Cathay Pacific says the personal data of up to 9.4 million passengers have been accessed in the latest security breach to hit the aviation industry.
Passport numbers, email addresses and expired credit card details were among the data leaked.
Chief executive Rupert Hogg apologised and said there was “no evidence” the information had been misused.
It comes weeks after British Airways revealed a major data leak had hit its customers.
The Hong Kong carrier said a wide range of personal information was accessed including passport details, identity card numbers, travel history and email addresses.
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