Cathay Pacific cabin crew approve industrial action

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Cathay Pacific's cabin crew have voted in favour of an industrial action after their salary negotiations with the Hong Kong-based carrier broke down.

The Flight Attendant's Union (FAU) said it may implement work-to-rule measures to begin with, which could limit the services offered to passengers.

However, it has warned that if the airline does not resume negotiations, it may proceed on a full strike.

Jennifer Pak reports.

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