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Hong Kong airport posts biggest monthly drop in travellers since 2009

Bangkok Post Monday, 16 September 2019
Hong Kong International Airport suffered its biggest monthly drop in passengers in a decade, with a decline of 12.4% — or at least 850,000 fewer travellers — in August as anti-government protests gripped the city, according to figures released on Sunday.
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