Hong Kong Airport, which had ceased operations in the wake of protests, resumed takeoff and landing this morning. However, some flights may still be canceled or delayed.
This is correspondent to Beijing Jung Sung-yeop.
Hong Kong Airport said it will resume operation at 6 am local time and 7 am local time.
At Hong Kong Airport, check-in is done, and aircraft take off and landing are running smoothly in the morning.
The airport said it is working closely with airlines to reschedule flights, but said some flights could be canceled or delayed.
The government suspended the airport yesterday after protesters opposed the criminal extradition legislation.
As a result, more than 230 international flights to and from Hong Kong were canceled.
Passengers stuck to the airport due to sudden flight cancellations were confused.
[Traveler: I just received a flight cancellation notice a few minutes ago. I'm quite confused now. No one can help.]
The number of Korean tourists bound in Hong Kong is estimated at 1,200.
The airlines are said to have a plan for returning certain urgent passengers to neighboring airports such as Macau and Shenzhen, and returning the rest on flights today or tomorrow.
Domestic flights to and from Hong Kong Airport are scheduled to resume this afternoon.
Most of the 5,000 protesters who occupied the airport in a sit-in were mostly dissolved.
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Hong Kong Airport, which had ceased operations in the wake of the protests, resumed takeoff and landing this morning. However, some flights may still be canceled or delayed. This is correspondent to Beijing Jung Sung-yeop.