Hong Kong Airport Express: in-town checkin

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Ian_from_HKG

CX

Member since 05 Jun 2012

Total posts 56

Dear God, the number of people here recommending criminal behaviour is horrifying


Tailgating through the barriers is an offence. The fare involved is HK$110 from HK, HK$100 from Kowloon, or HK$65 from Tsing Yi. Anyone who thinks it is worth spending a considerable amount of time with the constabulary (and possibly the court system) and a criminal record in order to save such a small sum probably deserves to be locked up for their own safety

Please - don't break the law; and don't encourage others to break the law

I am utterly appalled that this even needs to be said on this forum, but clearly it does

AmexCenturion

Asiana Airlines - Asiana Club

Member since 18 May 2019

Total posts 2

Dear God, the number of people here recommending criminal behaviour is horrifying

Tailgating through the barriers is an offence. The fare involved is HK$110 from HK, HK$100 from Kowloon, or HK$65 from Tsing Yi. Anyone who thinks it is worth spending a considerable amount of time with the constabulary (and possibly the court system) and a criminal record in order to save such a small sum probably deserves to be locked up for their own safety

Please - don't break the law; and don't encourage others to break the law

I am utterly appalled that this even needs to be said on this forum, but clearly it does

Must in the genes! 🤷‍♂

CityRail

Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer

Member since 17 Nov 2014

Total posts 78

Dear God, the number of people here recommending criminal behaviour is horrifying

Tailgating through the barriers is an offence. The fare involved is HK$110 from HK, HK$100 from Kowloon, or HK$65 from Tsing Yi. Anyone who thinks it is worth spending a considerable amount of time with the constabulary (and possibly the court system) and a criminal record in order to save such a small sum probably deserves to be locked up for their own safety

Please - don't break the law; and don't encourage others to break the law

I am utterly appalled that this even needs to be said on this forum, but clearly it does

Sorry Ian, fare evasion will not lead to criminal conviction nor in jail in every country in this world. As a tourist, you can simply don't pay the fine even get caught. Many China tourists do this in Hong Kong and MTR knows so well they are simply not getting it back.


We all know, that ticket inspectors has no authority to arrest you nor to use force to surrender you.

So if you are violent enough to attack them, for OH&S reasons, the only way for them is to flee.

When I travel on trains in Sydney, I always violently attack ticket inspectors and threaten them to die, and they will have to run away.

Also I would like to remind everyone, that as an international standard and a fire safety feature, all ticketed gates do have an emergency gate open button, that if activated, trains will be free.

jimmywise

Member since 01 Mar 2016

Total posts 1

Quick question, we have a party of 5, can I just go in myself to drop the luggage? Or will they need all 5 of us be at the counter?

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