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JK Swire Annual Dinner and Lecture

1 Nov 2019



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JK Swire Annual Dinner & Lecture - Nov 2019

We are pleased to announce the highlight event of the year, our JK Swire Annual Dinner and Lecture.  Our guest speaker, Graham Braithwaite, will put fun into a serious topic of A Journey through Safety Culture.

Join us on 1 November at the Intercontinental Tsim Sha Tsui.

I can’t do up buttons. However, I can fly an aeroplane - Sept 2019


Kevin Arblaster overcame physical disability to achieve his life’s ambition - becoming a pilot. Kevin explains how he overcame prejudice and the regulations to fulfil his dream. His inspirational talk highlights the potential of differently abled people.

Air Accidents Investigation, surviving air accidents - Sept 2019

Apologies for the short notice, but the branch is pleased to announce that William Cusato, Director of 747 & 767 will be in Hong Kong.  He will talk to us about air accident investigations, and focusing on lessons learned from ones where passengers survived these incidents.

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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