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Cathay Pacific supports HK-GBA strengthened connectivity initiatives

Specifically, it welcomes the planned establishment of a high-end aviation industrial cluster.

Cathay Pacific welcomes the Hong Kong government's confidence in and commitment to Hong Kong's status as a leading international aviation hub, as outlined in the 2021 Policy Address given today by chief executive Carrie Lam.

Specifically, the airline supports the planned establishment of a high-end aviation industrial cluster in Zhuhai and the Hong Kong International Aviation Academy's efforts to help nurture aviation-related talents for Hong Kong, Zhuhai, and the Greater Bay Area.

According to CEO Augustus Tang, "Cathay Pacific has proudly been the home airline of Hong Kong for 75 years, during which time we have seen and contributed significantly to the development of our home city into a leading international aviation and logistics hub. We share the confidence of the Government and the Chief Executive that this status can be consolidated and enhanced, leveraging on Hong Kong's geographical advantage, managerial expertise and extensive talent pool."

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