A Taiwanese flight carrying military and coastguard personnel to a disputed island in the South China Sea had to turn back after it was effectively denied entry to Hong Kong airspace.The UNI Air plane was travelling to the Pratas Islands on Thursday when the local aviation authority told their counterparts in Taipei there were “dangerous activities” below 26,000ft.As the aircraft was not certified to fly any higher than 25,000ft, it was forced to return to the southern port city of Kaohsiung.On…



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