issen Hut is the oldest surviving building of the entire Kai Tak area, dating back to 1958. The tunnel-shaped hut of corrugated iron with a cement floor is a live history.
he Club’s hangar at Kai Tak is located adjacent to the Club house. With the move of the Club’s Engineering Department to Shek Kong, it is now the home for helicopters.
The Aero Bar
cozy place to hang out. Draught beer is on tap, shorts in the bottles, and an assortment of bar snacks, from a Full Monty breakfast to a bowl of noodles. The bar will normally close at 12 mid-night, however if requested the bar can be kept open all night. Members should contact the F&B Manager for further details. Don’t leave your mobile on or you may be buying a round of drinks for all.
The Kai Tak Bistro
he Kai Tak Bistro, is the main restaurant in the Club serving a variety of menus and wines. The restaurant looks out on to the old LATRA where the club planes were once kept. It is an ideal location for dining and banquets.
he Garden, a quiet and open area where members can enjoy fresh air, sunshine and moonshine. F & B, BBQ can be served to those who want to be sat away from indoor.
The Josey Lecture Room
ne of the two function rooms on the club premises mainly designed for meeting, lecturing and meeting. A number of display aids are available. It is also available for dining, private functions, corporate functions etc., in small scale.
The Gotfried Room
he Gotfried Room
The Larger of the two function rooms complete with its own small bar is again available for parties, functions, seminars, etc.
The Car Park
ituated at the N.W. corner of the old Kai Tak airport, 31 Sung Wong Toi Road. The car park’s entrance is opposite to Sky Tower with 20 parking spaces. Members’ annual parking is available at HK$300 per car per year. A very convenient place to park and dine.
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