HKIA

Discover Their Story - Hong Kong International Airport
Inducted in 2013
Consecutive Award Won: Best Airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is an international and regional aviation hub that connects Hong Kong with the world. With over 120 airlines serving over 220 destinations worldwide, it is the world's busiest cargo gateway and one of the world's busiest passenger airports. In 2017, HKIA handled 73.6 million passengers and 5.1 million tonnes of air cargo and airmail. The airport makes significant social and economic contributions to Hong Kong.

Since its opening in 1998, HKIA has been committed to providing world-class services and high standards of safety, security, efficiency and customer service. It has been named the world's best airport for more than 70 times.

In addition to an extensive air network, HKIA also has a multi-modal connections with Mainland China, especially the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region. Every day, cross-boundary ferry services take passengers to and from nine ports in the PRD and Macao, and cross-boundary coaches carry passengers on about 550 scheduled trips between HKIA and over 110 Mainland cities and towns. Meanwhile, there are limousines providing point-to-point transport services between HKIA and various PRD destinations.

To meet increasing air traffic demand, HKIA is expanding into a three-runway system.

 

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Summary

The Next Chapter

The air traffic at HKIA has been growing rapidly and its current two-runway system is reaching full capacity.

A series of developments are being undertaken to enhance HKIA’s handling capacity. For the medium term, the remaining Midfield development will add 34 aircraft parking positions. Terminal 1 of HKIA is also being expanded to provide additional passenger facilities. In the long term, HKIA will be developed into a three-runway system. The expansion is essential to maintain Hong Kong’s growth and prosperity, as well as its overall competitiveness.