Special Announcement
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Hong Kong International Airport Educational Visits

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is committed to broadening the horizons of younger generations by hosting educational visits to the airport for students as extensions to their classroom learning. These visits consist of a presentation on HKIA, a look at the exhibition about the airport's current and future development, and a tour of airport facilities. It suits all kinds of disciplines, especially students of Liberal Studies / Tourism and Hospitality Studies or relevant curriculums.

Visits last around two and a half hours, and they are available for groups of up to 40 students per school. They are held from Monday to Friday. Local secondary, tertiary schools and youth organisations are welcome to submit applications.

For enquiries, please call Ms Virginia Ng on 2188 7203 or Ms Grace Wong on 2188 7146.


During each visit, a presentation will be given to students about HKIA's role as a gateway to the world, its contribution to the sustainable growth of Hong Kong's aviation industry and economy, its daily operations, its future development plan, and employment opportunities

During each visit, a presentation will be given to students about HKIA's role as a gateway to the world, its contribution to the sustainable growth of Hong Kong's aviation industry and economy, its daily operations, its future development plan, and employment opportunities.

Students will also relish the opportunity to learn more about all the green initiatives that have been implemented at the airport, eg. Wastewater Treatment Plant (photo on the right).

Students will also relish the opportunity to learn more about all the green initiatives that have been implemented at the airport, eg. Wastewater Treatment Plant (photo on the right).
To further widen students' exposure and have closer communications with schools, we also co-operate with other programmes designed for secondary schools, including 'Business-School Partnership Programme' by Education Bureau, 'Future Stars' Programme - Upward Mobility Formula by Commission on Poverty and 'Business-School Partnership Programme' by Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC).

To further widen students' exposure and have closer communications with schools, we also co-operate with other programmes designed for secondary schools, including "Business-School Partnership Programme" by Education Bureau, "Future Stars" Programme - Upward Mobility Formula by Commission on Poverty and "Business-School Partnership Programme" by Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC).