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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Leaning on its SARS experience, Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd ( 0293.HK ) has slashed flights, asked staff to take unpaid leave and is re-assessing its fleet as it battles an epidemic and a crisis of morale after pro-democracy protests. FILE PHOTO: A Cathay Pacific flight flies over the city of Hong Kong, China September 6, 2019. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh. Planes are parked unused at its home airport, flights across its network like Rome and Washington have been canceled because of low demand, and the airline is temporarily closing some of its premium lounges. Cathay used a similar playbook during previous shocks, including the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndr... Full story

14 February