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Philadelphia International Airport Terminals

Mystery of tourist's tight squeeze

An Israeli tourist found on the tracks of the shuttle train at Hong Kong airport had squeezed through a 20cm gap between the platform screen door and the train compartment.

Thursday, 20 October, 2011, 12:00am

Airport shopkeepers furious about water leaks in brand-new terminal building

Irate shopkeepers in the airport's second terminal are demanding to know why they are being plagued by water leaking into the brand-new building during heavy rain - as their counterparts in the older Terminal One were dealing with similar problems due to a damaged roof membrane.

26 Jun 2008 - 12:00am

MORE STAFF, MORE RISK

The article headlined 'Airport Authority sprouts its own wings to improve transit service' (South China Morning Post, December 6) reported on a $600-million investment to double the retail and shopping area in the East Hall of the airport.

11 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

Plan for cheap rail fares

CUT-PRICE fares may be offered to commuters who use the airport railway, the Legislative Council's transport panel was told yesterday.

Geoff Rogers, regional director of airport consultants MVA Asia, told the panel: 'The purpose of the airport express line of the railway is to serve air passengers especially those with luggage.

19 Jan 1996 - 12:00am