Book flights from Madrid to Hong Kong with Qatar Airways
With one of the Far East’s most exciting cities just a few hours away by air, take advantage of the quality service offered on flights from Madrid to Hong Kong with Qatar Airways. Our exclusive, award-winning services are designed to ensure your journey is as pleasant as possible, with delicious cuisine served to you by attentive cabin crew while you relax in spacious seats. Our modern fleet is designed to ensure your comfort from the moment you step onboard to the moment you land in this exotic and unique destination.
Hong Kong is an enigmatic and heady mix of ancient traditions and ultra-modern commercial influences. Behind its much-flaunted financial powerhouse image, Hong Kong has a busy cultural life with deep Chinese roots combined with more recent colonial influences, and there’s always plenty to see and do here. Start the day with a spot of Tai Chi, then take a trip on a traditional dragon boat and in the balmy evening visit the Cantonese opera.
Arriving in Hong Kong
Unique, vibrant and energetic – Hong Kong has everything a world-city has to offer. Flights to Hong Kong with Qatar Airways transport you to one of the most remarkable locations in the world. Filled with colour, noise, scents and sights, Hong Kong is unlike any other destination.
You can get a particularly spectacular view of Hong Kong Island from Victoria Peak, or head to the races at the Hong Kong Jockey Club and watch the sport of kings. Flights to Hong Kong with Qatar Airways take you to this incredible destination in comfort and style.
The Hong Kong Island is only one part of this region, and if you’re willing to travel beyond the skyscrapers and markets, then you’ll be able to discover many more attractions.
The New Territories offer unspoiled country parks, while the outlying island of Lantau is home to Hong Kong’s very own Disneyland.
On the Hong Kong Island itself, you’ll find plenty of attractions to explore including the Zoological and Botanical Gardens and Ocean Park.
On the Kowloon Peninsula, there are plenty of cultural and historical attractions, including the historic early-20th century Clock Tower and museums, such as the Hong Kong Space Museum and Museum of Art.
Nearby, Lantau Island is well-worth visiting if you want to escape the bright lights of the city for a while. Here, you can find open countryside, traditional fishing villages, secluded beaches and that essential slice of tranquillity.
Flights to Hong Kong with Qatar Airways land at Hong Kong International Airport. Visa restrictions for entry into the country will depend on your country of origin, length of stay and whether your trip is for business or pleasure.
Before you fly to Hong Kong please check the visa and passport requirements.
Useful Info About Hong Kong
Currency: Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
Voltage: 220 Volts
Plugs: Type G
Language: Cantonese / English
International dialing code: +852
More Information: Read our Hong Kong Travel Guide
Flying from Madrid
Madrid’s Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is the major civil and commercial airport serving Spain’s capital. It’s the largest and busiest airport in the country, and one of the key departure points in Europe, making it of international importance.
Ultra-modern and incredibly efficient, it is nevertheless a very friendly and welcoming airport, where professional staff go out of their way to make the start of your journey as pleasant as possible. Passengers flying from Madrid with Qatar Airways will find that connections to the rest of Europe and South America in particular are well served.
Transportation and parking
Madrid-Barajas Airport is located within the city boundary of Madrid and is just over five and a half miles from the financial centre, making it particularly popular with business travellers. RENFE trains operate along between Terminal 4 and Prínicipe Pio station in the city centre, with a journey time of around 40 minutes.
Madrid Metro has stations at Terminals 2 and 4, and the line 8 connects the airport with Nuevos Ministerios in the heart of the city’s financial district. Municipal buses run regularly and journey times range from 30-40 minutes, while fleets of taxis are also available both to and from the airport. Official taxis are white in colour with a red stripe – ensure that the metre is turned on at the beginning of the journey.
Parking is available at six public parking areas. Short-term options include the outdoor P1 car park in front of the terminal building and the indoor P2 car park (which has direct access to terminals T2 and T3.
Long-term parking is available at a remote car park with 1,655 spaces. A free shuttle is available to the terminals. VIP car parks are located near each of the airport’s terminals.
Arriving at Madrid
Passengers flying from Madrid with Qatar Airways depart from Terminal 4. Note that flights outside the European Shengen EU zone may depart from the satellite building, Terminal 4S. The airport is very large, so it’s important to ensure that you arrive at the correct terminal. Allow at least two hours before your flight is due to board to check in and to pass through the airport’s very strict security checks.
Facilities and amenities
The award-winning Terminal 4 is one of the largest airport terminals in the world. It has its own nursery and play area for children, as well as a large selection of retail outlets selling luxury and designer goods, accessories and essentials.
There are plenty of spacious lounge areas, including VIP and exclusive lounges for first and business class travellers. T4 also has a full-service business centre, and there are various business meeting rooms available for hire throughout the airport.
Food and drink is plentiful and range from fast food outlets, snack and drinks vendors to excellent restaurant meals for something a little more substantial.