March 31st 2014
If there was one thing that added to the allure of flying to and from Hong Kong between 1928 to 1998, it was landing and taking off from Kai Tak Airport. It was an experience unlike any other for both pilot and passengers, as huge commercial planes dipped below the cloud line to find themselves completely surrounded by high rises.
Lucky for us, automotive photographer Daryl Chapman
managed to capture some thrilling photographs of Kai Tak in its prime:
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