The Hong Kong International Airport returned to normal operations Wednesday following clashes between protesters and police, according to a CNN.
Most flights appeared to be running on a schedule based on one of the departure boards at the airport and hundreds of travelers were in the departures hall.
According to the CNN, the airport was cleaned up and graffiti was covered up with white sheets of paper.
Five people were arrested and two police officers were injured during Tuesday’s protest at Hong Kong International Airport, Police said.
In a statement Wednesday, Hong Kong police said they condemned the protesters’ actions, calling them radical and violent acts.
Police denounced the protesters who they said: detained, harassed and assaulted a visitor and a journalist, inflicting physical and mental harm on them.