Cathay Pacific Scandal
August 16, 2011 by USA Post
Cathay Pacific Scandal, Widely circulated photos of the crewmembers Cathay Pacific, apparently involved in a sexual act have postponed the launch of an air campaign, according to the New York Times. The motto “knows your team go the extra mile to make you feel special.”
The second installment of the international campaign focused on employees of the company should launch next month, but was postponed until 01 October, the Times reported.
“The first time does not suit us,” said an airline spokesman told the newspaper.
The photographs, which were widely distributed online last week, show two crew members apparently engaged in oral sex. The airline announced Friday that two employees are no longer the airline. Cathay Pacific also said there was no indication that the incidents occurred during the flight.
“Let me be very clear on one thing: it seems reckless conduct that soils the reputation of our company or our team members is totally unacceptable,” said CEO John Slosar Cathay Pacific said in a statement.
Cathay Pacific has not released the identities of former employees for legal reasons.
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