Hong Kong Airlines and TurbJet, the Pearl River Delta’s ferry services company have launched the Macao Leisure Pass to allow travellers to get from Macao to Hong Kong. Hong Kong Airlines does not fly to or from any of the Macao airports but you can be ferried across on Turbojet to HKIA, the airline’s home hub, with one booking when flying from Hong Kong to Tokyo, Osaka, Sapporo, Bangkok, Bali, Auckland and Vancouver. More destinations from its international network will be added in the future.
The checked-in baggage allowance for both ferry and flight segments will be identical – 30kg for Business Class and 20kg for Economy. TurboJet operates multiple daily ferry services from the Macao Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal to SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport. The Macao Leisure Pass is available for sale from designated travel agents including China Travel Service HK Ltd, Hong Thai Travel Services (Macao) and HKA Holiday Limited. You can book up to six months ahead of your planned travel date and change your itinerary by contacting your travel agent.