Over the past 35 years, Light Rail has provided services to Tuen Mun, Yuen Long, and Tin Shui Wai. The system has offered travel convenience for the north-western New Territories and created special memories for passengers….
I’ve been taking the light rail for over 30 years, I have had a variety of experiences When travelling on the Light Rail. I Remember going to the Hoh Fuk Tong stop with my parents and getting a treat after having a bad haircut..
My Friends and I used to take the Light Rail, and make bets on football matches with snacks, I got butterflies when I first held my girlfriend’s hand on the light rail.. We still travel around on the Light Rail to discover and explore new places…
Every stop I pass, gives me exclusive and unique memories. The different people and scenery I see make even ordinary journeys exciting and special ones. Every encounter brings more discoveries and place to explore.. So, How’s your Light rail journey.. ?
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!
CHINA EASTERN B323H “1st A350 delivered from China” (AIRBUS A350-941) SHA→CAN finally got on this benchmark aircraft “the first Airbus A350 delivered from China
China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited 中國東方航空公司 also known as China Eastern, is an airline headquartered in the China Eastern Airlines Building, on the grounds of Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in Changning District, Shanghai. It is one of the “Big Three” airlines (alongside Air China and China Southern Airlines) of the People’s Republic of China, operating international, domestic and regional routes. Hongqiao airport, along with the larger Shanghai Pudong International Airport, are China Eastern’s main hubs, with secondary hubs in Beijing Daxing, Kunming, and Xi’an……It is the second largest airline in China, in terms of passenger traffic, after China Southern Airlines. In 2021,
On the 18th June 2023, it is the first commercial maiden flight of the中國南方航空公司 China Eastern Airlines Newest Airbus 350-941 series long haul airlinein which is the Airbus Benchmark Aircraft that is made in China, People’s Republic of China, also it’s the first Airbus 350-941 delivered from China, People’s Republic of China….. The flight is now operating as B323H(CES5317 / MU5317)
It made its first flight from Gate 41 SHA- Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport on Sunday 18th June 2023 1032 CST towards Terminal One CAN- Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport arriving on at Monday 19th June 2023 1238 AM CST with the flight duration of two hours and six minutes orthough the flight was one hour and fifty seven minutes late on …..
The flight Taxi time was twelve minutes.. at SHA- Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in which the Taxi time at CAN- Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport was eleven minutes….
On the 16th June 2023 announcement ofHong Kong Aerospace Science and Technology Group and Zero Gravity Laboratory has announcement of launching of 30-thirty remote sensing cube cute satellites of Zero Weight Space plans to launch “Golden Bauhinia 7-36” remote sensing 6U cube star with “30 satellites in one carrier rocket” early next year in the 2024 first quarter year… A few days ago, Beijing Zero Weight Space Technology Co., Ltd. signed a “30 satellites in one carrier rocket” “Project cooperation agreement. According to the agreement, the Zero Gravity Laboratory will provide Hong Kong Aerospace Science and Technology Group with a package of products and services including satellite R&D and manufacturing, assembly testing, and launch services. Launch at the end of the first quarter.
After the completion of the project, it can realize global high-frequency and high-resolution remote sensing monitoring, and provide users with high-precision data support and application services in the fields of earth observation, resource investigation, environmental protection, agriculture, and urban planning.
On previously On June 15th, 2023, the Chang Zheng- Long March 2D carrier rocket carried the Golden Bauhinia Satellite No.37 & No. 38 into space from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. The satellites successfully entered their planned orbits and both are in good operating condition. This is the second launch mission of Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group for this year.
The Golden Bauhinia Satellite No.37 & 38 are both small and high-resolution optical remote sensing satellites that use new-generation high-performance imaging technology. While effectively enhancing the weak signal detection capability and system integration, their weight and volume have been significantly reduced. They have the advantages of quick production, intelligent operation, and cost-effectiveness.
The Golden Bauhinia satellite constellation is a passive-active hybrid low-orbit high-frequency satellite constellation planned by the Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group. The constellation combines optical remote sensing and synthetic aperture radar imaging modes to form an all-weather and all-time dynamic monitoring service system that is not affected by weather conditions such as clouds and rain. The constellation focuses on the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA) and is committed to providing satellite remote sensing services and overall smart city solutions for global users.
零重力实验室 Zero Gravity Laboratory Beijing Zero Weight Space Technology Co., Ltd. In October 2016, the Zero Gravity Laboratory was established in Beijing. The laboratory is mainly engaged in the research and development of micro-nano satellites and core components. In January 2017, Beijing Zero Weight Space Technology Co., Ltd. was established in Beijing Economic and Technological Development Zone. The three core business segments of Zero Weight Space include: research and development and sales of micro-nano satellites and their core components, technical consulting and space-based data services. At present, Zero Heavy Space has more than 30 kinds of micro-nano satellite core component products in six categories with independent intellectual property rights. It has the development and production capacity to complete the micro-nano satellite on-orbit delivery within 10 months, and can provide customers with complete micro-nano satellites. Satellite overall solutions and provide customers with launch and loading services. Vision: 2025: Walking in space (2025: Space Odyssey) Slogan: Let satellites reach life Mission: We pay attention to everything you care about, as long as it is related to micro-nano satellites Goal: To become the leader of global micro-nano satellites
Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group Limited (HKATG) is Hong Kong’s first commercial aerospace enterprise focusing on satellite network engineering and precise satellite manufacturing. Formerly known as Hentech Technologies Ltd (2003), HKATG acts as a pioneer in commercial aerospace industry and technological innovation in Hong Kong.
Located at 15/F, Data Technology Hub, 5 Chun Cheong Street, Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, New Territories, Hong Kong SAR, China, People’s Republic of China.
HKATG owns five technical centres and manufacturing bases, including satellite manufacturing centre, space environmental monitoring centre, satellite telemetry, tracking and control centre (TT&C), centre for satellite data and applications and precise electronic manufacturing centre.
The core business of HKATG consists of several aspects, for instance, satellite constellation engineering (Golden Bauhinia Constellation and Aurora Constellation), satellite data application, satellite design and manufacturing, satellite assembly and testing, satellite payload selection and specification, satellite TT&C service, PCBA and electronic manufacturing and launching of satellite etc.
HKATG aims for global commercial aerospace service and has strong purpose to improve the world’s aerospace industry.
Gang Hang Ke (Shenzhen) Space Technology Co., Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of HKATG. Being the major operating subsidiary of HKATG in the Mainland China, Gang Hang Ke (Shenzhen) Space Technology Co., Ltd. is mainly engaged in the aerospace technology, satellite application technology, satellite manufacturing technology, research and development of Internet of Things (IoT) application system and technical services.
Beijing Zhongke Aerospace Exploration Technology Co., Ltd. is the first domestic aerospace enterprise with mixed ownership, and it is also the target enterprise that Oriental Aerospace Port focuses on introducing. Relying on the scientific research strength and resource advantages of the Institute of Mechanics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Aerospace Flight Technology Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Aerospace Science and Technology has been committed to the research and development and integration of space technology and aerospace vehicles as a platform for the transformation of major national scientific research projects, as well as the transformation and provision of technological achievements. Aerospace launch service. The Lijian-1 rocket project also adds a brand-new name card to the Oriental Space Port, which will surely promote the construction of the Oriental Space Port to take a solid step forward.
From May 25th to 30th, the 2023 Zhongguancun Forum – the 25th China Beijing International Science and Technology Industry Expo (hereinafter referred to as the “Science Expo”) was successfully held in the Exhibition Center of Zhongguancun National Independent Innovation Demonstration Zone in Beijing. Zhongke Aerospace, as the achievement transformation platform of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in the field of aerospace science and technology, was invited to participate in the exhibition, and made a big debut with a number of major powers such as the Arrow series of launch vehicles
On May 24, Bai Chunli, chairman of the Greater Bay Area Science Forum, chairman of the “Belt and Road” International Science Organization Alliance, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Feng Wei, vice president of the Guangzhou Branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and their delegation visited the China Science and Technology Aerospace Flight Science and Technology Industrialization Base for investigation and guidance , conducted in-depth exchanges and discussions with Yang Yiqiang, chairman and president of Zhongke Aerospace. As Academician Bai Chunli said in his speech at the opening ceremony of the 2023 Greater Bay Area Science Forum: “China is moving from a scientific and technological power to a technological power.” Zhongke Aerospace will also be guided by the major strategic needs of my country’s aerospace field and give full play to the new national system and the advantages of mixed ownership, lead the development of aerospace technology with innovation, and contribute to the realization of the dream of a technologically powerful country
On May 22, the 2023 Greater Bay Area Science Forum “Belt and Road” high-quality development sub-forum hosted by the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences was held in Nansha, Guangzhou. Yang Yiqiang, director of the Aerospace Science and Technology Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and chairman and president of China Aerospace Corporation, was invited to attend as a guest speaker. In the future, Zhongke Aerospace will serve the “Belt and Road” initiative, combine the needs of national strategic scientific and technological strength construction and the regional coordinated development strategy, and look forward to setting sail from the Greater Bay Area, heading to the South China Sea, covering the Indian Ocean and the Mediterranean coast, and going to sea for one-time final assembly , Multiple launches, construction of the home port of the Southern Aerospace Port aimed at the space service of the Belt and Road, to meet the launch needs of near seas and far seas…