Flights out of HK airport cancelled due to protest
All flights leaving Hong Kong International Airport, except those that have completed boarding procedures, have been cancelled, local media reported.
Quoting the Airport Authority-Hong Kong (AA), RTHK reported this afternoon that the airport authority suspended the remaining outbound flights today after anti-government protesters occupied parts of the airport starting at 1 p.m. today.
The AA said it had established an emergency response center and urged affected passengers to check for updates through its website (https://www.hongkongairport.com/en/) or “My Flights” mobile app.
Flights bound for HK that are already in the air will be able to land but those that are still about to depart are expected to be delayed.