Built in the New Territories. The RAF restored and maintained the base at RAF Sek Kong after WWII. Facilities were improved and runways were re-furbished. In 1978, the RAF Wessex
HC.2 arrived on the base and regular rotary wing operations began. There was an influx of refugees from Vietnam in the mid-1980s and the Hong Kong government established a camp on the base, closing it to fixed-wing aircraft until 1992, when the camp was cleared. The Wessex moved to Kai Tak (VHKT
) and RAF Sek Kong was formally closed in Nov 1996. The Chinese People's Liberation Army flew its helicopters in during Jul 1997.