Hong Kong Airport Operations Disrupted By Strike

Credit: HKAA
More than 220 flights to and from Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) were canceled Aug. 5 as air traffic controllers and other aviation workers went on strike as part of the territory’s civil protests. According to the South China Morning Post, at least 20 controllers took sick leave on the...

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