Indonesia has become a virtual no-go zone for Hong Kong tourists since anti-Chinese riots erupted. Travel agents estimate 70 per cent fewer travellers are visiting Indonesia compared with last year, with only Bali attracting significant bookings. At Kai Tak airport yesterday, Cathay Pacific's CX719 flight to Jakarta left only 45 per cent full, carrying reporters dispatched to cover the unfolding crisis, and Indonesians heading home. One international television news crew left with hard hats and gas masks. 'We are prepared for whatever might happen to us,' a member of the team said. Cathay Pacific managing director David Turnbull said the passenger slump had prompted the airline to consider cutting one of its two daily flights to Jakarta. The schedule was being reviewed weekly. '[Unrest] hasn't affected us or our staff, but if it affects the economy then we have to think again,' Mr Turnbull said. Wing On Travel Services' Steve Fung Chung-yuen said up to 20 people cancelled Indonesian holidays last week. 'People in Hong Kong are concerned as they are Chinese and the people being attacked now are mostly Chinese,' he said.