Hong Kong’s Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) is giving Hong Kong Airlines (HKA) until Dec. 7 to find a new investor or avenue to inject cash into its airline operations, or risk having its airline license revoked or suspended. The ATLA directive follows HKA’s recent announcement that it will be suspending November salaries for some employees, cutting off inflight entertainment services (IFE) services, and discontinuing its last long-haul flights to Vancouver, ...

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