Hong Kong

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Getting to Hong Kong


Opened in 1998, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), known locally as Chek Lap Kok, still looks brand spanking new. One of the world’s busiest hubs, it’s won several accolades, and has excellent facilities and good public transport links to Hong Kong from its Lantau Island location.


Most major international carriers fly here, as does the well-respected budget airline, Jetstar Asia. Cathay Pacific flies nonstop from SFO, LAX, ORD, and JFK, plus YVR (Vancouver) and YYZ (Toronto), and codeshares with American Airlines. United Airlines flies nonstop from SFO and ORD, and codeshares with Continental, which operates nonstop from EWR. Delta flies nonstop from Detroit (DTW). Air Canada also flies nonstop from YVR and YYZ. Singapore Air and US Airways also travel to Hong Kong from SFO.

Flight Times

Nonstop flights from the West Coast take around 14 hours going (13 hours returning). It’s about 15 hours each way from the Midwest, and 16 hours each way from the East Coast.

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