Hong Kong Protest Disrupts Travel. Certain Airlines Allow Flight Changes Without Fees

Don’t want to go to Hong Kong right now because of ongoing protests? Some airlines are allowing travelers to change or cancel their flights without paying penalty fees. American Airlines, British Airways and Cathay Pacific posted online alerts after authorities on Monday closed the main international airport, where thousands of protesters were engaged in a peaceful sit-in. Airport check-ins again were suspended Tuesday after chaos erupted when protesters clashed with riot police.

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