Up to 150 extra flights were expected to come in and out of Hong Kong on Thursday, as the airport battled to get back on track after the disruption brought by Typhoon Hato.
Typhoon Hato was a powerful tropical cyclone that struck southern China, including Hong Kong and Macau, in August 2017. The storm caused 10 fatalities in Macau alone, and the destruction led businesses and schools to close for days.
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