Canceled more than 300 flights even after the operation of Hong Kong International Airport
Hong Kong International Airport operations, which had been closed down by protesters' surprise occupation, resumed early in the morning, but more than 300 flights have been canceled. According to Hong Kong South China Morning Post and AFP, Hong Kong International Airport resumed check-in at around 6 am on that day.
Hong Kong International Airport operations, which had been closed down by protesters' surprise occupation, resumed early in the morning, but more than 300 flights have been canceled.
According to the Hong Kong South China Morning Post (SCMP) and AFP, Hong Kong International Airport resumed check-in at around 6 am on that day.
At the airport, the departure / arrival information monitors at airports are operating, and check-in is done at airline counters.
The airport, however, said it would reschedule the flight and that each flight could change.
According to the airport, as of 8:00 am (local time), 160 flights scheduled for departure from Hong Kong International Airport and 150 flights scheduled for arrival were canceled from midnight the previous day to 11:55 that night.
The airport asks users to pay attention to the latest information through websites, smartphone applications, etc., and to check for flight departure before moving on to the airport.
At the Hong Kong International Airport Departure Check-in counter, a long line was waiting for check-in, as travelers were unable to board the airliner due to flight cancellation.
Some travelers who stayed up all night at Hong Kong International Airport the other day were tired and slept in airport chairs.
For Korean Air, flight KE603 from Incheon International Airport will arrive at Hong Kong Airport around 11 am on this day, and flight KE604 to Incheon International Airport will depart around 12:05 during the day.
This includes five arrivals and five departures by midnight.
An official of Korean Air said, “We implemented emergency measures, such as changing the aircraft that was originally scheduled to fly with more seats. .
For Asiana Airlines, OZ721 from Incheon International Airport will arrive at Hong Kong Airport around 11am, and passengers will depart for Incheon International Airport at around 1:15 pm.
This includes two arrivals and two departures by midnight.
An Asiana Airlines official said, "The airport is very crowded, so passengers need to hurry to check in and enter the departure hall."
The day before Hong Kong International Airport was captured by anti-repatriation demonstrators, aviation authorities informed aviation workers around the world that the airport would be closed by a NOTAM notice. It would be.
Notam is a specialized form of notice sent by authorities to aviation workers, such as pilots, for the safe operation of aircraft.
Occupation of demonstrators canceled most of Hong Kong's airport operations except for a few flights on the night of 12th and dawn of 13th.
More than 10,000 protesters, who occupied the airport in a sit-in, mostly disbanded themselves, leaving a few.
They flew back to the airport in anger over a woman who was involved in protests against repatriation law and was in danger of blindness by a suspected police bullet shot or a bean bag gun.
Despite unprecedented airport occupancy and closures, there was no physical conflict between the crackdown and protesters.
Some protesters protested against the police's hard-line riots by covering their heads with bandages and covering one eye, showing sympathy for the injured protesters.
In the hand signs and bandages, phrases such as "Hong Kong police kill demonstrators" are criticized by the authorities for their excessive use of force.
After the majority of the demonstrators returned home, most of the banners and banners they used were removed, but the `` eye to eye '' graffiti remained everywhere.
Protesters urge urged supporters to meet at the airport again late afternoon, but it is not clear whether authorities will leave the meeting.
The day before, China's central government criticized protesters for taking over the airport and warned of possible intervention.
The Central People's Government's liaison office in Hong Kong said in a statement Monday, saying, "No one else in the world will tolerate such terrible and extreme acts of cruelty." "I blamed.
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