Hong Kong is being hit by Typhoon Mujigae and 24 hours after the Number 3 strong wind signal was initially set, it was still in place. Finally, by Monday morning, Hong Kong's Observatory lifted all storm signals, with the warning that more rainy weather was on its way. The typhoon affected flights: the Airport Authority announced a reduced handling capacity and rescheduled flights. Only 85 percent of the daily rate of 1,100 planes were permitted to land or take off. By 5 pm Sunday, Dragonair and Cathay Pacific had delayed 16 flights and canceled 34. So far Monday, four flights were canceled and delayed, with another two canceled by Hong Kong Airlines.
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