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Cathay Pacific airlines is to terminate the 2 employees, who have allegedly tampered with the plane’s oxygen canisters

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The Cathay Pacific Group has terminated two of the airline’s employees for allegedly tampering with a Cathay Dragon, an airplane, the oxygen canister prior to flight.

The news of the partial empty bus, which was discovered Sept. 21 on a flight, on the way to Hong Kong, and Kuala Lumpur and is in the midst of the investigation, several other instances of the oxygen canisters that it interfered with the flights of Cathay Pacific airways.

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“Cathay Dragon is immediately reported to the Police in Hong Kong, which will be launched in a parallel investigation in the case. The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (CAD) has been informed,” the Cathay Pacific Group, said in a statement obtained by the South China Morning Post.

The partially empty bus that was allegedly found on a Cathay or Dragon air.
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“The airline is taking the matter very seriously,” the airline group said of the tampering incident, which is now seven years old. “Safety is always our number-one priority.”

The portable tanks are designed to be used by the flight crew in the event of a pressure drop across it, as the bottles would make for the cabin crew to be able to continue to be mobile on the device.

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The motive of the defendant, Cathay Pacific staff were not immediately clear, but the news comes after the airline group, the new CEO of August, Tong-Chin, is said to have dismissed the “scores” of members of staff over their alleged support for the protests in Hong Kong, the South China Morning Post reported. Staff members have also allegedly been warned not to take part in the protests.

“The airline is taking the matter very seriously,” the airline group of the tampering incident, which is now seven years old. “Safety is always our number-one priority.”
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The flight attendants are now instructed to thoroughly inspect a certain level of compartments, as well as the oxygen-tin, to move forward, to escape.

Latest news Cathay Pacific airways will, shortly after an American Airlines mechanic was charged with trying to tamper with an aircraft, in July, to try to turn on the instruments used to collect in-flight data. During the arrest, he confessed that he was dissatisfied with the negotiations between the airline and the mechanics of the union, the prosecutors later accused of him of the past, showing sympathy for the ISIS.

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Louis Casiano and Stephen Sorace, contributed to this report.

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