I frequently travel through Hong Kong and use it as a hub when visiting other Asian countries. One of the things that I like about Hong Kong International Airport is that they offer free WiFi and they also have a Caviar House & Prunier that I frequent during stopovers.
Recently, while exiting the plane, I encountered an error while trying to connect to the free wireless sytem at the airport. It didn’t become apparent that this was an issue with my iPhone 4 running iOS5 until I later opened my laptop and was able to connect.
At Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) you can connect to either to the #HKAirport Free… the PCCW or the PCCW1x (using username: pccw and password:pccw) access points for free access.
The error I encountered was:
Sysetm is busy. Please try to restart your browser and try again.
[Page Not Found - /MsgPage/error.htmlerror id=119134].
I later realized that the issue dealt with my iPhone’s ability to accept cookies, thus resolving the issue. Read more about how to fix this issue, after the jump.