Nearly 200 flights were canceled on Monday, and dozens were canceled yesterday after thousands of protesters occupied Hong Kong airport.
Flights have now resumed and airlines are reaching out to confused, stranded passengers.
Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong’s flagship carrier, said today that flights and check-in services are operating as usual, but “there is potential for further flight disruptions at short notice.” The airline said all charges and fare differences will be waived for certain ticket changes, and passengers whose flights were canceled have been re-booked onto new flights. Those who booked directly with Cathay are allowed one free ticket change.
Many airlines haven’t released updates since yesterday, when they announced flight cancellations — but the airport’s website shows that flights across various airlines are on schedule to depart today.
The airlines listed as operating on the website include Eastar Jet, Asiana Airlines, Hong Kong Airlines, AirAsia, Cathay Dragon and more.
The airport told CNN that it had implemented a flight rescheduling system yesterday, but was unsure how long it will take to clear the backlog.
Check the list of departing and arriving flights here.