Facing keen competition from its counterparts in the Mainland and the region, the Airport Authority is working hard to maintain Hong Kong International Airport's position as the region's aviation hub.
Its Chief Executive Officer Stanley Hui told news.gov.hk the authority plans to optimise facilities and services - increasing runway capacity and considering the construction of a third runway - to keep abreast of market developments and hone its competitive edge.
Sustainable development: The Airport Authority's Chief Executive Officer Stanley Hui said the airport's facilities and services will be optimised to maintain its position as the region's aviation hub.
Mr Hui, who has been heading up the authority for more than a year, brings more than 30 years of aviation experience and professional knowledge to the post. He hopes to continue to strengthen Hong Kong's leadership position as a regional and global aviation centre.
Editor: canton fair