Normal operations resume at Hong Kong airport as city braces for more protests
Hong Kong's Airport Authority said normal flight operations would resume on Thursday after protests forced the cancellation of nearly 1,000 ...
Heightened security would remain at the city's international airport and the Hong Kong Airport Authority said late on Wednesday an application for protests to be held in the terminal must be made in advance with a"Letter of No Objection" to be obtained from police.
Police detain a protester at Hong Kong International Airport on Aug 13, 2019. (Photo: AFP/Manan Vatsyayana)Read more: CNA
Hong Kong airport, a city’s symbol of pride, is now its hub of unrestHONG KONG — Hong Kong International Airport — sleek, modern and famously efficient — has helped symbolise the city’s stature as one of the world’s busiest and most important commercial hubs since it opened more than two decades ago.
Flights resume at Hong Kong airport after protestsFlights resumed Tuesday at Hong Kong airport a day after a massive pro-democracy rally there forced the shutdown of the busy international transport hub. The abrupt shutdown of one of the world's busiest hubs came after thousands of black-clad demonstrators flooded the airport for a peaceful rally
Hong Kong airport reopens after clashes; injunction issued to stop protesters obstructing operationsHONG KONG: Hong Kong's airport resumed operations on Wednesday (Aug 14), rescheduling hundreds of flights that had been disrupted over the past ...
Hong Kong airport obtains injunction to stop protesters obstructing operations as flights resumePolice showed up for the first time at the airport on Tuesday after multiple days of sit-in protests, which had been largely peaceful. . Read more at straitstimes.com.
Protesters return to Hong Kong airport after flights resumeAll flights to and from Hong Kong were expected to operate as scheduled on Tuesday, a Singapore Airlines spokesman said.. Read more at straitstimes.com. The photo you posted only has passengers ... How irresponsible!! Protest all you want but why ruining people plan? Public nuisance! Can’t the police kick them out?
Day after grounding all flights, anti-government protesters return to Hong Kong International AirportHONG KONG — Anti-government protesters have returned to Hong Kong airport, even as carriers strove to clear a backlog caused by a mass sit-in that led to an earlier shutdown.