Cathays HKIA plans green lighted

CATHAY Pacific has been given the green light for a new cargo terminal at the Hong Kong International Airport.

The new facility will have the capacity to handle 2.6 million tonnes of cargo per annum.

The development will give HKIA a much-needed boost to contend with increasing competition from other airports in the region. The terminal will open in 2011, increasing the airport’s total general and express cargo handling capacity to 7.4 million tonnes.

Hactl will continue to invest and maintain its consistently high levels of services and innovation for its customers, which has played a key role in HKIA becoming one of the world’s most successful air cargo hubs, said the airport.

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