The AA appeals that passengers who do not take flights today should avoid going to the airport as much as possible and that passengers who go to the airport should use public transport as much as possible. The AA also indicated that it would maintain close communication with airlines and business partners and hoped that the airport would resume normal operation as soon as possible.
Some demonstrators in Hong Kong have been planning to launch a large-scale three strikes (strikes, strikes, strikes) in an attempt to create chaos and paralyse Hong Kongs traffic. On August 5, Hong Kong International Airport cancelled at least 170 flights, suspended the service of the Airport Express Line, suspended multiple lines of the Hong Kong Railway and overcrowded bus stops. Hong Kong residents complained.
Hong Kong Airport will implement entry and exit control arrangements from 12 noon on the 12th.
Overseas Network, August 12, according to Hong Kong Wen Daily, the Hong Kong Airport Authority (AA) said today (12) that it had noticed that some people on the Internet launched public activities at the airport today. In order to maintain smooth operation, entry and exit control arrangements will continue to be implemented starting at 12 noon. Only departing passengers with valid tickets or departure boarding passports or valid passports within 24 hours, or airport employees with relevant documents, can enter the departure lobby of No. 1 Passenger Transport Building. The AA will launch the Airport Emergency Response Center and arrange for the presence of security personnel to assist passengers, appealing for sufficient time to travel to the airport.