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Bad weather is coming … ATC at work.

9 May 2019


600

Members

Our members come from a diverse range of organisations and fields of expertise including engineering, aircrew and other professions that serve the aerospace, aviation and space industries.

20

Events

Our events programme is designed to support your professional development and share industry knowledge, no matter where you are based globally.

30

Corporate Partners

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Boeing 747 “First Flight” 50th Anniversary Celebration - Apr 2019

The 747, the Queen of the Skies, has had a strong affinity with Hong Kong.  The late, Joe Sutter, Father of the 747, had been a good friend of the branch. 

We are delighted to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 747 with this special lecture.

Bad weather is coming … ATC at work. - May 2019

Ronald Shing, Training Unit, Resident Instructor, will share with the Branch, how HK air traffic maneges the high volume of traffic when bad weather strikes Hong Kong. 

Put the date in the diary, 9 May and registration will open shortly.

Aero Challenge - March 2019

AeroChallenge 2019, Design, Build, Fly 2019 is back!

Start building a team of four.

This event is always oversubscribed and priority will be given to members.

EVENT IS FULLY SUBSCRIBED

Message from the Branch Chairman, Mr Neil Glenn

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Last month, Darryl Chan and I had the opportunity to meet Sir Brian Burridge, Chief Executive of the Royal Aeronautical Society who was in Hong Kong for a few days. During an enjoyable lunch in which we discussed a number of topics including technological innovations in aerospace and how we can continue to attract talent to this exciting industry, Sir Brian commented that the Hong Kong branch was in good shape, maintaining a vibrant membership and delivering an interesting programme of events. He specifically asked Darryl and I to pass on his thanks to our committee members, recognising that the success of the RAeS rests heavily in the dedicated, enthusiastic and high quality work of its volunteers in putting together events and lectures and providing support to our membership and industry stakeholders.

It was very encouraging to see the work of our branch and the contribution of the committee recognized and I would like to add my thanks for their great work. 

Best wishes

Neil Glenn

Royal Aeronautical Society Hong Kong

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