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Old February 2nd, 2018, 04:10 PM   #341
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Please share any new construction photos. I would like to see it. How is construction doing? Is coming along nicely?
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Please share any new construction photos. I would like to see it. How is construction doing? Is coming along nicely?
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the reclaimation will take years.
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Old June 22nd, 2018, 08:38 AM   #346
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the reclaimation will take years.
Already reported on the previous page of this thread. 2024 completion.

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Old January 14th, 2019, 01:15 PM   #349
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Attention passengers, your gate has changed: travellers urged to take extra care as improvement work continues at Hong Kong International Airport
Airport authority to invest extra HK$2 billion for upgrades in Terminal 1
Third runway and passenger concourse will eventually double size of facility

January 10, 2019
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Passengers flying out of Hong Kong are being warned to pay attention to the biggest change to boarding gate numbers in more than two decades, in a revamp tied to bigger improvements and infrastructure investment.

As part of an increased HK$9 billion (US$1.1 billion) spend by the operator of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), a new passenger footbridge is under construction and will connect some of the concourses by 2020, which the Airport Authority said meant the boarding gates would need to be renumbered.

The authority said it was working with airlines to ensure the changes would be fully communicated to passengers.

“Overall, the whole gate transformation revamp will be concluded by 2021,” said Chapman Fong Shui-man, general manager of Terminal 1. “Together, with all the other enhancements, the Terminal 1 annexe building, the skybridge and the toilet revamp will cost HK$9 billion.”

He said the extra spend, a rise of HK$2 billion on top of the HK$7 billion investment announced last year, would be funded by the authority, with no fees or charges passed on to passengers.

The first of two phased changes will take effect from March 28 in the main terminal at the boarding areas closest to the main security clearance area. In this change, gates 15-21 will change to gates 5-12, for example.

Gates 501 to 510 in the north satellite concourse, which can only be reached by bus, will be connected to the rest of Terminal 1. Those gates will change to gates 13-22.

The skybridge, which will be high enough to allow the Airbus A380 – the world’s largest passenger plane – to pass underneath, is expected to open by the second quarter of 2020, and means more passengers can ditch getting the bus to the plane.
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Old January 14th, 2019, 01:15 PM   #350
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Jan 11, 2019
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AA plans further HK$2 bln spending on airport Terminal 1 revamp

Hong Kong authorities unveiled plans for additional spending to improve the facilities at the city’s international airport, aiming to add to the passenger convenience amid an expected rise in traffic.

On Thursday, the Airport Authority (AA) said it will earmark a further HK$2 billion for renovation and upgrade of infrastructure at Terminal 1, which was first opened in 1998.

Efforts will be directed at making the terminal more “smart” and bring added comfort to travelers.

The improvement works will include installing systems to support face recognition technology at some boarding gates, redesigning seats in waiting areas for departure, and renovating all restrooms at the terminal, airport officials said.

The HK$2 billion spending comes on top of the HK$7 billion already committed toward the terminal expansion, which involves, among other things, constructing a Sky Bridge to connect the terminal and the North Satellite Concourse to cope with an expected rise in passenger numbers, the Hong Kong Economic Journal reports.

According to Chapman Fong Sui-man, general manager of Terminal 1, four biometric gates that support face recognition will be installed at some boarding gates starting from the beginning of 2020, before such facilities are rolled out at all boarding gates in a year later.

Along with the new systems, there will still be a traditional checking counter at the gates, with staff assisting passengers in boarding.
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Hong Kong airport’s third runway project to get help with sand supplies from Guangdong and Guangxi provinces, city leader Carrie Lam says
Chief executive announces mainland Chinese help for project, which was delayed for four months by the suspension of sand supplies and bad weather
But legislator notes lack of details given about the plan

May 16, 2019
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Hong Kong will get crucial help from mainland China to build a third runway for its airport, the city's leader announced on Thursday.

Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said neighbouring provinces would help with sand supplies for the expansion, as she unveiled a raft of measures to get started on cross-border integration under the Greater Bay Area project.

Lam spoke on Thursday after leading an official delegation to this year’s Hong Kong/Guangdong Cooperation Joint Conference, which discussed the implementation of Beijing’s plan to turn Hong Kong, Macau and nine Guangdong cities into a financial and technological powerhouse to rival Silicon Valley by 2035.

Apart from the airport project, she also announced initiatives such as co-organising arts and technology festivals, and measures to follow-up on earlier policy pledges ranging from improved cross-border transport links, greater access for Hong Kong universities and start-ups to provincial funds, and opening up public service posts to Hongkongers.

Last month, the Airport Authority revealed that the suspension of sand supplies and bad weather had caused delays of more than four months to reclamation work for Hong Kong’s HK$141.5 billion (US$18.1 billion) third runway project. It vowed to make every effort to get fill materials and man-made sand from sources including Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces.

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Old June 5th, 2019, 06:23 PM   #352
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Airport Authority Outlines Airport City Vision
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(HONG KONG, 29 May 2019) – Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) outlines its vision and strategy to transform Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) into an Airport City in a report titled “From City Airport to Airport City” (the Report) released today.

The AA envisages an ongoing transformation that integrates the airport with many functions surrounding it, turning it into a much bigger entity – an Airport City – that drives the economic growth of Hong Kong and the region, while further strengthening HKIA’s status as an international aviation hub. In the Report the AA outlines a strategy that comprises rigorous development of various segments of the airport – core passenger and cargo services, multi-modal regional connectivity, and commercial developments including retail, entertainment and hotels, conventions and exhibitions, etc.

The AA’s Airport City vision echoes the Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) which has designated Hong Kong as the region’s international aviation hub, and is also in line with the Hong Kong Government’s Lantau Tomorrow Vision which aims to reinforce Lantau’s role as a “Double Gateway” to the world and the GBA.

“From City Airport to Airport City” serves as part of the AA’s on-going communications with stakeholders and the public regarding HKIA’s development.

The full report is available at:

https://www.hongkongairport.com/en/a...ty-report.page
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Why Singapore thinks dykes could be answer on reclamation – and how Hong Kong can benefit after severe shortage of sand
National development minister Lawrence Wong says Singapore is looking at new ways of doing reclamation
Reclamation work for Hong Kong’s third runway delayed for four months after sand supplies from mainland China dried up

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May 17, 2019

Singapore is testing a method that can almost halve the use of sand in reclamation projects, the country’s development minister says, in a timely piece of information for Hong Kong, which is facing a severe shortage of the material.

The city state was experimenting with reclaiming low-lying land protected by dykes, which could cut sand consumption by 40 per cent, national development minister Lawrence Wong told an event in Hong Kong on Friday.

“Reclamation is a massive endeavour. It’s costly … and we have to do it carefully to minimise any environmental impact,” said Wong, who is also second minister for finance. “We are looking at new ways of doing reclamation.”

Hong Kong’s latest reclamation project, a third runway for its international airport, has been delayed by more than four months by a lack of sand supplies from mainland China.

However, there were signs on Thursday the delay could be coming to an end as Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced neighbouring provinces would resume supplies of the fill material.

Wong said reclamation through building dykes – a method long used in the low-lying Netherlands to prevent floods and to create land – had been adopted for the first time on a project to reclaim 800 hectares to relocate Singapore’s military training bases to free up valuable land. The project is expected to be completed by 2022.

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SKYCITY Crosses Milestone as Airport Authority Hands over Site to New World Development
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(HONG KONG, 28 June 2019) – Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) today handed over the second of two sites (Site A2) in SKYCITY at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) designated for the development of retail, dining and entertainment (RDE) facilities to the awarded developer, a wholly owned subsidiary of New World Development Company Limited (“New World Development”).

The handover marked another milestone of the SKYCITY development, a core element of HKIA’s vision to transform from a city airport to an Airport City. The first site for developing the RDE facilities (Site A3) has been handed over to Roxy Limited, the wholly owned subsidiary of New World Development in May 2018.

Fred Lam, Chief Executive Officer of the AA, said, “We are thankful for the Government’s full support to the aviation industry and airport development in recent years, making it possible for us to formulate and implement the vision to transform HKIA into an Airport City, including the SKYCITY development which crosses another milestone today. I hope that different sectors of the community will work together with us and the Government to continue focusing on Hong Kong’s overall economic development.”

The 25-hectare SKYCITY is located just a short stroll from HKIA’s passenger terminals, and is conveniently accessible by rail, road and a network of footbridges. Scheduled to be opened in phases from 2023 to 2027, the RDE facilities being developed by New World Development will take up a maximum gross floor area of 350,000 square metres. Leveraging state-of-the-art technology and creativity to develop unique dining, entertainment and retail elements, and combining experiences in learning, exploration and adventure, the project is poised to be the largest facility of its kind in Hong Kong.

SKYCITY enjoys a strategic location of neighbouring the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge which has significantly enhanced the connectivity of HKIA with 10 other cities in the Greater Bay Area.

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Looks like they roped off the future reclamation area :

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Pearl River Delta Region Air Traffic Management Planning and Implementation Tripartite Working Group high-level meeting held in Hangzhou
Thursday, July 4, 2019
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The Director-General of the Air Traffic Management Bureau (ATMB) of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), Mr Che Jinjun; the Director-General of Civil Aviation, Mr Simon Li; and the President of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Macao Special Administrative Region, Mr Chan Weng-hong, attended the Pearl River Delta (PRD) Region Air Traffic Management Planning and Implementation Tripartite Working Group (TWG) high-level meeting in Hangzhou today (July 4). They were briefed on the work progress of the Airspace Management Technical Sub-group and the Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) Technical Sub-group under the TWG, and discussed measures to enhance the efficiency of airspace management and regional ATFM in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA).

At the meeting, the senior management of the three parties agreed that progress has been made in a number of areas since the last meeting in September 2018. Firstly, with regard to airspace optimisation and air traffic management enhancement, the Airspace Management Technical Sub-group has just accomplished the first stage of Fast Time Simulation (FTS) work of modelling and simulation of the airspace and air traffic in the GBA with the use of the FTS software. Based on the current airspace operation integrating with the flight data, a model was constructed with a high degree of resemblance to the genuine ones. In the next stage, the TWG will make use of the FTS software to carry out assessment and analysis and will complete the simulation work this year. The TWG will formulate specific measures to further optimise airspace and air traffic management based on the results of the assessment and analysis.

The TWG is also committed to adopting a multi-pronged approach to improve the efficiency of ATFM in the region. Since the full utilisation of Route M503 last year, the overall capacity of the air routes between Hong Kong and Shanghai Pudong International Airport has been enhanced. In addition to the strengthening of the ATFM coordination mechanism, the on-time performance of flights departing from Hong Kong to the Mainland has shown improvement. The TWG will continue to study the gradual increase in the usage rates of air routes connecting Hong Kong, Macao and eastern region of the Mainland and improve the ATFM coordination mechanism to cater for inclement weather affecting an extensive area, so as to meet the growing demand for air traffic in the region in the long run.

Mr Li said that the TWG has made encouraging progress in various aspects. With the support of the CAAC ATMB, the TWG will continue to take forward ATM enhancement measures to progressively achieve the ultimate target runway capacity of 102 air traffic movements per hour under the Three-Runway System at Hong Kong International Airport and support a sustainable development of other airports in the region, and promote the healthy development of the air transport industry in the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao, so as to achieve greater synergy in the GBA's airspace and create an airport economic area with mutual benefit and international influence.
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Youngsters mourn runway death dad
14 August 2019
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Children of a bulldozer driver who died in an accident at the airport's third runway construction site said they have lost the family's sole breadwinner.

Chung Ying-wah, 38, died on his third day working at the reclamation site, when the vehicle fell into the sea on Monday, and he was trapped in the cabin.

Family members went to Kwai Chung Public Mortuary yesterday to identify the body.

The eldest son, 15, broke down outside the mortuary saying he was lost about what to do next. The teenager has a 12-year-old brother and a four-year-old sister. "She's only four. She has no idea what happened," he said.

The family has lost the sole breadwinner as his mother is a housewife, the youngster said. His father also had to support his own parents.

The driver's sister, also in tears, said the company he worked for did not explain to them the cause of the accident.

"[They] just said they were investigating. [They] did not explain the accident. I don't know why it happened. I only know that my brother is dead," she said.

Chung was driving the bulldozer at the third runway reclamation site on Monday morning when it fell into the sea.
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