Hong Kong International Airport
Located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, which largely comprises land reclaimed for the construction of the airport itself. Hong Kong International Airport, is the main airport of Hong Kong. Colloquially known as Chek Lap Kok Airport, to distinguish it from its predecessor, the closed: Kai Tak Airport; Hong Kong International Airport has been in commercial operation since 1998. The airport acts as an important regional transshipment centre, passenger hub and gateway for destinations in the Mainland China and the rest of Asia.
Reviews – What People Are Saying
The reviews posted on some of the internet’s famous reviews sites regarding the services and facilities of Hong Kong International Airport, seems to be giving the airport a good impression of how good the airport is. Passengers from around the globe who’ve arrived from the airport are quite pleased with how the airport’s facilities are clean and well organized. Here are some of the reviews:
“One of the cleanest and most efficient airport I’ve ever been to and traveling is part of my job. Food is great, everyone speaks English, signs are clearly marked, and the floors are so clean. Best of all, this place has free WiFi without making you watch ads! Take that Newark!!!”
—Daphne L (Bensalem, United States)
“One of the best airports in the world. The HK express train station gets you downtown in 20 minutes and cost hkd 100. Buy your SIM card as soon as you get out of immigration. Takes literally two minutes including installation of your sim and costs usd $12 for unlimited data for a week. Forget the roaming packages of the us carriers.”
—Yag P (Chatham, United States)
“This airport is probably one of the best airports in terms of efficiency and customer experience. Going in, we dropped off our luggage and the associate responsible for our luggage reminded us that a couple of the luggage pieces were overloaded and just gave us a warning. Otherwises, she didn’t have to give us a fee to pay for a overloaded luggage. The place has lots of shops, restaurants and other services like currency exchange and internet service. The Wi-Fi service lasts 2 hours each time you sign in but you can always sign in unlimited times as you wish. The airport has 7 floors as the 3rd floor leads you to the buses and taxis. The 5th floor is where are the arrivals are. The 7th floor is where are the departures happen whether it is domestic or international. This is also the hub for Cathay Pacific as this is their home office as well.”
—Clinton K (Burnaby, Canada)
Hong Kong International Airport has a total of 90 boarding gates, with a total of 78 jet bridge gates, and 12 virtual gates; which are used as assembly points for passengers, who are then ferried to the aircraft by apron buses. The airport has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
Terminal 1 was the largest airport passenger terminal building. It briefly conceded the status to Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, when the latter opened on September 2016., but reclaimed the title when the East Hall was expanded. Terminal 1’s title as the world’s largest was surrendered to Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3 on 2008.
The airport’s SkyPlaza is located at Terminal 2, along with the Airport Station’s Platform 3. Terminal 2 is only a check-in and processing facility for departing passengers with no gates or arrival facilities. So far, most low-cost carriers and some full-service carriers have relocated their operations to Terminal 2 as well.
- Airport Code: IATA: HKG – ICAO: VHHH
- Phone number: +852 2181 8888
- Website URL: www.hongkongairport.com
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: +852 2824 0717
- Address: Airport Authority Hong Kong, HKIA Tower, 1 Sky Plaza Road, Hong Kong, International Airport, Lantau, Hong Kong
An efficient airport that offers convenient services and organized facilities. Hong Kong International Airport aims to give their customers the best accommodation that helps them to ease their frustration with regards to their flight/travel concerns. With their fast security and immigration lines, good shopping stalls and wide variety of fast food chains, restaurants and cafes, arriving at Hong Kong International Airport should be a wonderful experience.