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Hong Kong International Airport has fully launched 'Flight Token', a self-service biometric identification system that enables Hong Kong residents and passengers to self-complete the entire departures process.
The Airport Authority Hong Kong has welcomed the Government of Hong Kong’s adjustments to quarantine arrangements for inbound passengers.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has decided to extend its relief package until the end of July 2022, to further support the airport community post-COVID-19 pandemic.
Hong Kong International Airport has conducted an aircraft crash and rescue exercise, with the aim to familiarise the airport community with the safety procedures for the new third runway.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has announced Hong Kong International Airport’s passenger and cargo volume, and flight movements for February 2022 in comparison to pre-pandemic levels.
The latest traffic figures at Hong Kong International Airport shows that the airport handled 71,000 passengers and 391,000 tonnes of cargo during January 2022.
Hong Kong International Airport has released its cargo traffic figures for November 2021, showing a significant year-on-year increase of 10.1 per cent to 478,000 tonnes.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has today (9 December 2021) announced the target and strategy to achieve Net Zero Carbon at Hong Kong International Airport by 2050.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has reached an important milestone for its Three-runway System expansion, as the North Runway at Hong Kong International Airport has been re-designated as the Centre Runway.
Hong Kong International Airport’s Flight Token biometrics technology has won 'Best Innovation in Airport Passengers Related Processes' in the Amadeus & ACI World Technology Innovation Awards 2021.
In October 2021, Hong Kong International Airport’s cargo throughput increased by 14.7 per cent, and the airport also experienced a passenger increase of 72.6 per cent, compared to October 2020 data.
Airport Authority Hong Kong has announced that nearly 90 per cent of its staff have already received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.