Public Health

Cathay Pacific monitors public health outbreaks closely to ensure that we protect the health and safety of our front line employees as well as the travelling public.

We monitor infectious disease outbreaks on an on-going basis and provide educational information as appropriate. A cross departmental task force may be activated in situations where there is potentially high risk and preventive steps are taken to ensure that any impact to our operations, staff and customers are minimised.

Food related incidents involving staff or passengers are investigated and action steps taken as appropriate.

We have a periodic schedule to test the water supply (both water heaters and tanks) as well as the air quality in our headquarter buildings.

Cabin air quality

All passenger aircraft are fitted with high efficiency air particulate (HEPA) filters that remove more than 99.7% of particulates and airborne bacteria. These are maintained and changed accordingly to the manufacturer's guidelines. Cabin air quality is randomly monitored and meets all relevant standards.

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