What’s in Store for the Hong Kong International Airport Expansion?
講者 - 前民航署署長 林光宇 先生
The Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is inarguably important for Hong Kong’s economy. Recently, the Airport Authority of Hong Kong (AAHK) presented two development options in their newly released HKIA Master Plan 2030 which led to a heated debate among the concerned.
We are honored to have invited one of our outstanding alumni, Mr. Albert Lam (林光宇), former Director of Civil Aviation, to share with us his views on the proposals. The talk may cover the following:
- Demand forecast of HKIA.
- Utilization of existing infrastructure.
- Impact of expansion plans of airports of PRD.
- Integration between HKIA and airport of PRD.
- The role of HKIA in the economy of HK.
For those who are interested, you may consult the following links for some background information and prepare yourself for an in-depth discussion:
The HKUGA Policy Group aims to build a positive and open platform to enable and enhance our members’ public participation. Openness and diversity are the principles for both HKU and HKUGA. Welcome all members or friends to join this seminar and sharing your views accordingly.
Date: 5 July 2011 (Tuesday)
Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm (dinner included)
Venue: Chinese Banks’ Association, 5/F, South China Building, 1 Wydham Street, Central
Rate: HKD200 (members) / HKD280 (non-members) / HKD100 (student member)
Registration: CLICK HERE
Contact Person: Joe Tong firstname.lastname@example.org 9285 5042