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ASIA-TYPHOON/
RTX13U9I
September 22, 2013
A information board shows flights cancelled in anticipation of typhoon Usagi, at Hong Kong Airport September...
Hong Kong, China
A information board shows flights cancelled in anticipation of typhoon Usagi, at Hong Kong Airport
A information board shows flights cancelled in anticipation of typhoon Usagi, at Hong Kong Airport September 22, 2013. Hong Kong was bracing on Sunday for this year's most powerful typhoon, with government meteorologists warning of severe flooding created by a double whammy of powerful winds and exceptionally high tides. Typhoon Usagi, the strongest storm to hit the Western Pacific this year, is expected to hit the Asian financial center late on Sunday and early on Monday. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
HONGKONG
RTX13HEK
September 11, 2013
A general view shows the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The...
Hong Kong, China
A general view shows the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport
A general view shows the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HEF
September 11, 2013
A television camera crew rests in front of a Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane at the Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
A television camera crew rests in front of a Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane at the Hong Kong...
A television camera crew rests in front of a Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HED
September 11, 2013
Air traffic controllers work inside the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport September...
Hong Kong, China
Air traffic controllers work inside the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport
Air traffic controllers work inside the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HDR
September 11, 2013
The backup air traffic control tower is seen at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation...
Hong Kong, China
The backup air traffic control tower is seen at the Hong Kong Airport
The backup air traffic control tower is seen at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HDQ
September 11, 2013
A general view shows the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The...
Hong Kong, China
A general view shows the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport
A general view shows the Air Traffic Control Centre at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HCS
September 11, 2013
A China Eastern Airlines passenger plane taxies on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport at the Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
A China Eastern Airlines passenger plane taxies on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport at the Hong Kong...
A China Eastern Airlines passenger plane taxies on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HCL
September 11, 2013
A Jetstar Airways passenger plane (R) taxies next to a Hong Kong Airline passenger plane at the Hong...
Hong Kong, China
A Jetstar Airways passenger plane taxies next to a Hong Kong Airline passenger plane at the Hong Kong...
A Jetstar Airways passenger plane (R) taxies next to a Hong Kong Airline passenger plane at the Hong Kong Airport at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HCI
September 11, 2013
A Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330-300 passenger plane taxies on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport September...
Hong Kong, China
A Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330 passenger plane taxies on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport
A Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330-300 passenger plane taxies on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG/
RTX13HBX
September 11, 2013
A Dragonair passenger plane flies over a Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane (L) at the Hong Kong...
Hong Kong, China
A Dragonair passenger plane flies over a Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane at the Hong Kong Airport...
A Dragonair passenger plane flies over a Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane (L) at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG/
RTX13HBU
September 11, 2013
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane taxis on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,2013....
Hong Kong, China
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane taxis on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane taxis on the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG
RTX13HBP
September 11, 2013
Cathay Pacific Airways passenger planes
taxi along the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport September 11,...
Hong Kong, China
Cathay Pacific Airways passenger planes taxi along the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport
Cathay Pacific Airways passenger planes
taxi along the tarmac at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
HONGKONG/
RTX13HBL
September 11, 2013
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane takes off at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil...
Hong Kong, China
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane takes off at the Hong Kong Airport
A Cathay Pacific Airways passenger plane takes off at the Hong Kong Airport September 11, 2013. The Civil Aviation Department said that the current hourly Chek Lap Kok airport runway capacity reached 64 sorties, an increase of 24 sorties since 1999, and is expected that it will reach the maximum capacity of two runways of 68 vehicles in 2015, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
BIRDFLU/
RTXYEHK
April 09, 2013
An airport security personnel looks at the screen showing body temperatures scan of arriving travellers...
Hong Kong, China
An airport security personnel looks at the screen showing body temperatures scan of arriving travellers...
An airport security personnel looks at the screen showing body temperatures scan of arriving travellers at Hong Kong International Airport April 9,2013.A strain of bird flu that has been found in humans for the first time in eastern China is no cause for panic, the World Health Organization said on Monday, as the number of people infected rose to 24, with seven deaths. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH TRAVEL SOCIETY)
BIRDFLU/
RTXYEHI
April 09, 2013
Cabin crews are scanned for their temperature as they arrive at Hong Kong International Airport April...
Hong Kong, China
Cabin crews are scanned for their temperature as they arrive at Hong Kong International Airport
Cabin crews are scanned for their temperature as they arrive at Hong Kong International Airport April 9, 2013. A strain of bird flu that has been found in humans for the first time in eastern China is no cause for panic, the World Health Organization said on Monday, as the number of people infected rose to 24, with seven deaths. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH TRAVEL SOCIETY)
BIRDFLU/
RTXYEHC
April 09, 2013
An airport security personnel takes a body temperature reading of a boy as he arrives at Hong Kong International...
Hong Kong, China
An airport security personnel takes a body temperature reading of a boy as he arrives at Hong Kong International...
An airport security personnel takes a body temperature reading of a boy as he arrives at Hong Kong International Airport April 9,2013. A strain of bird flu that has been found in humans for the first time in eastern China is no cause for panic, the World Health Organization said on Monday, as the number of people infected rose to 24, with seven deaths. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY IMMIGRATION)
CATHAY/
RTR2H75H
August 10, 2010
A view of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development...
Hong Kong, China
A view of the Hong Kong Airport on Lantau Island
A view of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal under construction at Hong Kong Airport marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
CATHAY/
RTR2H74C
August 10, 2010
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction at the Hong Kong Airport...
Hong Kong, China
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction on Lantau Island
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the facility marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
CATHAY/
RTR2H741
August 10, 2010
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal (C) which is under construction beside SuperTerminal...
Hong Kong, China
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction beside SuperTerminal 1 on...
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal (C) which is under construction beside SuperTerminal 1 (R), the world's largest air cargo terminal, at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the facility marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGII
November 18, 2006
A photographer takes pictures of an Airbus A380 jet parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on...
Hong Kong, China
Photographer takes pictures of Airbus A380 jet parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its...
A photographer takes pictures of an Airbus A380 jet parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGI9
November 18, 2006
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGI8
November 18, 2006
A photographer takes pictures of an Airbus A380 jet parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on...
Hong Kong, China
Photographer takes pictures of Airbus A380 jet parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its...
A photographer takes pictures of an Airbus A380 jet parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGI5
November 18, 2006
A man takes pictures of an Airbus A380 jet as it lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong
A man takes pictures of an Airbus A380 jet as it lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGI4
November 18, 2006
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGI3
November 18, 2006
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong
An Airbus A380 jet lands at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGI2
November 18, 2006
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGHZ
November 18, 2006
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
HONGKONG
RTR1JGHX
November 18, 2006
An Airbus A380 jet, photographed through a window, is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport...
Hong Kong, China
An Airbus A380 jet is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission...
An Airbus A380 jet, photographed through a window, is parked at the terminal at Chek Lap Kok airport on its round-the-world test mission in Hong Kong November 18, 2006. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool (CHINA)
CP
RTRD6RL
October 12, 2004
French President Jacques Chirac waves as he arrives at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport with his wife...
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
French President Jacques Chirac waves as he arrives at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport with his wife...
French President Jacques Chirac waves as he arrives at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport with his wife Bernadette. French President Jacques Chirac (R) waves as he arrives at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport with his wife Bernadette in Hong Kong, October 12, 2004. Chirac arrived from Beijing and will depart Hong Kong later this evening. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool
HONG KONG
RTRD6RE
October 12, 2004
French President Jacques Chirac (L) is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport by Chief...
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
French President Jacques Chirac is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport.
French President Jacques Chirac (L) is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport by Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa in Hong Kong October 12, 2004. Chirac arrived from Beijing and will depart Hong Kong later this evening. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool CP
TW
RTRD6R6
October 12, 2004
French President Jacques Chirac is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport by Chief...
Hong Kong
French President Jacques Chirac is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport by Chief...
French President Jacques Chirac is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport by Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa. French President Jacques Chirac (L) is greeted upon arrival at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport by Chief Executive Tung Chee Hwa October 12, 2004. REUTERS/Mike Clarke/Pool
HONG KONG-BRITAIN-BLAIR-ARRIVE-FLAGSS
RTRRUQQ
July 22, 2003
British and Hong Kong flags fly on the plane carrying British Prime
Minister Tony Blair as he arrives...
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
BRITSH AND HONG KONG FLAGS FLY ON PLANE CARRYING BRITISH PM.
British and Hong Kong flags fly on the plane carrying British Prime
Minister Tony Blair as he arrives at Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport
from Shanghai, 22 July 2003. The embattled prime minister arrives in
the former British colony engulfed in its own political crisis after
finding little respite in China from his own mounting problems.
REUTERS/Peter Parks/Pool

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HONG KONG-BRITAIN-BLAIR-ARRIVE-0
RTRTD4
July 22, 2003
British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives with his wife Cheri at Hong
Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport from...
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
BRITISH PM ARRIVES IN HONG KONG.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives with his wife Cheri at Hong
Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport from Shanghai, 22 July 2003. The embattled
prime minister arrives in the former British colony engulfed in its own
political crisis after finding little respite in China from his own
mounting problems. REUTERS/Peter Parks/Pool

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HONG KONG-BRITAIN-BLAIR-ARRIVE-0
RTRTCY
July 22, 2003
British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives with his wife Cheri at Hong
Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport from...
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
BRITISH PM ARRIVES IN HONG KONG.
British Prime Minister Tony Blair arrives with his wife Cheri at Hong
Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport from Shanghai, 22 July 2003. The embattled
prime minister arrives in the former British colony engulfed in its own
political crisis after finding little respite in China from his own
mounting problems. REUTERS/Peter Parks/Pool

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HONG KONG
RTXL3Z4
March 01, 2002
Hong Kong's West Kowloon reclamation area is seen from the island's Victoria Peak on March 1, 2002. [Acclaimed...
Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong's West Kowloon reclamation area is seen from the island's Victoria Peak on March 1, 2002. .....
Hong Kong's West Kowloon reclamation area is seen from the island's Victoria Peak on March 1, 2002. [Acclaimed English architect Norman Foster, responsible for the territory's Chek Lap Kok airport and the HSBC Tower, won a design contest from among 161 entries from around the world for developing the area. His design features the world's largest roof, a transparent canopy stretching across the site's entire 1.3 km and covering 30 hectares.]
HONGKONG
RTR24JY
March 01, 2002
Hong Kong's West Kowloon reclamation area is seen from the island's
Victoria Peak on March 1, 2002....
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
HONG KONG'S WEST KOWLOON RECLAMATION AREA TO BE DEVELOPED BASED ON
NORMAN FOSTER'S DESIGN.
Hong Kong's West Kowloon reclamation area is seen from the island's
Victoria Peak on March 1, 2002. Acclaimed English architect Norman
Foster, responsible for the territory's Chek Lap Kok airport and the
HSBC Tower, won a design contest from among 161 entries from around the
world for developing the area. His design features the world's largest
roof, a transparent canopy stretching across the site's entire 1.3 km
and covering 30 hectares. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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HONGKONG
RTRSV5O
December 01, 1999
Members on a United States Air Force (USAF) HH-60 helicopter participate in a civil rescue exercise near...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
USAF PARTICIPATES IN JOINT RESCUE EXERCISE IN HONG KONG.
Members on a United States Air Force (USAF) HH-60 helicopter participate in a civil rescue exercise near Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport December 1. The exercise also involved China's People Liberation Army (PLA), in a further sign of improving Sino-U.S. ties.

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HONGKONG
RTRSV4I
December 01, 1999
A "survivor" is rescued from the sea by a United States Air Force (USAF) HH-60 helicopter as part of...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
USAF PARTICIPATES IN JOINT RESCUE EXERCISE IN HONG KONG.
A "survivor" is rescued from the sea by a United States Air Force (USAF) HH-60 helicopter as part of a civil rescue exercise near Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport December 1. The exercise also involved China's People Liberation Army (PLA), in a further sign of improving Sino-U.S. ties.

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HONG KONG
RTXJ5U3
August 23, 1999
Officials inspect the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner, lying...
Hong Kong, China
Officials inspect the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner, lyin.....
Officials inspect the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner, lying overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok, August 23. The flight, carrying 315 people, crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. Two people were killed and 213 injured, officials said.
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RTRQUN8
August 23, 1999
Officials walk past the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying...
Hong Kong, China
OFFICIALS INSPECT OVERTURNED CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
Officials walk past the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok August 23 during an inspection. The flight carried 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. Two people were killed and 213 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUN6
August 23, 1999
(From Left) Director of Civil Aviation Albert Lam, Financial Secretary Donald Tsang and Airport Authority...
Hong Kong, China
OFFICIALS INSPECT OVERTURNED CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
(From Left) Director of Civil Aviation Albert Lam, Financial Secretary Donald Tsang and Airport Authority Chief Executive Officer Billy Lam talk after inspecting the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok August 23. The flight carrying 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. Two people were killed and 213 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUN4
August 23, 1999
The cockpit of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong...
Hong Kong, China
OVERTURNED CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 LIES AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
The cockpit of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok August 23 as a Cathay Pacific Boeing 747 is seen at the background. The flight carrying 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. Two people were killed and 213 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUN2
August 23, 1999
(From Left) Director of Civil Aviation Albert Lam, Financial Secretary Donald Tsang and Airport Authority...
Hong Kong, China
OFFICIALS INSPECT OVERTURNED CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
(From Left) Director of Civil Aviation Albert Lam, Financial Secretary Donald Tsang and Airport Authority Chief Executive Officer Billy Lam walk as they inspect the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok August 23. The flight carried 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUMZ
August 23, 1999
The cockpit of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong...
Hong Kong, China
OVERTURNED CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
The cockpit of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok August 23 as a Cathay Pacific Boeing 747 plane is seen at the background. The flight carrying 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. Two people were killed and 213 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUMX
August 23, 1999
Officials inspect the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying...
Hong Kong, China
OFFICIALS INSPECT OVERTURNED CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
Officials inspect the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok August 23. The flight carrying 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. Two people were killed and 213 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUM8
August 23, 1999
Passengers sleep at the departure hall of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23 as flights...
Hong Kong, China
PASSENGERS SLEEP AT DEPARTURE HALL OF HONG KONG AIRPORT.
Passengers sleep at the departure hall of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23 as flights were delayed after a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner with 315 people flipped over on the runway on Sunday. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUM6
August 23, 1999
A police car drives past the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner...
Hong Kong, China
WRECKAGE OF CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 LIES OVERTURNED AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
A police car drives past the wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lying overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23. The flight carried 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

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RTRQUM1
August 23, 1999
Wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong...
Hong Kong, China
WRECKAGE OF CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 LIES OVERTURNED AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
Wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23 showing the burnt body and the engines. The flight carrying 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

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RTRQULZ
August 23, 1999
Wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong...
Hong Kong, China
WRECKAGE OF CHINA AIRLNES BOEING MD-11 LIES OVERTURNED AT HONG KONG AIRPORT.
Wreckage of a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner lies overturned at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23. The flight carrying 315 people crashed in flames on the runway on Sunday evening. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

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RTRQULX
August 23, 1999
Philippine passengers sleep in a tent at the departure hall of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok...
Hong Kong, China
PHILIPPINE PASSENGERS SLEEP AT DEPARTURE HALL OF HONG KONG AIRPORT.
Philippine passengers sleep in a tent at the departure hall of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23 as flights were delayed after a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner with 315 people flipped over on the runway on Sunday. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

BY/TAN
CRASH HONGKONG
RTRQULV
August 23, 1999
A group of Taiwanese passengers sleep at the departure hall of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok...
Hong Kong, China
TAIWANESE PASSENGERS SLEEP AT DEPARTURE HALL OF HONG KONG AIRPORT.
A group of Taiwanese passengers sleep at the departure hall of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok early August 23 as flights were delayed after a Taiwanese China Airlines Boeing MD-11 wide-bodied jetliner with 315 people crashed on the runway on Sunday. At least two people were killed and 206 injured, officials said.

BY/TAN
CRSAH HONGKONG TAIWAN
RTRQUJU
August 22, 1999
Scott Shih (R), PR Director of Taiwan China Airline, holds a press conference regarding a Boeing MD-11...
Taipei, Taiwan
SCOTT SHIH HOLDS A PRESS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Scott Shih (R), PR Director of Taiwan China Airline, holds a press conference regarding a Boeing MD-11 airplane which crashed in Hong Kong August 22. The plane, owned by Taiwan China Airline's subsidary company Mandarin Airline, with more than 300 passengers on board, crash-landed in a tropical storm at Chek Lap Kok Airport after fire broke out onboard. One person was reported killed, four flight attendants were seriously injured and about a dozen other people suffered various injuries a spokesman for the airline claimed.

SK
CRASH HONGKONG TAIWAN
RTRQUJM
August 22, 1999
Scott Shih (R), PR Director of Taiwan China Airline, speaks with his staff in Taipei headquarters before...
Taipei, Taiwan
SCOTT SHIH HAS A DOUBLE CHECK WITH HIS STAFF IN TAIPEI AFTER PLANE CRASH.
Scott Shih (R), PR Director of Taiwan China Airline, speaks with his staff in Taipei headquarters before a press conference regarding a Boeing MD-11 airplane which crashed in Hong Kong August 22. The plane, owned by Taiwan China Airline's subsidary company Mandarin Airline, with more than 300 passengers on board, crash-landed in a tropical storm at Chek Lap Kok Airport after fire broke out onboard. One person was reported killed, four flight attendants were seriously injured and about a dozen other people suffered various injuries a spokesman for the airline claimed.

SK/RT
ARMS CHINA USA HONGKONG
RTRQO4W
July 29, 1999
A U.S. Air Force C-130 cargo plane from Tokyo flies past residential buildings moments before it lands...
Hong Kong, China
A U.S. AIR FORCE CARGO AIRCRAFT APPROACHES HONG KONG AIRPORT.
A U.S. Air Force C-130 cargo plane from Tokyo flies past residential buildings moments before it lands at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok July 29. China has lifted a ban on U.S. military flights to Hong Kong, imposed after NATO bombs hit Beijing's Belgrade embassy in May, which was another sign Sino-U.S. relations might be improving after a deep freeze following the embassy bombing.

BY/DL/JRE
RTRFU2E
July 24, 1998
A worker drives inside Super Terminal One at Chek Lap Kok July 24 in Hong Kong. Troubles at Chek Lap...
Hong Kong
WORKER DRIVES INSIDE SUPER TERMINAL ONE AT CHEK LAP KOK IN HONG KONG.
A worker drives inside Super Terminal One at Chek Lap Kok July 24 in Hong Kong. Troubles at Chek Lap Kok have thrown Hong Kong's "can-do" reputation into doubt as the territory struggles to get the flagship project, once the world's largest infrastructure endeavour, up and running. Once viewed as one of the most efficient places in Asia, red faces are spreading along with embarrassment about Hong Kong's new $20 billion airport, Chek Lap Kok.

LC/TAN/WS
RTRWLRD
July 20, 1998
Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa leaves a washroom after inspecting the facility at the new Chek...
Hong Kong
TUNG CHEE-HWA INSPECTS A TOILET AT HONG KONG'S INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa leaves a washroom after inspecting the facility at the new Chek Lap Kok airport July 20, during his first visit to the airport since it's chaotic opening two weeks ago. Tung visited the problem-plagued cargo handling area as well as the passenger terminal where critics have complained of faulty flight information, slow baggage handling and uncomfortable restroom facilities.

RB/JIR/FMS
RTRFPNJ
July 20, 1998
Anthony Charter (L), managing director of the troubled cargo operator Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd...
Hong Kong
TUNG AT THE CARGO HANDLING FACILITY AT HONG KONG'S NEW AIRPORT.
Anthony Charter (L), managing director of the troubled cargo operator Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd (HACTL), reports to Hong Kong Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa as they visit HACTL's SuperTerminal One at the new Chek Lap Kok aiport July 20. Tung made his first visit to the airport, which has been plagued by an almost total failure of it's cargo handling system, since it's chaotic opening two weeks ago.

JIR/FMS
RTRFI11
July 10, 1998
An airport bus rolls past the ground transport station at Hong Kong's new international airport July...
Hong Kong
A BUS PASSES FACILITIES AT HONG KONG'S NEW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
An airport bus rolls past the ground transport station at Hong Kong's new international airport July 10. The new airport at Chek Lap Kok, which came with a US$20 billion price tag, was opened with great fanfare by Chinese President Jiang Zemin, but has been in turmoil since the first commercial flight landed on Monday morning.

LC/FY/JDP/NS/
RTRFI0Q
July 10, 1998
Workers place a sign at the greeting area of the arrivals hall of Hong Kong's new international airport...
Hong Kong
WORKERS PLACE A SIGN AT THE ARRIVAL HALL OF HONG KONG'S NEW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT.
Workers place a sign at the greeting area of the arrivals hall of Hong Kong's new international airport July 10. The new airport at Chek Lap Kok, which came with a US$20 billion price tag, was opened with great fanfare by Chinese President Jiang Zemin, but has been in turmoil since the first commercial flight landed on Monday morning.

LC/FY/JDP
RTRFHWO
July 10, 1998
A worker jumps down from a pile of backlogged goods at the air cargo terminal of the old Hong Kong international...
Hong Kong
WORKER JUMPS DOWN FROM GOODS AT KAI TAK'S AIR CARGO TERMINAL.
A worker jumps down from a pile of backlogged goods at the air cargo terminal of the old Hong Kong international airport at Kai Tak July 10. Hong Kong's main air cargo operator, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd (HACTL), halted imports and exports for eight days on Friday, stalling millions of dollars in trade, because of chaos at the territory's brand new airport, which opened on Monday. HACTL had a monopoly at Hong Kong's old airport at Kai Tak and is expected to handle about 80 percent of the cargo at the new airport at Chek Lap Kok.

LC/JDP/SB
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