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List of airports in Hong Kong

List of airports and heliports in Hong Kong.

Also see Category:Airports in Hong Kong, Category:Heliports in Hong Kong and List of airports by ICAO code: VH

Hong Kong has become an international transportation hub of cargo 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.

Contents

  • Flight Information Region (FIR) 1
  • Airports 2
  • Heliports 3
  • Helipads 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

Flight Information Region (FIR)

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

Airports

Location ICAO   IATA   Airport name
Current Airports
Chek Lap Kok VHHH HKG Hong Kong International Airport
Shek Kong VHSK Shek Kong Airfield (PLA Air Force)
Former Airports
Kowloon City / Kowloon Bay VHHH HKG Kai Tak Airport (former Hong Kong Int'l, closed 6/7/1998)
Kai Tak Airport VHKT HKG RAF Kai Tak (closed 1978)
Fanling Fanling Airstrip (opened 1949)
Sha Tin Sha Tin Airfield (former RAF Shatin, In use 1949 - 1970s)

Heliports

Location ICAO   Airport name
Current Heliports
Sheung Wan VHSS Shun Tak Heliport
Chek Lap Kok VHHH Hong Kong International Airport
Shek Kong Airfield VHSK Shek Kong

Helipads

According to Hong Kong Government's record, there are about 170 Helicopter Landing Pads (Helipads) available.

See also

External links

  • List of heliports and helipads in Hong Kong (in Chinese)
  • GeoInfo Map (Keywords: Helicopter Landing Pad)
  • Other lists of airports in Hong Kong:
    • Great Circle Mapper
    • FallingRain.com
    • Aircraft Charter World
    • The Airport Guide
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