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Special Transport Measures on 7 September to Ensure Smooth Airport Operations

September 10, 2019 Airport No Comments Email Email

In view of the calls for attempts to block traffic to Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) on 7 September, Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) has been working closely with the airport community and public transport operators to implement special measures tomorrow to ensure the smooth operations of HKIA.

Starting from 0900hrs on 7 September until close of service, Airport Express service will not stop at the Kowloon, Tsing Yi and AsiaWorld-Expo Stations, and all Airport Express trains will only take passengers from Hong Kong Station to the airport. City-bound Airport Express Service will only stop at Hong Kong Station. In-town check-in service at Kowloon Station will also be suspended tomorrow. Meanwhile, services of airport buses may also be adjusted tomorrow according to operational circumstances. Passengers should stay tuned to traffic updates.

Car Park 1 of the airport will be closed starting from 0900hrs tomorrow because of operational considerations.

Passengers are advised to allow sufficient time to travel to the airport. Passengers can also check with their respective airlines, or the airport’s website and “HKG My Flight” mobile app for updated flight information.

Access control plans are implemented for the terminal buildings at the Airport. Only passengers with a valid air ticket or boarding pass for a flight in the next 24 hours and a valid travel document, or airport staff with relevant identification document will be allowed to enter the terminal buildings. Staff of the AA and security officers are on-site at the various access control checkpoints to assist bona fide passengers and airport staff to enter the terminal buildings.

The AA reiterates that the High Court has ordered the continuation of the interim injunction order (the Order) obtained by the AA on 13 August 2019 which restrains persons from unlawfully and wilfully obstructs or interferes with the proper use of the airport. The Order covers the entire airport island.  Any person who blocks traffic connecting to the airport may also constitute acts of unlawfully and wilfully obstructing or interfering with the proper use of the airport.

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