Flights from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong
Flight information Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong International
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average flight time from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong International, total distance 2532 kilometres
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Airlines that fly from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong
The airlines that offer nonstop flights from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong via Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Hong International Airport include AirAsia, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines with AirAsia flight 130, 134, 136, and 138; Cathay Pacific flight 720, 722, and 724; Malaysia Airlines flight 72, 78, 432, and 448. The mentioned airlines all provide round-the-clock flights all days of the week. When flying out from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong there are more than ten direct flights offered throughout the day, with the flights available from Mondays to Sundays, depending on the flight and the provider. Also, travellers are able to get to the destination with connecting flights via Singapore, Phnom Penh, Ho Chi Minh City, Bangkok, Kota Kinabalu, and Ko Samui. The airlines that operate the connecting flights include Silkair, Singapore Airlines, Dragonair, Thai Airways, Bangkok Airways, Tigerair, and more.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport has a total of approximately 740,000 square metres of floor area divided into its Main Terminal Building and Contact Pier, Satellite Terminal A, klia2, Gateway@klia2, KL City Air Terminal, and Low Cost Carrier Terminal or LCCT. The airport can handle a total of 70 million passengers per year with the Main Terminal Building, and Contact Pier handling around five million annual passengers, Satellite Terminal A with approximately 20 million annual passengers, and klia2 with approximately 45 million annual passengers. Also when within the airport, there are around 114 aerobridge and 48 remote parking bays in total.
Hong Kong International Airport or HKIA can be divided into Terminal 1, Terminal 2, North Satellite Concourse, and Midfield Concourse, among others. The airport covers a total area of approximately 1,255 hectares or 4.85 square miles. It also has a total of 66 boarding gates, with 66 jet bridge gates divided into gates 1 to 4, 15 to 71, 501 to 510, along with seven virtual gates consisting of 511 to 513, and 521 to 524. When flying in Hong Kong International Airport, the Terminal 1 measures at currently measuring at 570,000 square metres or 6.1 million square feet and is considered to be the third largest airport passenger terminal building in the world. Additionally, Terminal 2 of the Hong Kong International Airport measures at around 140,000 square metres, or 1.5 million square feet. It only has check-in and processing facility for departing passengers, with no gates or facility for domestic and international arriving passengers. When flying in, the passengers that arrive are transported to the gates at Terminal 1.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, it is recommended that travellers must be ready when flying. It is best to check in early and to also familiarise yourself with the security guidelines. As a general ruling, it is best for travellers to always have the right documentation at hand such as a valid passport, boarding pass, and travel itinerary, along with a picture I.D. if needed.
What to expect in Hong Kong
When within Hong Kong, expect temperatures that record an annual average high of 25.6 degrees Celsius or 78.1 degrees Fahrenheit, average low of 21.4 degrees Celsius or 70.5 degrees Fahrenheit, with a daily mean of 23.24 degrees Celsius or 73.83 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, both Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Hong Kong both offset UTC eight hours at UTC+08:00, with Hong Kong local time at Hong Kong Standard Time. Lastly, when in Hong Kong, expect consumer prices in the country to be more or less 77 percent higher when compared to Kuala Lumpur, with most of the prices in Hong Kong are more expensive in comparison to the prices in Kuala Lumpur. Hong Kong’s purchasing power is around five percent higher than in Kuala Lumpur. Please be advised that as of the time of writing, 1.00 Malaysian Ringgit is equal to HKD 2.04.
This information is correct as of July 2015
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