HKAOA

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HKAOAHong Kong Aircrew Officers Association
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The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association (HKAOA), which represents pilots with Cathay Pacific Airways, has stated that it will be continuing its work-to-rule industrial action.
''A number of these delays appear to have been caused by the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association (AOA) disruption plan,'' Cathay Pacific's corporate development director Tony Tyler charged.
The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association (HKAOA) has issued its members with a directive requiring pilots to increase vigilance and to adhere strictly to safety aspects of 18 specific areas of operation, Reuters reported.
The pilots' union, the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association, voted overwhelmingly last week to back ''limited industrial action'' from Saturday if talks with the company fail.
The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association has indicated that it is planning to sue Cathay Pacific Airways over the recent firing of some 50 pilots during an industrial dispute.
The pilots' union, the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association, did not give details of the planned action, which was supported by 92% of its 1,260 members after a two-hour extraordinary general meeting.
The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association, which has been conducting a go-slow action for the last three weeks due to a labour dispute, also claims that the airline has tried to increase pilots' workload by 50%.
The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association, which represents pilots with Cathay Pacific Airways, indicated on Friday (20 July) that it would reject the carrier's proposal for a new overtime offer.
Members of the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association have voted to continue with a 15-day go-slow action over pay and rostering issues with Cathay Pacific Airways.
Officials with the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association, which represents the pilots, have claimed however that the work slowdown - which involves rigorously adhering to safety procedures and work rules - has not caused any flight cancellations.
A spokesperson for the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association, which represents the pilots, stated that the union's members would not back down from their action due to 'threats and intimidation' from Cathay Pacific and called the employment history review 'a disgraceful and shameful act', according to The Associated Press.
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