The Sky Bridge, located at Hong Kong International Airport, is the world’s longest airside bridge and allows the largest passenger aircraft, the A380, to pass under. At 200m long, the bridge connects Terminal 1 and the T1 Satellite Concourse, enhancing the journey and minimising travel time as passengers will no longer need to use a shuttle bus.
The bridge features panoramic views and even a glass floor to give passengers the unique experience of watching an aircraft pass beneath their feet. The Sky Bridge offers passengers the highest vantage point at the airport, providing unrivaled views of planes landing, taxiing, unloading, reloading and a myriad of other activities required to keep one of the world's busiest airports working.
Sky Bridge was prefabricated in Zhongshan, Mainland China. Three precast segments were transported to the assembly yard in the midfield area of HKIA and assembled to form the main structure of the bridge, before being transported over 3km on HKIA’s apron and lifted to its final position.