Less than 100 protesters remain at Arrival Hall B, Terminal 1, 272 Cathay Pacific flights cancelled in two days

Arrival Hall B, Terminal 1 at 7.45pm.

14th August 2019 – (Hong Kong) Court bailiffs arrived at 2.23pm today to stick the injunction order at the airport entrance. Several protesters attempted to give sweets to travellers as a token of apology but many refused to accept.

Airport Authority CEO, Lam attended a press conference jointly with several other government departments to explain the injunction order. Meanwhile, Cathay Pacific announced that a total 272 flights were cancelled in the last 2 days affecting 55,000 passengers. They further condemned the actions of protesters.

At 6.30pm today, there were less than 100 protesters at Arrival Hall B, Terminal 1, airport security did not seem to mind their presence in the wake of the court order.

Police officers were spotted at 7.10pm near bus terminus.
A contractor was seen erecting water filled barricades at Arrival Hall B, Terminal 1 at 7.45pm.