Community Liaison Groups
To foster proactive engagement with the community, in 2012 the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) established five Community Liaison Groups (CLGs) in the neighbouring districts of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), namely Islands, Kwai Tsing, Shatin, Tsuen Wan and Tuen Mun. CLG members include district councillors and community leaders. AAHK uses CLGs as a platform to exchange views on HKIA’s latest developments with the community, in an effort to enhance airport services and contribute to the betterment of these districts. CLGs also enable AAHK to listen to the views of community leaders on various topics related to HKIA and the three-runway system (3RS) project, including environmental issues. Please click here for CLG meeting materials.
Professional Liaison Group
AAHK has set up a Professional Liaison Group (PLG) comprising professionals and experts with relevant experience to facilitate communications and handle enquiries and complaints about environmental issues related to the 3RS project. Project information shared with the group includes construction and operational progress as well as the results of environmental monitoring and audits. Please click here to view PLG meeting materials.
Other Engagement Activities
AAHK reports to the Legislative Council Panel on Economic Development on a regular basis, providing updates to panel members on the development of the 3RS project. In addition, AAHK maintains on-going engagement with a wide range of stakeholders – including briefings, meetings and airport visits with statutory bodies, professional organisations, green groups and industry associations – in order to update them on the latest developments at the airport and listen to their views.
School Talks and Visits
To enhance students' understanding of the importance of HKIA’s development and economic growth of Hong Kong, we have arranged a number of briefings and airport visits for universities and secondary schools. Between August 2016 and August 2020, we organised more than 340 visits, hosting approximately 11,500 secondary and tertiary students. Please click here for more information on HKIA Educational Visits.