Hundreds of job openings at Hong Kong Airport via first virtual recruitment fair

By Luke Barras-hill |

The Virtual Job Fair is being organised by Airport Authority of Hong Kong and the Labour Department.

More than 500 jobs at approximately 30 companies are up for grabs at the Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) Virtual Job Fair.

The two-day event (12-13 November) is offering employment opportunities across a tranche of airport areas including air cargo, security, baggage handling, technical services, engineering and customer service.

Admission and registration is complimentary for the fair, which runs between 11:00 – 17:00 on each day.


Once registered, attendees can visit virtual booths of participating companies, browse vacancies and chat with company representatives directly to apply and arrange interviews.

Approximately 6,000 people had registered for the event before it kicked off.

The first virtual jobs fair at HKIA runs from 12-13 November.

In addition to the vacancies, the job fair will host six career talks hosted via live webcast with companies providing information on a wide variety of roles in the industry.

Florence Chung, Executive Director, Human Resources & Administration at AAHK said: “Hosting the job fair online this year demonstrates how we are adapting to changes caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

“While different airport companies are offering job openings in their respective specialised fields, AA’s Management Trainee Programme and Graduate Engineer Programme are now open for application, to groom potential talents into future leaders.

“We believe that when the pandemic subsides and global air travel recovers, the industry will once again thrive and continue to provide employment opportunities.”

Those interested can register here:


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