Free wi-fi internet access is available on all buses on "Cityflyer" routes. Over a period of two years, the whole of the "Cityflyer" fleet is to be replaced. The first four new buses entered service in April and about half the fleet had been replaced by the end of The new buses feature reclining high-back leather seats, individual reading lights above upper deck seats and larger luggage racks.
Multi-functional LCD panels will display the names of the next three bus stops and hotel names, luggage rack areas will be monitored by CCTV and all buses will be equipped with free wi-fi. However, these services, which are cheaper than "A" prefix routes and popular with airport workers, take a longer route via airport buildings and Tung Chung. The New Territories are served by double-deck "Airbus" buses operated by Long Win Bus Company which are similar to the "Cityflyer" buses and have plenty of luggage space and next bus stop information.
Frequency every 30 mins daily from to Frequency every mins daily from to With effect from 24th October service route is extended from airport to Hong Kong Port of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge then Airport Ground Transportation Centre for departures in airport direction from and for departures from airport from Frequency every 60 mins daily from to Every mins daily from to Note - buses on "E" prefix bus services take a longer route than "A" prefix routes serving the same districts resulting in longer journey times.
K4 This route serves from to every 12 minutes. K5 This route serves from to every 12 minutes. For more information, please visit Airport Express Travel Pass. Click here for more information. Airport Express passengers may use this service for traveling between Hong Kong or Kowloon station and major hotels or key transport interchanges.
There are seven routes. It is the only rail link to the airport's terminal. It runs parallel to the Tung Chung line , a traditional rapid transit line, from Hong Kong station to just south of the channel between Lantau Island and Chek Lap Kok Island, on which the airport was constructed.
The line continues to the airport and terminates at AsiaWorld—Expo. The Tung Chung Line terminates in the adjacent Tung Chung new town, with bus service to various areas at the airport, including the passenger terminals.
The journey from Hong Kong station to the airport takes 24 minutes. The line is coloured teal on MTR system maps. The government also invited the Mass Transit Railway Corporation to build an express line to the airport. The project began when the Chinese and British governments settled the financial and land agreements in November The line initially terminated at Airport Station and the entire journey time was 23 minutes.
With the opening of AsiaWorld—Expo, the line was extended to AsiaWorld—Expo Station on 20 December and a journey on the entire route takes 28 minutes. Is this a place or activity you would go to on a rainy day?
Is this a place or activity you would suggest for families with kids? Is this a romantic place or activity that you would suggest for couples? Does this place or activity accept credit cards? Thanks for helping! Share another experience before you go. Katetam - they have a little hand held device similar to the one used by fare conductors on the East Rail First Class carriage to check if one has paid the First Class surcharge.
You just have to tap the Octopus on the device and it will tell whether you have recently taken the AE train, or in the case of the East Rail First Class carriage, one has tap the second time on the platform to pay for the First Class surcharge.
Above is true and why Octopus Card can be used as proof of eligibility to use the free shuttle bus when travelling to hotels from Airport Express stations. However, when travelling in the opposite direction from hotels to Airport Express stations , Octopus Card is not proof of eligiblity and why the shuttle bus driver may request to see air ticket or flight boarding card before boarding the free shuttle bus.
It still doesn't provide absolute proof of eligibility as it only confirms the shuttle bus passenger has a flight , not that the Airport Express will be used as method of transportation to the airport, but it's about all that can reasonably be requested and probably assists in preventing abuse of the free shuttle bus service. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Watch this Topic. Browse forums All Browse by destination. Hong Kong forums. Follow this guide to know the 5 best places in Hong Kong with large number of good money Read More Most of them are within Read More Besides being a shopping district, Causeway Bay is also a popular currency exchange hub of Hong Kong.