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Hong Kong airport resumes operations with over 200 flights still canceled

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Beijing, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Screenshot of notice by Hong Kong International Airport
2. Screenshot of statement by Hong Kong Airlines
3. Screenshot of notice by Air China
4. Screenshot of notice by Civil Aviation Administration of China

Hong Kong, China - Aug 12, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of information board showing canceled flights
6. Various of passengers at service counter, airport staff working at counter
7. Various of closed stores inside airport terminal, resting area
8. Passengers at terminal hall

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The Hong Kong International Airport resumed operations on Tuesday, one day after all flights were canceled due to a protest.

Still, over 200 flights in and out of Hong Kong have been canceled on Tuesday, according to the website of the airport authority.

Passengers have been advised to pay attention to the latest flight information through the airport's website and its mobile app.

A large group of travelers can still be seen queuing in the terminal for check-in on Tuesday. Airport staff said some airlines have changed small planes into larger ones in order to transport more travelers.

Monday's protest has severely disrupted the normal operations of the airport, one of the busiest in the world, and affected more than 800,000 people's livelihoods which depend on the airport's industry chains.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, Hong Kong Airlines strongly condemned the protesters' blatant challenge to the bottom line of "one country, two systems" principle, and expressed firm support to the government and police in enforcing the law and putting down the riots.

The incident severely disrupted Hong Kong's air traffic, forcing many airlines to make adjustment.

Air China published a notice on Tuesday to inform travelers of over 20 affected flights, saying it has increased its capacity on the air route between Beijing and China's southern city of Shenzhen.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China also said on its website on Monday that it has arranged domestic airlines to enhance carrying capacity and help travelers reschedule and cancel tickets to ensure their normal trips.

The protest has incurred strong objections from seven labor unions of Hong Kong's civil aviation, which urged the protesters to immediately stop their illegal acts at the airport.

In a statement published on Monday, the unions pointed out that the acts of the protesters have damaged the international image of Hong Kong and severely reduced the volume of passenger and freight transport of the airport, and their illegal blockage of the airport will continue to undermine Hong Kong's economy and the airport staff's livelihoods.

The unions also appealed to all of its employees and Hong Kong residents not to participate in this kind of illegal activity.

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China-HK Airport/Resumption

Hong Kong airport resumes operations with over 200 flights still canceled

Dateline : Aug 12-13, 2019

Location : Beijing/Hong Kong,China

Duration : 1'28

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Beijing, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Screenshot of notice by Hong Kong International Airport
2. Screenshot of statement by Hong Kong Airlines
3. Screenshot of notice by Air China
4. Screenshot of notice by Civil Aviation Administration of China

Hong Kong, China - Aug 12, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
5. Various of information board showing canceled flights
6. Various of passengers at service counter, airport staff working at counter
7. Various of closed stores inside airport terminal, resting area
8. Passengers at terminal hall


The Hong Kong International Airport resumed operations on Tuesday, one day after all flights were canceled due to a protest.

Still, over 200 flights in and out of Hong Kong have been canceled on Tuesday, according to the website of the airport authority.

Passengers have been advised to pay attention to the latest flight information through the airport's website and its mobile app.

A large group of travelers can still be seen queuing in the terminal for check-in on Tuesday. Airport staff said some airlines have changed small planes into larger ones in order to transport more travelers.

Monday's protest has severely disrupted the normal operations of the airport, one of the busiest in the world, and affected more than 800,000 people's livelihoods which depend on the airport's industry chains.

In a statement issued on Tuesday, Hong Kong Airlines strongly condemned the protesters' blatant challenge to the bottom line of "one country, two systems" principle, and expressed firm support to the government and police in enforcing the law and putting down the riots.

The incident severely disrupted Hong Kong's air traffic, forcing many airlines to make adjustment.

Air China published a notice on Tuesday to inform travelers of over 20 affected flights, saying it has increased its capacity on the air route between Beijing and China's southern city of Shenzhen.

The Civil Aviation Administration of China also said on its website on Monday that it has arranged domestic airlines to enhance carrying capacity and help travelers reschedule and cancel tickets to ensure their normal trips.

The protest has incurred strong objections from seven labor unions of Hong Kong's civil aviation, which urged the protesters to immediately stop their illegal acts at the airport.

In a statement published on Monday, the unions pointed out that the acts of the protesters have damaged the international image of Hong Kong and severely reduced the volume of passenger and freight transport of the airport, and their illegal blockage of the airport will continue to undermine Hong Kong's economy and the airport staff's livelihoods.

The unions also appealed to all of its employees and Hong Kong residents not to participate in this kind of illegal activity.

ID : 8118687

Published : 2019-08-13 14:08

Last Modified : 2019-08-13 20:08:36

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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