HKIA

AcronymDefinition
HKIAHong Kong International Airport
HKIAHong Kong Institute of Architects
HKIAHamid Karzai International Airport (Kabul, Afghanistan)
HKIAHong Kong Inventors Association Ltd.
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If HKIA does not expand, or fails to expand in a timely manner, to meet our future aviation traffic demand, there will be adverse consequences," Stanley Hui Hon-chung, the authority's CEO, said in a statement.
The opening of HKIA is one of the most significant events in Cathay's history,' believes Robert Cutler, Director, Service Delivery.
Because HKIA handles such high volumes of passenger and cargo traffic--4.
Currently, fresh fish is transported to HKIA, and transported to Spain via OR Tambo Airport.
Asia is staring at huge growth rates during the next 10 years, and to compete for some of that traffic, officials at HKIA need to start planning immediately.
This means that HKIA looks likely to see maybe as few as 28 million passengers in its first year rather than the 32 million originally expected.
Mr Lam added that HKIA is one of the busiest airports in the world, connecting 190 destinations worldwide, at the same time as SZIA offers a comprehensive domestic flight network.
Within the airline's subsidiaries, Algernon Yau, the current general manager HKIA, will become chief executive officer of Cathay Pacific Services Limited, the company that will operate the Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal that is being built at Hong Kong International Airport.
Cathay Pacific customers travelling to Macao will enjoy check-through baggage and a choice of six daily direct Cotai Water Jet sailings, which depart from the SkyPier at HKIA, ensuring expedient and flexible inter-modal transport connectivity.
The Mobile Pass, which is made available for offline access on Klook App, is aimed at improving Hong Kong Airport Express' operational efficiency while ensuring travelers the most seamless and fastest experience to and from HKIA.
Once complete, the 3RS will enable HKIA to handle up to 102 million passengers, 8.
Separate dining facilities (DFACs) operated by Turkey, NATO, and the United States were open on HKIA, serving coalition forces from all nations.