacific recommends that passengers should call the following passenger enquiry hotlines before going to the airport in order to obtain the latest information. The hotlines will remain open between 7:00 am and 8:00 pm until further notice.
Chinese-language hotline: 2747-8888
English-language hotline: 2747-8999
Information will also be updated on www.cathaypacific.com