The aeronautical authorities of mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR signed the cooperation arrangement on aviation security today in Macao with the objective of establishing the long-term collaboration between the three areas on the aviation security policies and the technical operations.
In order to set up a platform for regular meetings and exchanges on aviation security and to cope with the implementation of the Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), the Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong SAR (HKCAD) and the Civil Aviation Authority of Macao SAR (AACM) have agreed to set up the long-term collaboration. The three parties met in Macao today to officially sign the “Arrangement on Enhancing the Aviation Security Cooperation between the Civil Aviation Administration of China, the Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong SAR and the Civil Aviation Authority of Macao SAR”. Commencing today, the three parties will work with each other on optimizing the laws and regulations, the standards and the policies between the three parties on aviation security, sharing the research and development results of the aviation security technology as well as the certification and the inspection of the security facilities, and cooperating between them on aviation security investigation and prevention and so on.
The signing ceremony was convened in the AACM Headquarter at 10:00. The signatories were the Deputy Director General of Public Security Bureau of CAAC, Mr. Li Tung, the Director General of HKCAD, Mr. Simon Li and the President of AACM, Mr. Chan Weng Hong. The Secretary for Transport and Public Works of Macao SAR, Mr. Raimundo do Rosário and the Deputy Administrator of CAAC, Mr. Lu ErXue presided at the ceremony as the guests of honour.
Led by Mr. Lu ErXue, the CAAC delegation visited Macao from 31 July to 2 August during the period of which they would also visit Air Macau Company Limited and CAM-Macau International Airport Company Limited to know about the latest development of the Macao air transport market and the infrastructure planning.View gallery