The departure hall at Hong Kong International Airport sits empty in late March. Photo: Sam Tsang The departure hall at Hong Kong International Airport sits empty in late March. Photo: Sam Tsang
The departure hall at Hong Kong International Airport sits empty in late March. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: as Hong Kong’s passenger numbers bottom out, daily departures can fit on one plane

  • As of April 2, the effective average passenger load on flights leaving the city stood at 2.7 per cent
  • With demand essentially non-existent, carriers around the globe are increasingly using passenger planes to fly cargo instead

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The departure hall at Hong Kong International Airport sits empty in late March. Photo: Sam Tsang The departure hall at Hong Kong International Airport sits empty in late March. Photo: Sam Tsang
The departure hall at Hong Kong International Airport sits empty in late March. Photo: Sam Tsang
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