Cathay Pacific will not seek any further job cuts or government bailouts as it expects to return to normal flying levels by the end of the next year, the airline’s chairman has told lawmakers.Patrick Healy said on Monday that based on current estimates he believed the airline’s response to Covid-19, including its cost-slashing programme, would see it through the industry’s slow recovery.“The assumptions we have made for our business going forward … our liquidity position and balance sheet are…


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