A Cathay Pacific plane takes off from Hong Kong International Airport. Bookings from Asian cities to Hong Kong have dropped since protests started in June. Photo: Felix Wong A Cathay Pacific plane takes off from Hong Kong International Airport. Bookings from Asian cities to Hong Kong have dropped since protests started in June. Photo: Felix Wong
A Cathay Pacific plane takes off from Hong Kong International Airport. Bookings from Asian cities to Hong Kong have dropped since protests started in June. Photo: Felix Wong

Extradition protests hammer Hong Kong economy as experts report drops in air travel, retail sales and hotel revenue

  • Economic damage ‘obvious’, lawmaker says, with recent slumps reported across crucial sectors
  • Airline bookings to Hong Kong slumped by 9 per cent in last two weeks of June, industry group says

Topic |   Hong Kong aviation
A Cathay Pacific plane takes off from Hong Kong International Airport. Bookings from Asian cities to Hong Kong have dropped since protests started in June. Photo: Felix Wong A Cathay Pacific plane takes off from Hong Kong International Airport. Bookings from Asian cities to Hong Kong have dropped since protests started in June. Photo: Felix Wong
A Cathay Pacific plane takes off from Hong Kong International Airport. Bookings from Asian cities to Hong Kong have dropped since protests started in June. Photo: Felix Wong
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