South African Airways suspends flights to Hong Kong to curb losses

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Strike-hit South African Airways (SAA) said on Thursday it would suspend all flights between Johannesburg and Hong Kong from Nov. 23 up to and including Dec. 14 to curb significant financial losses on the route.

SAA, which is running out of cash because of the week-long strike over wages and job cuts, said the losses had been exacerbated by political tensions in Hong Kong. (Reporting by Alexander Winning Editing by Tim Cocks)