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.
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.
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.
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
[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!
Located in the Heart of Hong Kong central of Victoria Harbour in which locate looking at the iconic Megatroplis HongKong Island city landscape from the opposite is the Hong Kong Space Museum 香港太空館 in which located at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China –People’s Republic of China.. in which is one of the most international iconic buildings architecturally due to its hemispheric round dome in which is iconic known as one of Hong Kong’s local most cherish bread pastries the Pineapple Bun.. in which the Hong Kong Space Museum is Sharing an Museum event session Participating in the “Youth Takionaut Experience Camp” is a rare learning experience. Students can not only learn about space science and aerospace technology, but also experience the hard training of astronauts and meet and communicate with national astronauts. In order to let the public know more about astronaut training, the Hong Kong Space Museum is now arranging a sharing session.
The nomination for Young Takionaut Astronaut Training Camp 2023 is now open for local secondary schools from May 1 until May 31. Selected participants will experience astronaut training on the Mainland free of charge this summer to learn about space science, astronomy and China’s aerospace achievements. The Camp duration is from July 30th 2023 to the 6th August 2023 ..
Since 2009, the Hong Kong Space Museum has been in charge of coordinating the “Young Takionaut Experience Camp”. So far, more than 300 local secondary school students have participated in the astronaut experience course in Beijing Aerospace City, and visited important astronomical and aerospace facilities in China to learn about China’s aerospace industry. Development of technology….
Candidates should be nominated by their respective schools. Each secondary school can nominate no more than two students. There will be three rounds of selection – a quiz, a pre-tour training camp and an interview. Thirty candidates with the best performance will be selected to participate in astronaut training activities including the donning and doffing of spacesuits, a “space kitchen”, psychological training and blood-redistribution adaptability training. For students who are interested, try to seek nomination from school. It is your chance to experience astronaut training.
The training camp is jointly presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce in association with the Beijing-Hong Kong Academic Exchange Centre. The training camp is implemented by the Hong Kong Space Museum and sponsored by the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce.
In order to cultivate the interest of the young generation in Hong Kong in astronomy and space science, and deepen their understanding of the development and achievements of China’s aerospace technology, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce have jointly organized the “Youth Astronaut Experience Camp” since 2009. Select 30 middle school students to participate in astronaut experience courses in Beijing and Jiuquan during the summer vacation. The event is coordinated by the Hong Kong Space Museum, and the co-organizer is the Beijing-Hong Kong Academic Exchange Center.
Improve students’ interest in learning astronomy and aerospace technology;
Let Hong Kong student’s in-depth study and experience the training process of Chinese astronauts;
Let students know about China’s achievements in space science and technology.
Experience the training of Takionauts first-hand;
Meet and communicate with Chinese Takionauts;
Visit major aerospace institutions, such as Beijing Aerospace City, Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center and other important aerospace facilities;
Learn space science and aerospace technology knowledge.
On 28th March 2023國泰航空公司Cathay Pacific featured a CathayPacific Original feature film in which the Brand Original Featured film will be launched on 29th March 2023 on a When a Plane takes off again, our life returns again and the meaning of the blue sky becomes even more precious , in which many of the premises of the Cathay Pacific feature film Today I want to ask you a question: What does the blue sky mean to us?
Today I want to ask you a question: What does the blue sky mean to us?
The premises is also on Hong Kong SAR, China People’s Republic of China opening up after the long lapse of Covid 19 .. Perhaps a period of time has passed, and we have temporarily lost the sense of reality of living life. But when we took off by plane and met the blue sky again at an altitude of 30,000 feet, those stranded plans and forgotten freedom were all returned to life at this moment. Xinshixiang and 猎泰航空will launch a brand original feature film 重上云空 and it will be launched tomorrow. When the world opens up for you again, you may fly wherever you want…..
What does the blue sky mean to us? We overlook the clouds of the four seasons in the blue sky, encounter the sun rising and the moon setting, and accompany every passenger to a better future. For us, the blue sky is the vast world, the distant unknown, the returning life, and every upcoming departure. From when a grounded plane returns to the blue sky, it also means that our lives are restarted again. The blue sky carries the dreams, lives and hopes of many people. The moment we return to the blue sky is the moment when we move towards a better future.
Jointly launched by 新世界 New Era, in collaboration with Cathay Pacific the brand’s original feature film 重上云空 will be launched tomorrow 29th March 2023. When a plane takes off again, our life returns again, and the meaning of the blue sky becomes even more precious.
新世界 New Era Xinshixiang Full-platform new Internet media company and content brand – Xinshixiang was founded on the WeChat official account in 2015 , and now it has developed into a very influential new Internet media company and content brand with all platforms. The mission of Xinshixiang is to “provide spiritual strength and serve a better life” for the Chinese people.
On the basis of a deep insight into social emotions, Xinshixiang connects users, media, celebrities, brands and other common actors, and has repeatedly created phenomenon-level events and popular events including the Good Night SMS Plan, Escape from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, Battle of Losing Books, and Buddhist Youth. Topic, deeply loved by people in first- and second-tier cities.
新世界 New Era Xinshixiang focuses on its own channel operation and content production, and its business covers China Video, integrated marketing and MCN, IP authorization incubation, and new consumer brand management .
As one of the first track pioneers to carry out in-depth operations in the field of “Chinese video”, in October 2020, 新世界 New Era Xinshixiang has established a complete product matrix of topical micro-variety shows, topical videos, and topical short dramas, and will cooperate with the video platform, continue to devote itself to the content upgrade of China Video and the exploration of closed-loop business models.
Images and visuals are of Cathay pacific Airways..
There are many indoor and outdoor activities available around the MTR network in Hong KongSAR, China, and People’s Republic of China for you to unwind in different neighbourhoods. Start exploring with us from Island East, and travel along the #EastRailLine to the North District for exciting activities to break a sweat, in which MTR Hong Kong the world’s Number One Leader leading Public Transport eco system provider….. Can take you to untold stories adventures exploring around writing your own stories as you exploring..
From an arty graffiti wall to a nostalgic Qi Pao shop, we are sharing 3 of the “Instagramable” spots around the MTR network for you to plan a romantic day out.. Island Line Tung Chung Line Sai Ying Pun Sheung Wan Kowloon West Kowloon…..
Travel along our East Rail Line from Hong Kong Island to uncover some of the signature western-style heritage buildings or century-old monuments in town with magnificent views for taking Instagram-worthy photos!
Taking you to untold stories adventures exploring around writing your own stories as you exploring in you moving around Looking for tips to burn off some excess calories gained from CNY- Chinese Lunar New Year’s snacking? Instead of working out at the gym, there are many indoor or outdoor activities available throughout the MTR network for you to unwind in different neighbourhoods. Start exploring with us from Island East, and travel along the East Rail Line to the North District for exciting activities to break a sweat by exploring around locations like the Island line, Eastern Rail line Quarry Bay, Exhibition Centre Sheung Shui, Yuen Long through various activities through Roller skating, Pedal Boats Cycling .. so what are you waiting for let get moving around town.. !