Manchester to Hong Kong Flights


Hong Kong Manchester Flight OffersBook By 29 May 2024
Departing AirlineTravel datesPrice
Manchester Qatar Airways01 May 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£450.00
Manchester Turkish Airlines27 Sep 2024 - 24 Dec 2024fr£464.00
Manchester Air France19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£469.00
Manchester Emirates25 Dec 2024 - 30 Jan 2025fr£490.00
Manchester Swiss12 Mar 2025 - 15 May 2025fr£573.00
Manchester Finnair25 Jan 2025 - 10 Apr 2025fr£585.00
Manchester Finnair18 Jun 2025 - 19 Aug 2025fr£866.00
Flights to Manchester To Hong Kong£866
Hong Kong is a beautiful city where the east and west mingle in the shadow of beautiful mountains of towering skyscrapers, popular for both business travellers and tourists alike.

If you’re thinking of flying from Manchester to Hong Kong, there’s plenty to see and do, whether that’s taking the Peak Tram up to Victoria Peak to see one of the best views of the city, taking a stroll down Hong Kong’s own ‘Walk of Fame’ or taking a trip on the famous Victoria Harbour onboard the Star Ferry.

Also, make sure to visit the bustling night markets at Cheung Sha Wan Road and Temple Street to experience some of the local street food.

For a more spiritual visit, head out the mountainous Lantau Island where you can visit the famous Big Buddha statue.

The main airlines which fly from Manchester to Hong Kong are Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Qatar, Etihad and Lufthansa.

There are only four direct flights a week from Manchester to Hong Kong a week, with Cathay Pacific, which take roughly 11 hours and 30 minutes.

Other than this, there are non-direct flights with stopovers in airports such as Dubai, Doha, and Frankfurt which take longer (15-17 hours).

Upon arrival at Hong Kong International Airport (also known as Chek Lap Kok Airport) you will arrive at Terminal One, where you can catch the Airport Express train into the city centre which takes 24 minutes.

This is probably the quickest way to get to your onward destination, and trains depart every ten minutes, with tickets costing $100 (approx £10).

Buses and taxis are also available but will take longer and be more expensive.

Thankfully you don’t need a visa to visit Hong Kong, although you will if you’re planning to stay any longer than six months.

In terms of weather, Hong Kong has a subtropical climate and four distinct seasons. June through to September is the warmest time of year to visit, and can also be rainy and humid.

On the other hand, winter is dry, while still being fairly warm, with average temperatures of 18°C.

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