List of airports in Hong Kong


List of airports in Hong Kong

List of airports and heliports in Hong Kong.:"Also see , and "

Hong Kong has become an international transportation hub of cargoes and passengers soon after 1841. In air transport, Hong Kong International Airport acts as a major international hubs for both passenger and cargo. There are several airports and heliports for military and other civil purposes. Helipads are commonly found in Hong Kong especially in large government buildings.

Flight Information Region (FIR)

The ICAO code of Hong Kong Flight Information Region (Hong Kong FIR) is VHHK.

Airports

Heliports

Helipads

*The Peninsula hotel. It is the only rooftop helipad in the territory, excluding the rooftop heliport of Shun Tak Centre and those in hospitals
*Ping Chau
*Cheung Chau, between Tung Wan Beach and Kwun Yam Beach.
*Central waterfront
*Tai Mei Tuk near main dam of Plover Cove Reservoir
*Discovery Bay Marina
*Mui Wo waterfront, Lantau Island
*Kwai Chung Workshop (Fire Services Department) at Lai King Hill Road
*Soko Islands, South of Lantau Island
*Sai Wan, Sai Kung
*Hau Tong Kai, Sai Kung
*Lo Fu Kei Shek, Sai Kung
*Kadoorie Base, engineering and operations base of Heliservices (Hong Kong) Ltd, Lam Kam Road, New Territories
*Wan Chai, next to Hong Kong Island exit of the Cross Habour Tunnel
*Yuen Long Police Station
*Sunny Bay, In Hong Kong Disneyland Resort
*Sunny Bay, Near Sunny Bay Power Station

ee also

* Transport in Hong Kong

External links

* [http://www.hk-place.com/view.php?id=160 List of heliports and helipads in Hong Kong] (in Chinese)

*Other lists of airports in Hong Kong:
** [http://gc.kls2.com/cgi-bin/gclookup?Q=country:HK Great Circle Mapper]
** [http://www.fallingrain.com/world/HK/airports.html FallingRain.com]
** [http://www.aircraft-charter-world.com/airports/asia/china.htm Aircraft Charter World]
** [http://www.the-airport-guide.com/search.php?by=country&search=Hong+Kong The Airport Guide]


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