Airport City

Driving the economic growth of Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area, while strengthening HKIA’s status as an international aviation hub.

Our Airport City vision is a comprehensive development blueprint for HKIA comprising six core elements – passenger and cargo facilities services, cross-boundary multimodal transportation connection, commercial developments, smart airport, building a regional aviation training centre, and a commitment to operating a green airport – to help us cater to long-term air traffic demand and transform the airport into a destination in its own right.

2019/20 highlights


long Sky Bridge was successfully
raised to its final position


consecutive year as the world’s busiest cargo airport


airport in the world to use driverless autonomous electric tractor for baggage delivery


  • Complete the Intermodal Transfer Terminal

    by 2022

  • Commission the Third Runway

    by 2022

  • Commission the premium logistics centre

    by 2023

  • Commission the Three-Runway System

    by 2024

Expanding Capacity and Functionality

Despite the outlook is unclear, we remain focused on our long-term vision to transform HKIA into an Airport City, with significant progress achieved across various key component projects.

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Case Study: Sky Bridge – Building the world’s longest airside bridge

Q&A with S. S. Kong, General Manager, Capital Works Construction

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Economic Contribution

While the present downturn is unprecedented, HKIA is maintaining its development plans contributing to the long-term development of Hong Kong and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area.

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Smart Airport

Technological advances are providing opportunities for innovative solutions to effectively increase capacity, enhance efficiency and improve safety, security and the passenger experience.

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Case Study: Building Smart Airport Infrastructure

Q&A with Kelvin Wong, General Manager, Technical Services Systems

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