A flight leaves Hong Kong, but airlines in the city have already reduced passenger capacity on their services well into 2020. Photo: Felix Wong A flight leaves Hong Kong, but airlines in the city have already reduced passenger capacity on their services well into 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
A flight leaves Hong Kong, but airlines in the city have already reduced passenger capacity on their services well into 2020. Photo: Felix Wong

Airlines in Hong Kong extend cuts to passenger capacity into spring 2020, with air travel downturn to continue even if protests wane

  • Carriers slash capacity on commercial flights in first quarter of next year, which could mean millions fewer seats
  • Reduced availability on flights to run deep into 2020 even if anti-government unrest eases off in the new year

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A flight leaves Hong Kong, but airlines in the city have already reduced passenger capacity on their services well into 2020. Photo: Felix Wong A flight leaves Hong Kong, but airlines in the city have already reduced passenger capacity on their services well into 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
A flight leaves Hong Kong, but airlines in the city have already reduced passenger capacity on their services well into 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
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