BORDER LINES: Airport body seeks corporate PR

HONG KONG: The Airport Authority, the government body which operates Hong Kong’s airport, is seeking a corporate relations head to promote the authority globally. The role was previously part of corporate development officer Clinton Leeks’ remit. Leeks left in November 1998 when his role was abolished after the Chek Lap Kok airport was beset by logistical probelms. The new role involves relations with the Civil Aviation Authority, public interest groups and customers. The post reports to chief executive Billy Lam Chung Lun and oversees all the airport’s PR.

HONG KONG: The Airport Authority, the government body which

operates Hong Kong’s airport, is seeking a corporate relations head to

promote the authority globally. The role was previously part of

corporate development officer Clinton Leeks’ remit. Leeks left in

November 1998 when his role was abolished after the Chek Lap Kok airport

was beset by logistical probelms. The new role involves relations with

the Civil Aviation Authority, public interest groups and customers. The

post reports to chief executive Billy Lam Chung Lun and oversees all the

airport’s PR.



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