Passenger Guide

Special Needs Access

  • Arriving at the Gate

    Once you arrive at the gate, you should proceed to the immigration counters on Level 5 in Terminal 1 (T1):

    Arrivals locationLevels
    Terminal 1 There is no change of level required if you arrive at T1. If your arrival location is near the West Hall, you may take the Automated People Mover (APM) to the East Hall
    Midfield Concourse Take the APM on Level 1 to the East Hall of T1, then proceed to Level 5.
    North Satellite Concourse Take the airside passenger buses on Level 4. After getting off the coach at T1, proceed to Level 5.
  • Immigration Clearance

    The following facilities are available at the immigration area for passengers with special needs.

    • Wide self-service e-channels for Hong Kong residents and “qualified” visitors
    • Counters for passengers with special needs
    • Seats for passengers waiting for assistance with immigration clearance
    e-channels for Hong Kong residents and qualified visitors
    counters for passengers with special needs
    seats for passengers waiting for immigration clearance
  • Baggage Reclaim

    Baggage assistants wearing pink vest uniforms are available to assist travellers at the baggage reclaims.

    baggage reclaim belt
  • Travelling to the City Centre

    By bus/ taxi 

    After you arrive at the Meeters and Greeters Hall, you may reach the bus terminus and taxi station via the downramps.

    terminal 1 ground transporation centre

    By Airport Express

    You can reach the Airport Express platform using the walkway outside the Arrivals Halls. No change of level is required.

    airport express counter in arrivals hall

    By limousine

    You can reach the limousine waiting area by following the channel near Arrivals Hall B and taking the lift to Level 3.

    limousine lounge Channel outside Arrivals Hall B to Limousine Lounge
    limousine waiting area Limousine waiting area (Level 3)

    By car

    All car parks are accessible by lifts.

    lift
  • Transfer Procedures

    Transfer Desks are located on the same level as the arrival gates.

    Terminal 1:

    Transfer Desk E1 Transfer Desk E1
    Transfer Desk E2 Transfer Desk E2
    Transfer Desk W1 Transfer Desk W1

    Midfield Concourse:

    Transfer Desk M1 Transfer Desk M1

    If your flight arrives at the Midfield Concourse, you can reach the Transfer Desks in Terminal 1 (T1) by taking the Automated People Mover on Level 1 of the Midfield Concourse to T1.

  • Security Screening

    Passengers with special needs may use the priority channels to enter the security screening area.

  • Wheelchair Service

    Passengers who wish to use wheelchair service at the Hong Kong International Airport may pre-book the complimentary service by contacting their airlines or travel agents.

    With pre-booking, the airlines will arrange for passengers needing a wheelchair to be picked up at an agreed location, such as the terminal kerbside, the Airport Express Line platform or the check-in counter, depending on the request made in advance.

    Alternatively, passengers can also procure and pre-book the wheelchair service at a charge from the airport-licensed service provider Worldwide Flight Services’ 24-hour hotline at +852 3918 5000.

    If passengers wish to travel with their own battery-powered wheelchairs, please refer to the section on “Battery-powered mobility aids” (e.g. wheelchairs) in Packing Tips for Air Passengers issued by the Civil Aviation Department (CAD). Please note that carriage on aircraft of battery-powered wheelchairs is subject to the consent of the relevant airlines. Individual airlines may set requirements which may be different from, or in additional to, the CAD’s recommended guidelines in Packing Tips for Air Passengers. Passengers are advised to contact the airline(s) concerned for further assistance and confirmation of applicable requirements before departure. Contact details for airlines can be found here.

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  • Low-level Facilities

    Wheelchair users can find the following facilities and counters at accessible height throughout the terminals.

    Customer service counters Customer service counters
    Internet terminals Internet terminals
    Charging facilities Charging facilities
    Help phones Help phones
    Pay phones Pay phones
    Drinking fountains Drinking fountains
  • Priority Seats

    You can find priority seats throughout the terminals and in immigration clearance areas.

    Check-in Hall Check-in Hall
    Departures gates Departures gates
    Immigration clearance area Immigration clearance area
  • Caring Corner

    The Caring Corner is a rest area for travellers with special needs, including passengers with reduced mobility, the elderly and pregnant women. This wheelchair-accessible facility is equipped with seating, televisions and telephone helplines.

    Location of Caring Corners

    • Near Gates 1 and 36, Departures Level (L6), Terminal 1 (Restricted Area)
    • Transfer Area E1 and E2, Arrivals Level (L5), Terminal 1 (Restricted Area)
  • Toilets for the Disabled

    Toilets for the disabled are located throughout the airport. They are equipped with automatic facilities and additional handles.

    Sliding door Sliding door
    Flush sensor Flush sensor
    Soap dispenser and water tap Soap dispenser and water tap
  • Tactile Guides

    Tactile guide paths are provided at the departure kerbs of T1 and T2, as well as AEL platforms, to lead you to the nearest customer service counter. Tactile guide paths are also available in the Midfield Concourse.

    • From departure kerbs at T1 or T2 to the nearest customer service counter
    departure kerbs at T1 or T2
    customer service counter

    • From AEL platform to the nearest customer service counter
    AEL platform
    customer service counter

    • From the arrival gates at the Midfield Concourse
    arrival gates
    Midfield Concourse
  • Braille Facilities

    Braille maps are provided at the departures kerbs of T1 and T2 (Zones 2 and 3 in T1, and Zone 6 in T2), as well as in the Midfield Concourse.

    Many airport facilities also provide signage in Braille, including the walls of toilet entrances, control panels and handles of lifts, handrails, etc.

    walls of toilet entrances
    control panels and handles of lifts
    handrails
  • Induction Loops
    • Induction loops are located at all departures gates, APM platforms and customer service counters.
    Induction loops located in seating areas Induction loops located in seating areas
  • Audio Messages
    • Warning signals and audio messages are provided in all people conveyance facilities such as lifts, escalators and walkways.
    Escalators Escalators
    Walkways Walkways
    Lifts Lifts
    • Braille maps are provided with audio messages.
    Braille maps are provided with audio messages
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