Remarks: A view from the "Ngong Ping 360" (Cable Car System) Rescue Trail, showing the east portion of the Airport Island, where the major aviation activities are carried out. [Canon S3 IS ISO80 f8.0 1/200s]
Remarks: The south half of the runway and the south parking apron. The big blue building on the lower left was the Government Flying Service hangar, which is still kept quite intact. Kai Tak will probably keep her coastal line, and this area is planned to develop various tourist facilities including a cruise liner terminal, a heliport, a big district park, and hotels etc. Does this photo recall your memory that once you took off from here into the sky in the good old days? [Canon S3IS ISO80 f5.6 1/100s]
Remarks: An overview of Sek Kong Airfield from its control tower. In the photo there is one Westland Wessex helicopter of RAF No. 28 Squadron and four Westland Scout helicopters of Army Air Corps No. 660 Squadron. You can also see the hangar on the left. The highest hill in the photo is the 957-metre "Tai Mo Shan", which is also the highest in Hong Kong.
Remarks: An early photo when this Air New Zealand (NZ) plane was leased to CX. Note the unique colour scheme which is different from the standard one. To study this livery carefully you will find it has an NZ style. For examples, the "Cathay Pacific" title and the Swire logo are actually where the "Air New Zealand" title and the New Zealand national flag located respectively. This plane was allocated to serve flights CX712/3 (HKG-BKK-SIN and v.v.) during its CX period.