Hong Kong’s airport was previously in the city centre and it was an experience to fly in among the skyscrapers. But the new airport is still a major sight. Fêted as one of the most ambitious engineering projects ever, this large airport really is proof that the construction of an airport is a prestige project and a work of art, too. The British architect, Sir Norman Foster, has described the building as homage to travellers in modern times. The new high-tech airport lies a little way outside Hong Kong, but Airport Express leaves every twelve minutes from 5.50 - 24.48 and takes you downtown in 24 minutes. Buses A11 and A12 also takes you into the city. The airport has two terminals - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. At www.hongkongairport.com you can easily find information about where to go and at which gate and terminal different airlines arrive or depart. At the airport there is also an Airport Ambassador Programme and a Costumer Service Centre you can turn to for more information and help.