Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Hong Kong International Airport
Most of all flights to Hong Kong land on Hong Kong International Airport (IATA Code:HKG) which is the world’s number one business passenger airport and the world’s busiest cargo gateway The airport, which is connected to about 160 destinations, serves over fifty million passengers annually. Over one hundred airlines fly in and out of the two terminals, a two runway facility that offers over 900 flights each day.
Hong Kong International Airport is committed to Safety, Operational Efficiency, the Environment and Customer Convenience. The airport has made many green commitments, as well. The airport has received recognition as being the world’s best airport.
The airport features a list of fun packed activities that allow passengers to enjoy their time in the airport. On the list is a children’s orchestra, variety show, magic performance, a “Tea through the Ages” exhibition, “Caring Hong Kong” exhibition and more. For children, there are also fun corners where the kids can learn to create handicrafts and paint. The airport has dedicated themselves to be an airport that offers travellers an escape from the dreaded waiting time between flights through a variety of interesting activates, shops and restaurants.
Both the airport’s terminals feature shopping and dining with many extras throughout the terminals such as a first aid station, ATMs, charging stations and mailboxes. Travellers also enjoy a variety of entertainment venues which include the UA IMAX Theatre, i-Sports, Dream Come True Education Park, and the Aviation Discovery Centre. There is also a Sky City Nine Eagles Golf Course.
Hong Kong International Airport features the Regal Airport Hotel which is connected to Terminal 1 via an air conditioned bridge for all travellers that would like to spend the night close to the airport. The hotel features meeting and conference facilities and a variety of quality bars and restaurants that service Cantonese, Shanghainese, Western and internal fares.
Airport Parking and Transfers
Hong Kong International Airport features three parking garages offering over three thousand public parking spaces. Special needs parking is available as well as electric vehicle charging. For vehicles that will be parked for thirty minutes or less, complimentary parking is available in Car Park 1 and 4. Parking charges are per hour, daily, monthly or long term.
Hong Kong International Airport is a multimodal transport centre and offers a wide range of sea and land sea connections to major cities within Pearl River Delta region. Sea transport is provided by cross boundary ferries, and coach service covers towns and cities. Limousines are also available as well as taxis and shuttles.