Hong Kong will continue to embrace travellers from mainland China transiting to other countries through the city’s airport, amid cancellations of international flights due to Covid-19.All transit services at Hong Kong International Airport were suspended from March 25. The airport has allowed flight transfers since June 1, except those to the mainland. Transit services for mainland Chinese travellers began on August 15, and the policy – originally meant to last for two months – is about to…


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