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The Hong Kong International Airport started to resume operation on Wednesday
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Passengers are now able to conduct check-in procedures after tickets or purchase vouchers ar
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Dozens of protesters are still sitting outside one of the exits of the arri
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Earlier on Wednesday, the High Court in Hong Kong is
sued an interim injunction order to ban unlawful obstruction of airport operations.
The order, requested by the Airport Authority, prohibits an
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e airport, according to a statement issued by the Airport Authority at about 8:30 am.
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est or public order event in the airport other than in the area designated by the airport authority.
The interim injunction expressly provides that nothing in the interim injunction shall be construed as authori
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Sealed copies of the interim injunction order were posted at the airport at around 2:30 pm.
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ngers to show their identity documents and flight information before entering the airport.
Some protesters have been holding unauthorized public assemblies at the airport since Aug 9 and seriously o
bstructed the operation of the airport on Aug 12 and 13, causing a lot of flight cancellations.上海楼凤
Hundreds of flights were cancelled and thousands of passengers were left stranded.
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ernational Airport handled an average of 200,000 travelers each day in 2018.