Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong International Airport is the only civil airport operating in Hong Kong now. Located on the artificial island of Chek Lap Kok, north to Lautau Island of the New Territories, it is also called Chek Lap Kok International Airport (CLK).
Hong Kong International Airport is the fourth busiest international passenger airport in the world and has the busiest international cargo facilities. There are 90 airlines operating from the airport and at any time, some 750 aircraft are on their move daily. HKIA links Hong Kong with around 150 destinations round the world, including 40 cities in Mainland China. 
Location: The airport is located 34km (21 miles) northwest of Hong Kong Island.

Airport Hotels/ Transit Hall, Transit Hotels: Regal Airport Hotels, Sky City Marriott, Novotel Citygate
Check in time: Check-in counters are closed punctually 40 minutes before scheduled departure time
Limitation for luggage: Passengers using Hong Kong International Airport are expected to follow the hand baggage guidelines set by the Airline Operators Committee. These state that hand baggage carried onboard an aircraft must not exceed 56cm x 36cm x 23 cm (22” x 14” x 9”).
You can check whether your baggage is the right size by using the measuring gauges found around the Check-in Hall and at the entrances of the Immigration Halls in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. If you are uncertain, please check with your airline.
Lounges:  The Wing (Airside). After Immigration and Security, take escalators, then make an immediate left turn. You'll see the lounge entrance of The Wing further down. The Pier (Airside) is on Level 5 and lounge reception is near gates 62-66. The Cabin (Airside) is on Level 5 and lounge reception is near gate 23. The Arrival (Landside) is located past the arrivals hall, at the centre passage connecting Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, right below the Airport Express station.