According to reports from Airport Authority Hong Kong, during September 2021, Hong Kong International Airport's cargo traffic increased 17.9 per cent to 455,000 tonnes since September 2020.
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Airport Authority Hong Kong has welcomed support from the Chief Executive to push forward Airport City development and progress at Hong Kong's international aviation hub.
Hong Kong International Airport reaches major milestone for its Three-runway System (3RS) project, with the completion of runway pavement works for the new Third Runway.
The Targeted Groups subject to the new requirements include those handling high-risk cargo or having unavoidable close-range contact with arrival and transfer or transit passengers, as well as crew members within 1.5m distance without partition or barrier.
The growth of cargo volume was mainly attributed to double-digit growth in both trans-shipments and imports compared to the same month last year.
The exercise was undertaken with participation from Hong Kong Airlines and more than 20 organisations and government departments.
Hong Kong Airport's Terminal 1 extension is to commence operation on 29 November 2019, adding 48 new check-in counters.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is striving to develop into a smart airport; leveraging innovation and technology to shape the future travel experience to be streamlined, efficient and enjoyable.
Fred Lam, CEO of Airport Authority Hong Kong, spoke to us about the SKYCITY development and how it will further reinforce HKIA’s role as international aviation hub.
Hong Kong International Airport is planning a transformation from city airport to 'Airport City' to ensure the airport can facilitate the expected exponential passenger growth.
Passenger volumes, flight movements and cargo all saw a continued steady increase in March, as mainland China and Japan record significant increases in traffic from the airport.
ACI has released new guidance material on cybersecurity, addressing insider threat, airport business continuity, and customer experience following the World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, which was hosted by Hong Kong International Airport from 2-4 April 2019.
HKIA has been recognised by IATA for its capability in the transportation and handling of perishable cargo, through its efficient, dedicated facilities and services provided in a stringent temperature-controlled process at globally assured standards.
Passenger number have increased 2.5 per cent on 2017's numbers at HKIA in 2018, ahead of operations beginning in the Terminal 1 Annex Building.
The annual crash and rescue exercise at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) was successfully completed on Friday 9 November, and took a total of five hours, to ensure the safety of everyone involved in the incident.