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.
Our events programme is designed to support your professional development and share industry knowledge, no matter where you are based globally.
Our network of Corporate Partners extends all around the world and consists of organisations with high level commitment to professional recognition and continuous professional development.
2019 is now almost upon us and we Paul Neff of Honeywell Air Traffic Management Initiatives, will talk us about the leading technology of predictive maintenance.
Put the date in the diary, 15 January and registration will open shortly.
We had to unfortunately postpone our last drone lecture. We are now bringing back, this lecture with leading French drone maker, Parrot.
Their HK business partner, Mr YS Wong, will to talk to us about drone mapping, photography & their role in aviation.
Put the date in the diary, 29 January and registration will open shortly.
Ladies and Gentlemen,
Having taken over as the Branch Chairman following the recent AGM I would like to introduce myself all our members.
First, let me say thank you. It is a great honour for me to take on this role for the Royal Aeronautical Society, I’m excited about the opportunity and I appreciate the support of the committee and my fellow members.
I would also like to take this opportunity to recognise the great contribution Christopher Gibbs has made as Chairman over the past 11 years. The society has gone from strength to strength during his time and he is stepping down as Chair with the Society in great shape.
The Society has a large and diverse membership with representative from the many different parts of Hong Kong’s aerospace industry and supporting institutions. RAeS brings together people with a variety of experiences and perspectives but all of our members have one, vital thing in common and that is a passion for Aviation.
I am looking forward very much to working closely with my new colleagues in the committee, continuing to promote the aerospace industry, continuing to provide a regular series of interesting and enjoyable events, continuing to serve and support our members and ensuring that we keep awareness of and passion for aviation in Hong Kong as strong as it can be.
I will look forward to catching up with you in person at one of our events soon.