YouTuber Jamie Zhu has come under fire after scamming his way into business class on an eight-hour Cathay Pacific flight last week.
With his acting skills and the use of an orthopedic boot, the stunt has now become a tutorial titled “How to Fly Business Class for Free,” which has gained more than 100,000 views since it was posted on Jan. 16.
Cathay Pacific former CEO Rupert Hogg complied with Chinese authorities when he was asked to give the names of employees who participated in the protest, but he only gave one: his own.
China’s Civil Aviation Administration pressured the airline to provide all the names of the people involved in the weeks-long Hong Kong protests.
Cathay Pacific Airways has made another human error in some of their first-class tickets and offered one-tenth of the price for its flight from Portugal to Hong Kong.
The mishap occurred on Sunday when the airline sold a one-way first-class ticket on partner carriers from Lisbon to London, Zurich or Frankfurt with connecting Cathay Pacific flights to Hong Kong as the airline reportedly has no direct flights to Portugal, according to South China Morning Post.
Hong Kong transportation company Cathay Pacific will honor first class and business class tickets which it mistakenly sold massively under market price.
For one, a return business flight in August from Da Nang to New York sold for about $675, a seat which typically costs around $6,000.
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific is facing backlash after a video of its staff carelessly handling passengers’ luggage went viral on social media.
In a 37-second video, two handlers are seen taking suitcases and other luggage from a conveyor belt before throwing them into a metal container.
Cathay Pacific is bringing a newly-painted aircraft “back to the shop” after a huge spelling mistake that would likely cost thousands of dollars.
The Hong Kong-based airline amused netizens when it poked fun at the spelling gaffe on Twitter yesterday.
A mainland Chinese passenger was recently arrested after having a fit and throwing orange juice at a Cathay Pacific flight attendant.
The 36-year-old Chinese woman was on the Cathay Pacific flight CX746 from Dubai to Hong Kong last Saturday when she became involved in an argument with a 25-year-old female flight attendant.