Hong Kong International Airport has a parking capacity of about 2000 parking spaces for hourly, daily, and long-term use. For private vehicle, the following are the charges for the parking:
|Time||Car park 1||Car park 4(indoor zone)||Car park 4(Outdoor zone)|
|Long-term||N/A||N/A||First three days: $470Each day thereafter $160|
All car parks have automated car has an automated payment system where parking tickets are not issued upon entry. One should pay for the packing using any of the electronic payment methods when exiting. There is also reserved parking for people with special needs and parking for people with mobility disabilities. Disabled drivers are offered a 50% discount on the listed parking fees. This offer is open to any holder of a Disabled Person’s Parking Permit issued by the Hong Kong Transport Department.
32A and 13A standard EV chargers and quick chargers are also available at Level 1 of Carpark 4. Vehicles being charged are also subjected to parking fees.
Hong Kong International Airport ground transportation
Hong Kong International Airport is connected to Hong Kong by the North Lantau Highway on Lantau Island. East Hall is connected to the Midfield Concourse via West Hall and Terminal 2 by an automated people mover.
Passengers and travelers can use buses to commute within and out of the airport. Citybus, New Lantau Bus, Long Win Bus, and Discovery Bay Transit Services operate 25 bus routes to the airport from various parts of Hong Kong City. The bus companies also offer overnight services. Coach services are also available in major cities of the country.
Ferry services are available from the airport to various destinations throughout the Pearl River Delta thru Skypier. Passengers using the ferry are not considered to have entered Hong Kong for immigration purposes. Therefore, access to the ferry terminal is before immigration in the airport for arriving passengers. Check-in services are also available.
Rail is also available for use. There is a dedicated high-speed rail as part of the MTR rapid transit network. The fastest transport mode from the airport to the city is the Airport Express. The line makes intermediate stops at Tsing Yi Island, West Kowloon, and terminates at Hong Kong Station. It will take you 24 minutes for a train ride using Airport express from the airport to Hong Kong City.
There is also taxi transportation serving the airport, differentiated by color. Urban taxis (red-colored) can go anywhere except southern Lantau Island. New Territories taxis (green-colored) connect the airport with the New Territories, except those parts of the Tsuen Wan, Sha Tin and Tseung Kwan O. Lantau taxis (blue-colored) connect the airport with the rest of Lantau Islands.
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