Hong Kong’s crew quarantine measures have slashed the city’s air cargo capacity, pushing freighters to competing hubs in South China.
In an update to customers yesterday, Cathay Pacific said it had lost 25% of cargo capacity last month, after restrictions were introduced on 20 February.
“The biggest obstacle to normal operations remains the introduction of new crew quarantine measures,” said George Edmunds, general manager commercial cargo.
“These measures only affect airlines with Hong …
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