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Hong Kong International Airport was built on the artificially constructed island of Chek Lap Kok, replaced Kai Tak Airport in 1998 and offers flights to more than 40 locations in China, Asia and other destinations worldwide. The airport has world beating passenger terminal buildings, being the largest in the world, and remains open24/7, albeit with restricted night time flights. It is a primary hub for various airlines including Cathay Pacific and Hong Kong Airlines. It is a major stop over point for travellers from Europe to Australasia and Singapore to the US. The airport employs 60,000 staff and flights leave for more than 150 city destinations worldwide, the airport has more than 50 million passengers each year.

Your booking confirmation will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Hong Kong, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Hong Kong car rental will often have a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Hong Kong Airport

The airport is connected via bridges, tunnels and a new road and was the most expensive in the world to build as the construction involved reclaiming part of the sea bed to increase the landmass sufficiently enough to hold all of the required buildings. The airports current Terminal 1 is the largest in the world. A second airport terminal was added in 2007, T2 has a check in facility only and has a shopping centre with restaurants and entertainment facilities. Plans for a proposed additional two or three runway system have been unveiled and are currently under public consultation.

Tourist Info

The Peak remains a popular attraction in Hong Kong, giving one of the best views of Hong Kong, it has had the Peak Tower added to the skyline and is accessed by the Peak Tram. The tram climbs to more than 370 meters and once at the top you can view some to the most magnificent buildings in the world. One of Hong Kong’s most famous areas is its harbour. Victoria Harbour has the most stunning panoramic night time view with its buildings lit up. The harbour looks most fabulous when it is celebrating the seasons such as Christmas and the Lunar New Year with its fabulous firework displays lighting up the whole sky and recently added its own Hollywood Walk of fame where local film stars are honoured.

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