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Hong Kong International Airport
Total Area: 1,225 hectares
Flight Handling Capacity: 62 flights per hour
Passenger Throughput: 50.9 million (2010)
Workforce: Approx 65,000
Cargo Throughput: 4.1 million tonnes (2010)
Designer: Lord Norman Foster
Designed by acclaimed British architect Lord Norman Foster, this awesome state-of-the-art structure completed in 1998 was voted one of the Top 10 Construction Achievements of the 20th Century by the Construction Industry Manufacturers Association. Located at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island, Hong Kong International Airport is linked to the city’s urban areas via an impressive chain of highways, railways and bridges. Hong Kong Island is less than 30 minutes away by MTR Airport Express train.
Uncluttered spaces and lots of natural light are what make this an impressive entranceway to Asia’s world city. It also remains one of the world's largest and most popular airports, and has been recognised as the world’s best airport around 40 times.
Located within five hours flying time from half the world’s population, the airport has two runways and two terminals that serve around 100 airlines from all over the world. In addition to connecting to 160 destinations by air, the airport easily connects to over 100 cities and towns in Mainland China via road and sea transport links.
The terminals contain extensive facilities for shopping, dining, leisure and entertainment.