Flights Resume at Hong Kong Airport After a Violent Night of Protests
Flights at Hong Kong International Airport mostly resumed on Wednesday morning, after violent clashes broke out between demonstrators and police on Tuesday night.
“We are trying to clear the backlog of passengers through flight rescheduling,” an Airport Authority representative told TIME. Around 50 flights remain cancelled according to the airport’s web site.
The partial resumption of operations follows several days of anti-government protests that culminated in the cancellatio...