China-HK Airport Protest/Impact

Illegal protests at airport severely impact Hong Kong's air traffic

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Hong Kong, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of empty check-in counter
2. Various of digital screens showing flight information
3. Protesters at airport
4. Various of people at airport
5. SOUNDBITE (English) U.S. passenger (name not given) (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"[Protesting] by closing down public facilities like an airport, or a railway station, I don't necessarily support that. There could be bit of negative impact here. Because I think this is a pretty forceful, quite a big protest that's going on here, airport's been closed yesterday. It's reported on news, so a lot of people know about it. So I feel like there will be some impact, hopefully the city can get in order pretty quickly."
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6. People at airport
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7. Various of passengers at airport
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Duan, passenger (full name not given) (starting with shot 7):
"I just want to go home now. It's a bit frightening to see so many protesters surrounding here. The protest happened when I arrived here, and again now when I'm leaving."
9. Staff member at airport
10. Passengers at airport

Storyline


The illegal protest at the Hong Kong International Airport has seriously affected the city's air traffic, and Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has promised to make arrangements for those who failed to complete the boarding procedure.

Flight check-in services were suspended at 16:30 Tuesday at the Hong Kong International Airport due to disruptive illegal rally. One day earlier, the act of protesters at the airport caused the cancellation of over 200 flights in and out of Hong Kong.

A large number of passengers had to change their travel schedule due to the situation.

A passenger from the U.S. said that such illegal protests may bring negative influence on the city’s normal order.

"[Protesting] by closing down public facilities like an airport, or a railway station, I don't necessarily support that. There could be bit of negative impact here. Because I think this is a pretty forceful, quite a big protest that's going on here, airport's been closed yesterday. It's reported on news, so a lot of people know about it. So I feel like there will be some impact, hopefully the city can get in order pretty quickly," he said.

A passenger from the Chinese mainland, surnamed Duan, said she had to change her travel schedule because of the protests, and she was a bit frightened.

"I just want to go home now. It's a bit frightening to see so many protesters surrounding here. The protest happened when I arrived here, and again now when I'm leaving," she said.


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China-HK Airport Protest/Impact

Illegal protests at airport severely impact Hong Kong's air traffic

Dateline : Aug 13, 2019

Location : Hong Kong,China

Duration : 1'43

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Pусский
  • Español
  • Deutsch


Hong Kong, China - Aug 13, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of empty check-in counter
2. Various of digital screens showing flight information
3. Protesters at airport
4. Various of people at airport
5. SOUNDBITE (English) U.S. passenger (name not given) (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"[Protesting] by closing down public facilities like an airport, or a railway station, I don't necessarily support that. There could be bit of negative impact here. Because I think this is a pretty forceful, quite a big protest that's going on here, airport's been closed yesterday. It's reported on news, so a lot of people know about it. So I feel like there will be some impact, hopefully the city can get in order pretty quickly."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
6. People at airport
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Various of passengers at airport
8. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Duan, passenger (full name not given) (starting with shot 7):
"I just want to go home now. It's a bit frightening to see so many protesters surrounding here. The protest happened when I arrived here, and again now when I'm leaving."
9. Staff member at airport
10. Passengers at airport


The illegal protest at the Hong Kong International Airport has seriously affected the city's air traffic, and Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has promised to make arrangements for those who failed to complete the boarding procedure.

Flight check-in services were suspended at 16:30 Tuesday at the Hong Kong International Airport due to disruptive illegal rally. One day earlier, the act of protesters at the airport caused the cancellation of over 200 flights in and out of Hong Kong.

A large number of passengers had to change their travel schedule due to the situation.

A passenger from the U.S. said that such illegal protests may bring negative influence on the city’s normal order.

"[Protesting] by closing down public facilities like an airport, or a railway station, I don't necessarily support that. There could be bit of negative impact here. Because I think this is a pretty forceful, quite a big protest that's going on here, airport's been closed yesterday. It's reported on news, so a lot of people know about it. So I feel like there will be some impact, hopefully the city can get in order pretty quickly," he said.

A passenger from the Chinese mainland, surnamed Duan, said she had to change her travel schedule because of the protests, and she was a bit frightened.

"I just want to go home now. It's a bit frightening to see so many protesters surrounding here. The protest happened when I arrived here, and again now when I'm leaving," she said.


ID : 8118748

Published : 2019-08-14 01:44

Last Modified : 2019-08-14 16:14:33

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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