Hong Kong airport reschedules flights
14 Aug 2019 - by
Hong Kong International Airport will implement flight rescheduling on August 14, following two consecutive days of protests that resulted in the cancellation of all flights at the airport.
Passengers are reminded to pay attention to the latest flight information through the airport’s website and confirm their flights before heading to the airport, according to the statement.
Meanwhile, the airport authority has obtained an interim injunction to restrain protesters from gathering in the airport, except in designated areas.
SAA has said in a statement that it will resume flights between Johannesburg and Hong Kong from August 14.
The airline will provide all necessary assistance to all its booked passengers, including those who may need to travel to points beyond Johannesburg and Hong Kong, the statement reads.
The following flights will operate as per published schedule: