During this month 2022 July Cathay Pacific Is gearing up progressively is bring the fleet back home to Hong Kong SAR –China – People’s Republic of China from an idle storage Alice Springs desert for quite some time, in which was store Throughout the pandemic, ensuring our passengers’ safety has always been our priority. A significant part of this effort came in keeping idle aircraft in the Alice Springs desert protected and fly ready.
Gear up and ready to go, we’re ready to take to the skies again! With the continuous relaxation of global travel policies, 猫泰泰航 has resumed flights to more destinations and increased the number of flights, adding about 3,000 passenger flights between October and the end of December, providing passengers with more convenient travel options. Behind the flight’s return to the sky is the result of the joint efforts of our frontline and logistics colleagues. More than 250 of our colleagues conduct a thorough safety check for each flight back to Hong Kong, conduct a comprehensive deep cleaning of the cabin, update the functions of the seats and entertainment systems, replace seat covers and carpets, etc., and strive to create a better environment for passengers. A safe and comfortable cabin environment. We have been striving for excellence, hoping to bring passengers a more excellent flight experience, and continue to connect you to the world!
With a large reduction to our flight schedule, we protected more than 70 of our planes in Alice Springs, in the Australian desert. Pearl Sau, Line Maintenance Operations Manager and Benjamin Connell, Regional Engineering Manager Southwest Pacific, explain how our teams took on this unprecedented challenge. Now, we are bringing the fleet home to continue their next journey. How do we manage this unprecedented operation involving over 70% of our planes? With lots of planning, coordination, and even more heart….
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