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Flights have resumed Wednesday at Hong Kong International Airport after police broke up protests that had caused massive flight cancellations over the prior two days.
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific on Wednesday said it "will be operating our flights today as scheduled," and it still is waiving change fees on some tickets for travel through Friday as its operations normalize. About 1,000 flights have been canceled at Hong Kong's airport over the past five days, and Cathay alone has canceled 272 flights over the past two days, according to the Financial Times.
The airport, meanwhile, has secured a court injunction to prevent protests from blocking passenger activity and to contain demonstrations to an "area designed by the Airport Authority." On Wednesday, access to the airport was limited only to ticketed passengers.
In a statement emailed to media, protestors apologized to travelers: "It is not our intention to cause delays to your travels, and we do not want to cause inconvenience to you. We ask for your understanding and forgiveness as young people in Hong Kong continue to fight for freedom and democracy."
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