Maintaining the status quo would mean no growth for Hong Kong aviation, losing our business and hub advantage, and reducing our competitiveness. Maintaining the status quo would mean no growth for Hong Kong aviation, losing our business and hub advantage, and reducing our competitiveness.
Maintaining the status quo would mean no growth for Hong Kong aviation, losing our business and hub advantage, and reducing our competitiveness.

Risks carefully weighed in airport expansion plan that's vital for Hong Kong

Anthony Cheung outlines the detailed consideration of the financial, environmental and logistical aspects behind the Airport Authority's plan for a third runway, which is essential for Hong Kong's competitiveness

Maintaining the status quo would mean no growth for Hong Kong aviation, losing our business and hub advantage, and reducing our competitiveness. Maintaining the status quo would mean no growth for Hong Kong aviation, losing our business and hub advantage, and reducing our competitiveness.
Maintaining the status quo would mean no growth for Hong Kong aviation, losing our business and hub advantage, and reducing our competitiveness.
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