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Hong Kong International Airport, also known as Chek Lap Kok Airport and opened on July 2, 1998, is an aero island that serves the urban area of Hong Kong and is one of the busiest in the world. It operates with flights throughout Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and North America.
Official Website: hongkongairport.com
Number of Terminals - 2 - Terminals 1 and 2, open 24 hours a day. An automatic free train (Automated People Mover) travels between the terminals and the SkyPier ferry station from 6:00 am to 1:00 am.
Annual passenger traffic: 74.7 million passengers went through it during 2018.
Tel: +852 2181 8888. Customer service centers are available on the Departures and Arrivals levels of both terminals, in addition to interactive booths in the Arrivals Halls. There are also volunteers at high-traffic locations to provide assistance.
The airport is located on Chek Lap Kok island, 34 km (21 miles) to the west of Hong Kong.See Map
From 7:00 am to 0:00 am there are limousine services in Terminal 2. China Travel Service (Tel +852 2261 2169), Eternal East Tours (Tel +852 3559 1083), KCI Travel (Tel +852 2261 2636), ST Travel (Tel +852 3197 9312), Sinoway (Tel +852 3197 9310), TIL Travel (Tel +852 2261 0296).
There are three parking lots. Payment can be made at the exit barriers or at the Customer Service Centre. The first 30 minutes of stay are free in car parks 1 and 4. More information: Tel +852 2183 4360. Fees
Car Park 1 - Outdoor area for short-term parking.
Car Park 2 - Open air lot for short and long stays.
Car Park 4 - Multi-storey facility with indoor and outdoor zones, for short or long stays. Electric vehicle chargers are available at level 1.
The terminals have ramps, elevators, adapted restrooms, escalators, handrails with audio signs, Braille signage, tactile markers and induction loops for the hearing-impaired. There are wheelchairs for free by previous request from your airline. Besides the public transport, there are other options for passengers with reduced mobility. These include taxis (Tel +852 2760 8771), limousines (Tel +852 8106 6616) and buses from Rehabus (Tel +852 8100 8655) and Easy-Access Bus (Tel +852 2772 7301). Car parks have reserved spaces close to the elevators.
Latest updates: June 13, 2019