Wednesday, May 22, 2024
HKIA Community Building opens

HKIA Community Building opens

The HKIA Community Building has officially opened at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), providing leisure and dining facilities to create a quality workplace for airport staff.

Funded and developed by Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK), the HKIA Community Building is adjacent to Terminal 1, serving all staff of different companies operating at the airport with a staff clubhouse and a staff cafeteria. The HKIA Staff Clubhouse provides various facilities including a gymnasium with over 100 pieces of equipment, a karaoke room, quiet room, relaxation room, badminton court, basketball court, yoga room, table tennis room, barbecue area and roof garden. Airport staff may relax at the clubhouse during their spare time, with various facilities catering to their needs. Activities such as interest classes, seminars and events will also be held at the clubhouse for the airport community.

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The 500-seat Landside Staff Cafeteria provides airport staff with a range of dining options, as well as a spacious and airy dining area, where staff can enjoy the spectacular view of the Sky Bridge and the apron.

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“I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to all airport business partners and their staff for their continuous efforts in taking forward the airport development projects during the challenging times. The HKIA Community Building not only serves the staff of AAHK, but the entire airport community with a wide array of leisure facilities. Staff is the most precious asset. AAHK will continue to work with its business partners to enhance staff well-being, and make HKIA an ideal workplace,” Jack So, Chairman of AAHK, said.

The HKIA Community Building also houses the new campuses of Hong Kong International Aviation Academy and Airport Pre-school, with the latter set to open next year.

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