Cathay Pacific Sex
August 16, 2011 by staff
Cathay Pacific Sex, A sex scandal has forced Cathay Pacific to review a marketing campaign that bills the company as “the team go the extra mile to make you feel special,” said a company spokesman said Sunday.
The Hong Kong airline launched an investigation last week after photos were posted online of a woman in a red suit his uniform resembles the cabin crew who performs oral sex on a man, apparently her boyfriend, board.
Cathay Two employees later left the company, but the episode embarrassing – that took place in the cckpit – has caused the airline to consider postponing its “People and Service” campaign.
“We are considering holding back the campaign for a time because time does not suit us at this time,” said a spokesman, noting that the “extra mile” slogan was launched in 2010.
The appearance of the photos of sex is considered to have committed the advertising campaign, where the cabin crew and staff to appear on billboards and spaces in newspapers and magazines, a newspaper report.
“The timing of this scandal, I really could not have been worse in terms of marketing,” a source in the management of Cathay was quoted as saying the Sunday Morning Post.
“The possibility that the slogan and the campaign to be misunderstood, or ridiculed and satirized in the light of the facts cabin, obviously.”
The slogan was used in online ads on Sunday, although the spokesman, citing confidentiality reasons, told AFP he could not later be used to reveal whether on billboards or advertising.
Cathay CEO John Slosar said in a statement released late on Friday that two crew members “appearing in compromising situations” in the pictures “are not employees over the company.”
It was unclear if the couple were fired or resigned voluntarily, as the airline said it would not disclose details.
The airline declined to say whether the incident took place in the cckpit, but said the investigation found no evidence to suggest the act occurred in any of their flights, while in the air.
The unidentified man in the photo, which was said to be a pilot, but was not wearing a uniform of Cathay pilot, reportedly told a local newspaper that the pictures were stolen from his personal computer.
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