THE Government was yesterday pressed by the Airport Consultative Committee to go it alone on the airport projects, according to member Ho King-on. During the committee's finance sub-group meeting, Mr Ho said members asked why the Government had not fully funded Chek Lap Kok airport and its associated rail link given its strong reserves. Members were worried the airport would not be built by 1997. Another committee member, Anthony Cheung Bing-leung, asked the Government to table its latest airport financing package to the Legislative Council for approval. In Beijing, a vice-director of the State Council's Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Chen Ziying, said he had yet to look into Britain's reply to queries about the financing proposal, which raises the Government's injection to $60 billion, cutting borrowing to $23 billion.