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SZ Airport Opens New Hong Kong Check-in Terminal

Date Posted:2010-03-25   Author:    Source:Original site
Shenzhen International Airport opened its fourth check-in terminal in Hong Kong on Tuesday to make it easier for passengers to check in.
The new terminal, with a floor space of nearly 200 square meters, is located underground at the Shun Tak Center at the HK-Macao Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan.
Passengers can get their boarding passes and check in their luggage at the terminal before taking the 90-minute shuttle bus trip to Shenzhen airport.
It costs HK$100 (US$15) for a one-way ticket. A return ticket costs HK$160.
Shuttle buses will leave the HK-Macao Ferry Terminal at one-hour intervals from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day. The buses will leave Shenzhen airport from 9:15 a.m. to 8:45 p.m. The intervals will be reduced to half an hour during rush hours.
Shenzhen airport had previously opened three terminals at Hong Kong International Airport, Kowloon and Wan Chai, the airport authority said Tuesday. Last year, more than 800,000 passengers used the three terminals in Hong Kong.
The new terminal is expected to benefit Hong Kong residents living near Sheung Wan, Central, Admiralty, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay and North Point.
Shenzhen airport has so far opened 21 check-in terminals in Pearl River Delta cities including Dongguan and Huizhou. Some 1.73 million passengers used the terminals last year. The airport authority expects the number to reach 2.3 million this year, an increase of 33 percent year on year. (Han Ximin)