hongkongflyer wrote:Fortress11 wrote:hongkongflyer wrote:
It is a loophole. Originally exemptions are given to cargo flight crews because of its necessary to keep HK running.
Then CX creatively find that they could schedule it as outbound passenger flight then back as a cargo flight so that more crews will not be subject to quarantine,
so that more crews are available for future flights & reduce the numbers of crew needed for closed loop operation, which could save CX's costs.
CX's intention to utilize the loophole + few irresponsible crews who break the rules make CX and HK society as a whole to pay for it.
Shame on CX and those irresponsible crews!!!
I'm not sure whether you're an antagonist or simply unable to comprehend what has previously been written, but these were not loopholes that CX "creatively" circumvented, these were government issued directives that CX followed. Your inability/unwillingness to acknowledge basic facts is staggering, but mostly inline with the misinformed general public who are intent on throwing CX under the bus for everything. I sure am glad I resigned from CX and I'm no longer surrounded by a society with the likes of you - who haven't a clue what its been like for crew and their families over the past 2 years.
For your information, I have plenty of friends working in CX as the FA and all of them are very upset about what their colleague have done.
For your information, I also have plenty of friends and former colleagues at CX and all of them are very upset with the government for the complete decimation of their careers and livelihoods, not to mention the imposed imprisonment every single time they go to work.
As someone who isn't subjected to the never ending plethora of illogical rules, your wilful condonement of the day-to-day insanity crews are facing without any regard for their welfare is shameful! And before you pass judgment on any crew members, go and put yourself in their shoes for 2 years and see if you still hold the same opinion.