i took the MTR Train from Causeway bay to Tung Chung and then got the S1 bus directly opposite from the MTR station. This saves 50HKD compared to the express train. I wouldn't go direct by bus from causeway bay because it's a lot longer and costs a bit more plus sometimes they drive really bad by accelerating hard and braking hard all the time.
I arrived about 12 hours before the flight leaving me a little time to have a look around :)
Check in took 5 mins, i needed proof of my flight out of japan so i logged on the laptop and showed them. The wifi wasn't working so luckily i had a pdf downloaded
The immigration had problem because i didnt have the arrival slip but he didn't explain it very good. He held up the back yellow part and just showed it at me, i had no idea what he was saying, he wasn't really saying anything, just like this this, i was like yes. I thought he was just showing mine. I was like what's wrong. he should have just said, you don't have this slip, you need to do a new one. I know hong kongers can speak english so i'm not trying to say anything bad, he just should think about how he describes things or at least, not get annoyed.
HK Express aircraft today is using Hong Kong Airlines Aircraft so it has nice leg room and the seats were comfy, temperature nice this time. I had a better sleep on this one than on turkish airlines 777 (no hard butt)
The price was £50 single to japan so not bad.
Haneda took about 15 mins to get through as a qantas just arrived.
Arrival video with ATChttps://www.youtube.com/watch'v=7YXlR65qbzY
Highlight video including Airport extra Coming this eveninghttps://www.youtube.com/user/directorphilip2