Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK), a statutory body in charge of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) earned USD 725 million in profit for fiscal year ending March 31st 2013, according to a BERNAMA news article, citing China’s Xinhua News Agency as the source.
In terms of revenue, the increase is stands high at 8.1%. Passenger throughput, flight and cargo movements have also increased compared to the previous year. The revenue increase is said to be mostly contributed by the increased spending at retail concessions located throughout the airport.
Hong Kong International Airport provides comfortable seating areas as well as vast array of food choices available, catering different dietary needs and preferences. Besides, its toilets are also serviced frequently. Like Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), HKIA also provides free Wi-Fi at most areas.