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Business Class Flights to Hong Kong Airport

Built in 1998 on Chek Lap Kok and Lam Chau Islands, on land reclaimed from the sea, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is one of Asia’s largest hubs for both commercial and passenger traffic. The airport, and Hong Kong itself, are considered by many to symbolize a gateway to Asia, and it handles a surprising amount of traffic, both business and leisure flights to HKG and through the airport.


Hong Kong is one of the world’s largest business centers, especially for international banking and companies in the technology sector, making it a frequent destination for corporate travelers. Leisure travelers also often book flights to HKG, as Hong Kong is often one of the first places tourists with Asia itineraries, like a trip to China, choose to visit.


Flights to Hong Kong Airport are available from most major cities around the world. Due to them being home to large populations of people of Chinese descent, frequent flights to HKG are available from cities on the West Coast of the U.S., such as from Los Angeles (LAX) to HKG. Business class travel to Hong Kong is popular among travelers who depart from cities in the U.S. and Canada, as flight times from even the westernmost part of North America, such as a Seattle (SEA) to HKG flight, can take up to 16 hours or longer.


HKG serves as a hub for several carriers, including Hong Kong Airlines, Cathay Pacific, HK Express, and Greater Bay Airlines. Most major airlines from around the globe carry flights to HKG.


Among the amenities available to passengers who book flights to HKG are complimentary showers and medical services. The airport is also home to several lounges, which serve food and drinks and most often also offer showers. Some HKG airport lounges charge travelers a fee. Those who book a business class flight to HKG can usually use their airline’s lounge free of charge, such as the Cathay business class lounge at HKG.


Ground transportation options at Hong Kong Airport include bus and coach services, which can take passengers to various parts of Hong Kong and locations in Macau and China’s Guangdong Province. Ferry and rapid rail transport to various places in Hong Kong are also available at HKG. Visitors can ride the rapid rail to a number of attractions, including museums and historic sites in the West Kowloon Cultural District.