Intervals introduces airport bar concept to Hong Kong International Airport

Intervals will soon open at Hong Kong International Airport’s (HKIA) Skybridge, allowing travellers to experience an elevated drinks and food programme.

Due to open in late June, the space at Intervals has been designed to host different travel profiles – solo, couples or groups – and boasts unobstructed front-row views of HKIA’s runways.

Intervals’ has curated a drinks programme that is tailored according to how much time a guest has to spare

Designed for the airport setting, Intervals will offer F&B, interactive and engaging experiences, an app that provides knowledge about the drinks alongside beverage-focused travel inspirations, and more.

Its drinks programme will showcase a series of miniature sips, aptly named as ‘flight of cocktails’, that have been tailored according to how much time a guest has to spare – from a 15-minute experience to a 45-minute one. There will also be a non-alcoholic ‘flight of cocktails’ that riffs on the seasons and features special drink creations.

For travellers who have the shortest available interval of time – and are unable to sit down for an experience – Intervals has also created custom takeaway boxes of cocktails and pinchos (tapas-style bar snacks) perfect for on-board dining.

The concept and name of Intervals was inspired by the idea that the time of day becomes fluid while travelling, and that instead key actions are measured in intervals of time. It was the brainchild of Mei Mei Song, director of global brands and transformation of Plaza Premium Group, and Victoria Chow, creative director and founder of acclaimed Hong Kong bar, The Woods.

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