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Hong Kong’s Cathay says September passenger traffic slumps

Seattle Times Friday, 18 October 2019
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific says passenger traffic slumped last month on plummeting demand from mainland Chinese travelers. The carrier’s September traffic figures released Friday are the latest sign that mainland visitors are staying away from the semiautonomous Chinese city as pro-democracy protests continue. The company said flight bookings to mainland […]
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