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October 11, 2018

Topside development at Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities of HZMB
The Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) welcomes the government's invitation to submit a proposal for the topside development at Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB). The AA will do a detailed study after receiving the formal invitation. As announced in the Policy Address on October 10, government supports the development of an Aerotropolis at Lantau.
     "Our Airport City strategy complements the government's overall planning for Lantau, which will generate enormous synergy and further consolidate Hong Kong's position as an international aviation hub and the major business centre in the Greater Bay Area," said Jack So Chak-kwong, Chairman of the AA.
     Projects that form the crucial parts of the AA's Airport City strategy include the Three-runway System, which will enable HKIA to serve 100 million passengers and handle nine million tonnes of cargo a year; and Skycity, set to be the largest commercial development in Hong Kong and a new regional destination comprising entertainment, retail and dining facilities, as well as hotels and offices. The AA will also study the future development of AsiaWorld-Expo, with a view to fully realising the potential synergy between Skycity and AsiaWorld-Expo.
     Another key driver of the Airport City strategy is the premium logistics centre which will capture the opportunities arising from the exponential growth of e-commerce and consolidate the global cargo leadership of HKIA.


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