Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the accident at Sek Kong Air Strip on 1st July 1977.
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Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the accident at Sek Kong Air Strip on 1st July 1977.

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Published by D. R. Rick, Gov"t printer in Hong Kong .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • China,
  • Hong Kong.,
  • Hong Kong

Subjects:

  • Motorcycle racing -- China -- Hong Kong.,
  • Motorcycle racing fans -- China -- Hong Kong.,
  • Sports facilities -- China -- Hong Kong -- Safety measures.,
  • Motorcycle racing -- China -- Hong Kong -- Safety measures.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesI chiu chʻi chʻi nien chʻi yüeh i jih Shih-kang i wai shih chien tiao chʻa wei yʻuan hui pao kao shu., vrih-kang i wai shih chien tiao chʻa wei yüan hui pao kao shu.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGV1060.148.H83 H66 1978
The Physical Object
Pagination79 p. :
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4489443M
LC Control Number79318980

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  A Hong Kong Aviation Club Cessna fixed-wing, single-engined aircraft with registration number B-HRH turned over on the field by the side of the runway end when landing at Sek Kong Airfield at am today (September 28). There were one pilot and three passengers on board the aircraft when the accident occurred.   Having seen a couple of memorial brass plagues commemorating the deaths of 2 individuals in Sek Kong I wonder if anybody has any history or background they could share. the first says "To the memory of Flying Officer Hunter Dennison who tragically died whilst serving with the Royal Air Force at Sek Kong 13 January " the second says. The Chief Inspector of Accidents subsequently ordered an Inspector’s Investigation into the circumstances and causes of the accident in accordance with the Hong Kong Civil Aviation (Investigation of Accidents) Regulations (Laws of Hong Kong, Chapter B). The sole objective of the investigation is the prevention of aircraft accidents. It is not. Contact Us. Quality Service Manager. Alexandra Road, PSA Building, # Singapore Tel: (65) | Email: [email protected]

The Air Accident Investigation Authority (AAIA) is an independent investigation authority responsible for the investigation of civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents in Hong Kong in accordance with the principles of ICAO Annex 13 to the convention on International Civil Aviation – Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation as incorporated in Hong Kong Civil Aviation (Investigation. The investigation revealed that the fatal accident was caused by the removal of proper fencing to prevent fall of person. The injury case was caused by exposed live electric cable. The accident was also contributed by the failure of providing adequate lighting to the workplace. The Air Accident Investigation Authority (AAIA) today (August 19) released Accident Investigation Preliminary Report 5/ on an accident in which a cabin crew member sustained an injury on board an A aircraft (registration mark B-LHA) operated by Hong Kong Airlines Limited during a turbulence encounter enroute from Beijing to Hong Kong on J Hong Kong A and Fedex MD11 at Hong Kong on May 22nd , loss of separation between takeoff and go around (Published on ) A Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A, registration B-LNM performing flight HX from Hong Kong (China) to Bangkok (Thailand), was lined up on runway 25L for departure cleared for.

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