Hong Kong (HKG) Airport
Hong Kong HKG Airport Overview
Hong Kong Airport was built on reclaimed land on the island of Chek Lap Kok, off Lantau Island, located in the Zujjiang Kou inlet of the South China Sea, between the cities of Macau and Hong Kong. It is accessible from the main land via North Lantau Highway 8, leading to Airport Road.
With around 60 million yearly passengers and 2 long runways, HKG International is primary hub for its flag carrier Cathay Pacific, and to Dragonair, Hong Kong Express and Hong Kong Airlines, and is secondary hub for Air New Zealand. It is served by a multitude of national & international airlines, offering non-stop flights throughout mainland China, and direct and connecting flights to all parts of the globe. HKG is also a stopover venue for international airlines on their long-distance flights.
Check-in stations are available In-town, at Ferry ports and at Land point:
1. Jetstar introduced in-town check-ins at the Hong Kong & Kowloon MTR Airport Express train stations.
2. Airline check-in at PRD & Macao: (a) at ferry ports: Dongguan Humen, Fuyong, Macao Maritime Ferry Terminal, Macao Taipa, Shekou; (b) at land points in Shenzhen: Futian Coach station, Gand Ehatre, Airport & Kingkey Banner Center.
On-Airport luxury hotels:
Regal Airport Hotel (tel. +852 2286 8888 /fax 8686), connected to Terminal 1 via air-conditioned bridge, with extensive meeting and conference facilities and high-quality restaurants & bars.
SkyCity Marriott Hotel (+852 3969 1888 /fax 2288), located on the waterfront to the east of the terminals, with extensive meeting facilities and various dining, entertainment and recreational options.
Hong Kong International Airport has two passenger Terminals - T1 & T2 - and a North Satellite Concourse.
Current and Future Airport Developments:
1. Currently under construction is a new 5-level Midfield Concourse with 20 aircraft parking stands - located west of T1 (between two runways) - covering 105,000 square meters, and accessible from T1 via an extension of the automated people mover (APM). First phase completion and partial opening is scheduled for year-end 2015.
2. Newly appointed design contractor Atkins can now start its design for the 650 hectar reclaimed land, while the future construction work contract will be awarded in 2016. Once the entire project is completed*, an additional 30 million passengers can be handled at Hong Kong Airport.
* Work is to start between 2016/19 on the 3-runway system (3RS). It will include a third runway, taxiways & aprons, concourse, an expanded Terminal 2, an automated people mover & a baggage handling system, and an apron with 57 parking positions - with tentative completion by 2023. The remaining midfield area between the current Midfield Concourse site and the West Apron Expansion site is to be developed in phases.
1 Cheong Yip Road
Lantau, Hong Kong
- Website for Hong Kong: http://www.hongkongairport.com/eng/index.html
- Contact: http://www.hongkongairport.com/eng/contact/index.html
- Phone: +852 2181 8888