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Cathay Pacific Chief Operating Officer highlights Hong Kong's aviation success at London Hong Kong Association luncheon

08 Apr 2004


Guests mingled at the pre-luncheon cocktail reception in the Painters Hall. From left to right: Mr Andrew Leung, Director General, Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office; The Baroness Dunn, Chairman, The Hong Kong Association; and Mr Philip Chen, Director & Chief Operating Officer, Cathay Pacific Airways.Guests met with each other at the pre-luncheon cocktail reception in the Painters Hall. From left to right: Mr Roger Whitehead, Head of Hong Kong Section, China Hong Kong Department, The Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Mr Andrew Leung, Director General, Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office; The Baroness Dunn, Chairman, The Hong Kong Association; Mr Philip Chen, Director & Chief Operating Officer, Cathay Pacific Airways; Ms Chitty Cheung, Regional Manager Europe, Cathay Pacific Airways; and Mr Kevin Welch, Regional Director Europe, Africa & Middle East, Hong Kong Tourism Board.
Cathay Pacific Airways Director & Chief Operating Officer Philip Chen was invited to speak at a luncheon on Tuesday (6 April 2004) hosted at the Painters Hall by The Hong Kong Association in London.

Currently chaired by The Baroness Dunn, The Hong Kong Association acts as a focus for the cherishing and promotion of the long-standing and special links between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, with a particular focus on business and bilateral trade.

At the talk, Mr Chen emphasised Hong Kong's success in developing one of the leading global aviation hubs, which has helped to enhance its status as "Asia's world city". He also outlined how the development of great cities is closely intertwined with transportation routes.