On Tuesday, several pro-democracy protesters has started a new rally at Airport in Hong Kong, a day after a gigantic demonstration has prompted a shutdown at the busy international travel hub.
Only few protesters stayed throughout the night, and flight services were resumed early in the morning at Hong Kong’s Airport. But by afternoon, thousands of protesters had returned, reply to a call for new rally.
Protesters dressed in signature black of the movement that started in opposition to a bill, which permitted extradition of mainland China but changes into a wider call for democratic freedom.
They also shouted “Stand With Hong Kong, Stand For Freedom” as flight passengers disturbed to catch the rescheduled and delayed flights wheeled their luggage through Hong Kong’s Airport.
On Monday, Airport Authority has to cancel all remaining flights after thousands of protesters have gathered in the building.
Early in the morning, flight operations have started. However, a massive blocklog of canceled flights meant many take-offs were cancelled and few were delayed.