Apr 23, 2019
Cathay Pacific to crack down on 'pilferage'
AFP Cathay Pacific has vowed to act after stories emerged of food, drink and other items being stolen from planes. Reports said cabin crew were to blame, but the airline's boss, Rupert Hogg, said the blame may lie elsewhere. "The bigger issue is a pilferage issue and it may not necessarily be around cabin crew," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme. The email added that employees could only take items for personal consumption and could be punished for taking anything else - even if they believed it was going to be thrown away or wasted. "In a statement, the airline said:"In view of an increasing number of reported losses of company property, we have informed our cabin crew that random inspections will be carried out.
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