#CathayPacific #國泰航空公司 #August2023 |#國泰航空 #Cathay #我的收藏故事 #CollectingStories #WhatsYourStory of memorable moments from all walks of life.

On July – August 2023國泰航空公司Cathay Pacific Every small travel must-have contains a story of a certain period of time, and we can’t wait to continue the wonderful story with you and fly around the world with you.

Meet James Ng, aviation enthusiast and collector of all things Cathay Pacific. Amongst his collection of more than 30,000 aviation artifacts and memorabilia, the “Tung Hoi” bowling bag has remained his favourite since the 80s. James also walked us through some stories of his collectibles and shares how he will make the most of the future with Cathay.

對擁有超過3萬件關於航空珍藏的香港收藏家協會高級副會長James Ng來說,國泰於80年代推出的「東海」旅行袋讓他最為鍾情。除了分享他的收藏故事,James亦期待未來與國泰迎接更多飛躍里程。

What’s the greatest challenge of working at the airport? What keeps these two members of our Airport team going, even after three decades on the job? It’s been 25 years since the Hong Kong International Airport moved from its original Kai Tak location to Chek Lap Kok, and Carol and Harry are among the few remaining members of our Airport team who witnessed the last flight from Kai Tak Airport. Hear from the veterans as they share stories from the past 25 years, and beyond.




Diehard Cathay fan and professional photographer Jacky Lau has long held a passion for travelling. Impressively, he has kept every single one of his boarding passes, alongside a slew of Cathay collectibles. His most memorable flight by far was the one on which he brought his newborn baby daughter home from Canada.

全職攝影師Jacky Lau熱愛旅遊,同時更是國泰的飛行常客,每次旅程後都會將登機證悉心儲起,全因它們滿載了貼心的旅行體驗與美好回憶。在眾多登機證收藏中,最令他難忘的那張來自他帶着初生女兒與太太從加拿大返港的航班。

Leon Ng is a frequent flyer by trade, and a Cathay enthusiast at heart.

Since more than two decades ago, we have connected Leon with his home, his work, and his eventual family. On top of his exceedingly rare Cathay keepsakes, Leon has plenty of fascinating stories to cherish, with one particularly heartwarming inflight experience shared by him and his wife.

一趟舒適稱心的旅程,對經常需要外遊公幹的Leon Ng有着特別重要的意義。


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#CathayPacific #國泰航空公司 #August2023 |#國泰航空 #Cathay –  introducing the all new #AriaSuite Featuring among the #Boeing777- 300ER #Boeing777-9 series #Long-haul Fleet  

On August 2023國泰航空公司Cathay PacificA new Business class – Aria Suite among with a A new First class and more new aircraft introducingly… First in Shanghai now based in Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China has redefined their business class in taking towards great heights in comfort with luxury the quiet luxury of the all-new Aria Suite in our redesigned Boeing 777-300ER cabins, ready to depart in Q2 2024….

A new Business class – Aria Suite.

You may have seen a prelude to the new Business class experience: Aria Suite. This is an all-new seat with many thoughtfully designed features that we hope and expect will delight members. The Aria Suite will be available on our long-haul Boeing 777-300ER fleet, and we anticipate the first will be ready for departure in Q2 next year. My team and I look forward to sharing more about this exciting development in the coming months. Please take a first glimpse here.

A new First class and more new aircraft

In parallel to the Aria Suite, we are also working on what we believe will be a world-leading First class cabin on our future flagship fleet of Boeing 777-9, the first of which is scheduled to join in 2025. In addition to that, I am delighted to share that today we have announced our intention to purchase up to 32 additional Airbus A321neo and A320neo aircraft, which are expected to be delivered to both Cathay Pacific and HK Express by 2029. This will bring the Cathay Group’s new aircraft deliveries to up to more than 70. 

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#MadeInChina #中國製造 #ExPace | #July2023 | #CASIC Rocket Technology Company #Expace #Wuhan #CarrierRocketCompany #CarrierRocket #快舟十一号  #Kuaizhou11 #KX11 Carrier Rocket Carrying Capacity Surplus Announced…

Currently at the moment中國製造 Expace Technology Corporation- a CASIC -China aerospace science and industry corporation has been very busy in building a New Carrier Rocket Factory in Wuhan National Aerospace Industrial Base in which the base will be in operations in May 2020   Kuaizhou Rocket Industrial Park that forms the manufacturing of twenty plus more Kuaizhou Rockets also its other sister larger carrier rockets in process of The assembly test capability of 20 solid launch vehicles……in which is now in operation……

快舟十一号The Kuaizhou 11 carrier rocket is a solid rocket developed by China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation. The rocket adopts a vehicle-mounted mobile launch method, with a take-off mass of 78 tons, a rocket body diameter of 2.2 meters, and a maximum carrying capacity of 1.5 tons in low-earth orbit . The synchronous orbit carrying capacity is 1.0 tons. And control the launch cost per kilogram within 10,000 US dollars. 

Kuaizhou 11, which has been widely discussed recently, is a launch mission of a small miniature single-satellite or multi-satellite network with an orbital altitude of 400-1500 kilometers and a sun-synchronous orbit. It is a new type of solid launch vehicle with the strongest carrying capacity, the largest take-off mass and the largest diameter of the rocket body in China.

Kuaizhou-11 Rocket Carrying Capacity Surplus Announced According to news from Aerospace Science and Industry Rocket Technology Co., Ltd. on July 13, Kuaizhou-11 solid launch vehicle can be “booked”. The shipping space released this time is the remaining cargo space of Kuaizhou 11 solid launch vehicle for 5 rockets from the fourth quarter of 2023 to the fourth quarter of 2024. kg, 300 kg, 300 kg.

“The public announcement of the remaining capacity to the market is an attempt by the company to explore a commercial aerospace cooperation model.” The relevant person in charge of CASIC Rocket Technology Co., Ltd. said that this model can provide “high reliability, low cost, and fast response” for carry-on launches Serve. Kuaizhou 11 solid launch vehicle is a medium-sized solid launch vehicle. The entire rocket is made of carbon fibre composite materials. The take-off mass is 78 tons, the diameter of the rocket body is 2.2 meters, and the carrying capacity of the 700-kilometer sun-synchronous orbit is not less than 1 ton. It adopts an international common interface. , the overall technology has reached the international advanced level of solid launch vehicle…

The Kuaizhou 11 rocket will arrange multiple launch missions from 2023 to 2024. At present, some missions still have a carrying margin. Welcome to book a space….The CASIC Kuaizhou-11 launch vehicle Yaosanjian is currently scheduled to be launched in the fourth quarter of this year, and the 4 rockets from Yao4 to Yao7 are planned to be launched in 2024. The above-mentioned launches are all sun-synchronous orbit launch missions. 

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#AlreadyTomorrowInHongKong #香港 #中國| #香港國際機場 #HKIA #HongKongInternationalAirport City International Icon Iconic #July2023| Celebrating its 25th anniversary with a massive party..

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong International Airport, the Hong Kong Airport Authority- Hong Kong International Airport- Hong Kong International Airport Citythe airport hosted a series of performances by airport staff and renowned local artists in the terminal on July 6, 2023 is the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong International Airport. The chairman, board members and chief executive officer of the Hong Kong Airport Authority, together with the airport industry, passengers and the public, unveiled the celebration at the arrival hall of Terminal 1.

The festivities kicked off with a drumming performance followed by a jazz band and dance performances by airport staff from the AA, local airlines and other organisations. Youth Orchestra and local pop singers also participated in the festivities.

Let Hong Kong take off again! As an important international aviation hub of Hong Kong, about 120 airlines operate at Hong Kong International Airport, connecting more than 220 departure points around the world, making it one of the busiest airports in the world. In the future, Hong Kong International Airport will continue to protect the travel experience of every passenger with enthusiasm and create more wonderful travel stories for passengers.

The Hong Kong Airport Authority held the 25th Anniversary Celebration Reception of Hong Kong International Airport on the evening of July 10, and received about 1,000 guests from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, the airport industry and different sectors.

In his speech at the reception, Chief Executive Lee Kar-chiu said that the Hong Kong International Airport has been rated as one of the best and busiest airports in the world for many times, and keeps pace with the times, and continues to develop into a gateway leading Hong Kong to fly around the world.

AA Chairman So Ze-kwong said that in the past 25 years, Hong Kong International Airport has continued to improve, with passenger traffic increasing from 28 million in 1998 to 75 million. For many years, we have also firmly occupied the number one cargo airport in the world. At the same time, various projects under the vision of “Airport City” are also progressing satisfactorily, and the airport will become a prominent landmark in the Greater Bay Area integrating aviation, tourism, trade, retail and entertainment.

In the future, Hong Kong International Airport will continue to strengthen Hong Kong’s role as an international aviation hub, continuously inject new impetus, and strive to build a dynamic and energetic “airport city” to create more exciting travel stories for passengers. The 25th anniversary of Hong Kong International Airport, let Hong Kong take off again

Hong Kong International Airport (Hong Kong International Airport; IATA: HKG, ICAO: VHHH), located in Chek Lap Kok, Lantau Island, New Territories, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, 34 kilometers away from downtown Hong Kong, is a 4F civil international airport, the busiest in the world One of the airports, more than 100 airlines around the world operate here, the passenger volume ranks fifth in the world, and the cargo volume ranks first in the world for 18 consecutive years .

Hong Kong International Airport was officially opened to navigation on July 6, 1998, and was named Hong Kong International Airport; in February 2007, the second phase of the expansion project (Terminal T2) was completed.

According to the information on the airport’s official website in June 2019, the terminal area of ​​Hong Kong International Airport is 850,000 square meters (including T1, T2, satellite halls and SkyPier); there are two runways with a length of 3,800 meters; 182 parking spaces  ; more than 220 navigable cities  .

In 2018, the passenger throughput of Hong Kong International Airport was 74.672 million, a year-on-year increase of 2.5%; the cargo and mail throughput was 5.121 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 1.7%; , the first place  .

On August 14, 2019, under the temporary injunction order, the departure hall and arrival hall of Hong Kong International Airport were in good order and operated smoothly, and the order was basically restored. 

On November 1, 2022, the Sky Corridor connecting Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 1 and T1 Satellite Passenger Concourse was officially opened

Hong Kong Airport 2023 Post-Covid Walkthrough (One of the Best Airports in the World!) (4K)

[If you like this video, please know that a Like and Subscribe would help me immensely! 🥹🙏🏻]. Since opening its borders in late 2022, Hong Kong Internationational Airport (HKIA) has been seeing major improvements on traffic. How does HKIA look like todayv Find out in this walthrough that will take you from the Airport Expresss (train service) to the Airport Boarding Gates and even inside our plane. Find out what makes HKIA one of the best in the world! Enjoy!

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#CNSA #ChinaNationalSpaceAdministration #国家航天局 | #June2023 | #CMS #ChinaMannedSpace #Shenzhou Civilian  #Takionauts #HongKongSAR Selection for #PayloadSpecialist Candidates presented  hosted by # 李家超 John Lee Ka-chiu-Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region China, People’s Republic of China.

中国空间站 On the 7th June 2023 CNSA –China National Space Administration  at the Grounds of the Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China, at Hong Kong SAR Government house in Central the 李家超 John Lee Ka-chiu-Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region China, People’s Republic of China. Held a hosting meeting with the Hong Kong SAR Civilian Takionaut selection of the Role of Payload Specialist candidates..  His meeting is described as Meeting with payload expert- Specialists candidates…… as李家超 John Lee Ka-chiu-Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Quote below..

[Meeting with payload expert candidates]

I am very pleased to meet with Hong Kong payload expert candidates at the Government House this afternoon. They will go to Beijing this week to participate in the selection and re-election of payload experts for the National Manned Space Engineering Project. My team and I cheer for them.

It is the first time that the country selects payload experts in Hong Kong, which marks the country’s high attention and affirmation to Hong Kong’s scientific and technological circles, as well as its recognition of Hong Kong as an international innovation and technology center. This selection not only represents that the country encourages and welcomes Hong Kong compatriots to contribute to the country’s development, but also reflects the country’s concern for the development of Hong Kong youth.

These payload expert candidates are all elites in related fields, representing Hong Kong’s scientific research and innovation strength. We are proud that they can stand up at this historical moment, contribute to the country and shoulder the public’s expectations for Hong Kong people to participate in space exploration.

The following selection will be very rigorous. I hope that everyone will cherish and experience this process of struggle, experience and learning. I would like to take this opportunity to encourage you all to go all out and do your best to fight for the country, Hong Kong, and your aerospace dream!

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