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國際機場 / 啟德機場
Kai Tak Airport


Before the airport at Chep Lap Kok opened in 1998, Kai Tak, named after Ho Kai and Au Tak, was Hong Kong’s extremely busy air terminus with about 36 flights taking off each hour from one runway. The first recorded flight here took place in 1925.

Author / Creator 江啟明
Format 1 drawing : pencil ; 36 x 45 cm.
Year 1987
HKBU Library collection Landscape sketches by Kong Kai Ming
Work type Pencil Sketch
District Kowloon
Keyword(s) Airports Hong Kong Kowloon City (Hong Kong)
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Cite this image as: 江啟明, "國際機場 / 啟德機場", in Hong Kong Baptist University Library Art Collections, accessed 23/05/2024,

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