Aviation in Hong Kong has long been a cramped affair. The old one-runway Kai Tak airport was squeezed between high-rises in one of the most densely populated areas of the world. The squeeze is gone. Pointing to an aerial view of the new Hong Kong International Airport, CEO Billy Lam Chung-lun shows where the passenger terminal could be expanded to accommodate another 50 million travelers, where the world's busiest international cargo hub could be tripled in size, where there is even ...
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