The South China Morning Post has reported that Hong Kong airport will cut number of flights able to take off or land overnight from summer 2017 by placing a night flying ban. Slots are already scarce at the airport and airlines have been requested early morning and late night flights. The aviation regulator is planning to declare that the maximum number of aircraft taking off and landing between 2am and 6.59am will be limited to 32 flights per hour, down from 37, according to the report from the SCMP. The number of flights will be restricted to 160 during that

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