The Trinity Forum 2023, the world’s leading airport commercial revenues event, will be hosted by Hong Kong International Airport on 25-26 October.
The 2023 edition is the 20th anniversary of the event, first held in London in February 2003. This will be fifth time The Trinity Forum has been held in China and the second in Hong Kong after a highly successful event in 2015. Venue details will be announced in coming weeks as registration opens.
The event, created by The Moodie Davitt Report in 2003 and now co-organised with Airports Council International (ACI) World and ACI Asia Pacific.
Airport Authority Hong Kong Executive Director, Commercial Cissy Chan said: “It is our honour to be hosting The Trinity Forum again following the 2015 event. As normality gradually returns, we witnessed a good start into 2023 with the resumption of normal travel with Mainland China and our key markets. Travellers are coming back, and, in fact, we are close to serving at approximately 40% passenger traffic of the pre-pandemic level during the recent Chinese New Year holidays.
“Over the last three years, we have been pushing ahead with major projects and facility upgrades that further consolidate Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) as the leading international aviation hub in the region. The third runway was officially commissioned in November 2022, and the entire Three-runway System, which includes a new Terminal 2, T2 concourse, new automated people mover and baggage system is also expected to be completed by 2024.
“2023 will be an exciting year for us, and we look forward to greeting you all here.”