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Short reprieve for stranded passengers in Singapore

15 Aug 2019 09:00

By Kristelynn Lim

A family of five from Hong Kong, including a Filipino maid and two young children, were stranded for about 16 hours in Singapore after their evening flight on Monday was cancelled.

They departed from Changi Airport only yesterday afternoon.

Following the cancellation of six flights from Singapore to Hong Kong on Monday - three by Cathay Pacific, two by Singapore Airlines and one by Scoot, according to Changi Airport Group - the family was among thousands of travellers affected when protesters continued to stage a sit-in at Hong Kong International Airport that day.

When The Straits Times visited Changi Airport yesterday morning, most travellers had been re-booked on the first few morning flights. Business at the various terminals was back to normal and there was no commotion at the check-in counters.


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Source: Straits Times
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