ariel view of hong kong international airport

ariel view of hong kong international airport

It is built on an artificially created island that added approximately 1 percent to the city’s total surface area. HKIA was originally built as a way to manage the flaws inherit in the previous Kai Tak Airport’s design. A very popular terminal, Kai Tak staff found themselves increasingly dealing with delayed flights, and overbooking as the annual passenger population constantly increased year upon year, until finally the small gate size and minimal real estate afforded to Kai Tak caught up with them.

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