Cathay Pacific ground support members work at the Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, Oct 21, 2020. (VINCENT YU / AP)

HONG KONG – Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants Union said it will start work-to-rule industrial action from Thursday, amid an ongoing dispute over what it has described as long hours that management had not addressed.

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The 3,000-strong union has said cabin crew face a number of challenges, including shortened layover periods, unfair roster arrangements and cuts in manpower.