All Nippon Airways (ANA) has become the latest carrier to reduce its service to Hong Kong, as the protests in that city take a significant toll on demand. The airline is suspending two daily flights into Hong Kong and downgauging at least one more. Other overseas airlines, including Australia’s Qantas, have cut capacity into Hong Kong. Cathay Pacific Airways has seen a substantial drop in inbound traffic and has readjusted its winter schedule in response. “Due to the ongoing ...

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