Flights have resumed at Hong Kong Airport after hundreds were cancelled for the second consecutive day on Tuesday (13/08). Early today (Wednesday) flights appeared to be running as scheduled, though some still remain delayed or cancelled. Protesters flooded the terminal buildings on Tuesday which prompted Hong Kong’s biggest airline Cathay Pacific to advise against non-essential travel. On Monday (12/8), almost 200 flights were cancelled to and from Hong Kong with thousands of pro-democracy protesters shutting the airport following violent clashes with police over the weekend. After days of disruptions, the Airport Authority said it had obtained a temporary injunction banning protesters from
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