New City Terminal of Shenzhen Airport Opens in Hong Kong
Shenzhen Airport Hong Kong (Macau Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan) City Terminal was officially put into use yesterday, which makes the passengers who board in Shenzhen airport from Hong Kong be able to finish the check-in procedures there, then take bus directly to Shenzhen Airport.
Shenzhen Airport Hong Kong (Macau Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan) City Terminal is located in the ground floor of Shun Tak Center in Sheung Wan Macau Ferry Terminal, which mainly provides services for Hong Kong and Macao tourists including check-in procedure, air ticket sales and related air business advisory services, etc.
The terminal building covers visitor resources including Hong Kong Sheung Wan, Central District, Jin Zhong, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay, and North Point, etc. Macau visitors can also be transferred through the Macau Ferry Terminal to Shenzhen Airport. The whole way from Macau Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan to the Shenzhen airport takes one hour and a half by the direct bus, with one-way fare of 100 HK Dollar, round-trip ticket of 160 HK Dollar.
Macau Ferry Terminal in Sheung Wan is the fourth City Terminal following the Hong Kong Airport, the Airport Railway Kowloon Station, and Wan Chai. As there are more mainland routes at lower prices in the Shenzhen Airport, City Terminal became popular in Hong Kong in 2009, where the number of its passengers was over 800,000.
Reporter learned that once travelers check in, the operator of the airport and the direct bus would take all measures to prevent the passengers from missing fight. If there is an accident, the authorities can also help passengers to transfer other flights.
The Airport will open more City Terminals in the Pearl River Delta, and further strengthen the transfer function to increase the range of services. According to the preliminary estimates, there will be around 2.3 million passengers to get in and out of the Shenzhen Airport through the city terminal over this year, with an increase of 30%.
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