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BUILDING & ENGINEERING | Staff Reporter, Hong Kong
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Hong Kong plans new bridge for tall A380s to pass underneath

Construction would take at least two years.

The South China Morning Post reported that boarding a bus to catch a plane at Hong Kong International Airport could soon be a thing of the past with plans afoot to build a bridge across the airfield.

Currently, any passengers travelling on flights from an isolated terminal called the North Satellite Concourse, must be ferried to or from the main airport building by a shuttle bus.

The Airport Authority has invited bids to build a structure linking the two buildings. The tender contract was expected to be issued in the third quarter of 2017 and construction would take at least two years.

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