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Professor Klaus Schwab
Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman

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Foundation Board Members

  • Patrick Aebischer photo
  • Mukesh D. Ambani photo
  • Peter Brabeck-Letmathe photo
  • Mark J. Carney photo
  • Victor L. L. Chu photo
  • Orit Gadiesh photo
  • Carlos Ghosn photo
  • Herman Gref photo
  • Angel Gurría photo
  • Jim Hagemann Snabe photo
  • Susan Hockfield photo
  • Donald Kaberuka photo
  • Klaus Kleinfeld photo
  • Christine Lagarde photo
  • Peter Maurer photo
  • Luis Alberto Moreno photo
  • Indra Nooyi photo
  • H.M. Queen Rania Al Abdullah of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan photo
  • Peter Sands photo
  • Joe Schoendorf photo
  • Klaus Schwab photo
  • Heizo Takenaka photo
  • George Yeo photo
  • Jack Ma Yun photo
  •  Min Zhu photo

 

The Forum’s activities are managed by its executive leadership. Led by Founder and Executive Chairman Professor Klaus Schwab, the leadership and staff of the Forum comprise exceptional individuals from all walks of life and over 60 nationalities. This global depth and experience ensures our ability to fully support our global membership and their engagement on global issues.

Chairman

Klaus Schwab photo

Klaus Schwab

Founder, Executive Chairman

Management Committee

David Aikman photoDavid Aikman Head of New Champions
Jennifer Blanke photoJennifer Blanke Chief Economist
Espen Barth Eide photoEspen Barth Eide Head of the Centre for Global Strategies, Member of the Managing Board
Paolo Gallo photoPaolo Gallo Chief Human Resources Officer
Julien Gattoni photoJulien Gattoni Chief Financial Officer
W. Lee Howell photoW. Lee Howell Head of Global Programming, Member of the Managing Board
Jeremy Jurgens photoJeremy Jurgens Chief Information and Interaction Officer
Helena Leurent photoHelena Leurent Head of Business Engagement
Adrian Monck photoAdrian Monck Head of Public Engagement
Gilbert J. B. Probst photoGilbert J. B. Probst Dean, Leadership Office and Academic Affairs
Philipp Rösler photoPhilipp Rösler Head of the Centre for Regional Strategies, Member of the Managing Board
Richard Samans photoRichard Samans Head of the Centre for the Global Agenda,
Member of the Managing Board
Jim Hagemann Snabe photoJim Hagemann Snabe Chairman, Centre for Global Industries
Murat Sonmez photoMurat Sonmez Chief Business Officer, Member of the Managing Board
Jean-Luc Vez photoJean-Luc Vez Head of Security Policy and Security Affairs
Dominic Kailash Nath Waughray photoDominic Kailash Nath Waughray Head of Public-Private Partnerships
Alois Zwinggi photoAlois Zwinggi Head of Operations and Resources, Member of the Managing Board

 

Strategic Partners

A

Y

Z

Industry Partner Groups

Z

Regional Partners

A

  • Abdul Latif Jameel Co.,
  • Aflac Japan,
  • African Development Bank Group,
  • African Rainbow Minerals,
  • AirAsia,
  • Al Dabbagh Group,
  • Al Dahra Holding,
  • Alghanim Industries,
  • Alshaya Group,
  • Apollo Tyres Ltd,
  • averda,
  • Axiata Group Berhad,

B

  • Bajaj Auto,
  • Bank Mandiri,
  • Barclays Africa Group Limited,
  • BNP Paribas,
  • Burgan Bank,

C

  • Capital Bank,
  • Comision Federal de Electricidad,
  • Crescent Enterprises,
  • Crescent Petroleum,

D

  • Dana Gas,
  • Development Bank of Southern Africa,

E

  • Ecobank Transnational,
  • Emirates NBD,
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development,
  • European Investment Bank,

F

  • First Bank of Nigeria,
  • FirstRand,
  • Flour Mills of Nigeria,

G

  • Gentera,
  • GMR Group,
  • Goldcorp Inc.,
  • Greenberg Traurig,
  • Grupa Azoty,
  • Grupo Lauman,

H

  • Habboush Group,
  • Habib Bank,
  • Hikma Pharmaceuticals,
  • Hindustan Powerprojects Pvt.,

I

  • Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa,
  • Intercorp,
  • Interprotección,
  • Investec,

K

  • KIO Networks,
  • Kirin Holdings,

L

  • Lippo Group,
  • Lulu Group International,

M

  • Majid Al Futtaim Holding,
  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries,
  • Mizuho Financial Group,
  • MMI Holdings Limited,

N

  • Naspers,
  • Nigeria LNG Limited,

O

  • Oando,
  • OAO Tatneft,
  • OHL México, S.A.B. DE C.V.,
  • OJSC “Bank Otrkritie Financial Corporation,
  • OJSC Mining&Metallurgical Company “Norilsk Nickel,
  • The Olayan Group,
  • Omnilife-Angelíssima Group,
  • Ooredoo Group,
  • Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe,
  • Overseas Infrastructure Alliance,

P

  • PAIPED,
  • Palestine Telecommunications Company,
  • PPF a.s.,

Q

  • Qalaa Holdings

R

  • Rajesh Wadhawan Group,
  • RDIF Management Company ,
  • RGE Pte Ltd,
  • RMZ Corp.,

S

  • Samruk-Kazyna,
  • San Miguel Corporation,
  • SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad,
  • Sasol,
  • Saudi Telecom,
  • SBI Holdings,
  • Seplat Petroleum Development Company,
  • SICPA Holding,
  • Sinar Mas, Agribusiness & Food,
  • SM Investments Corporation,
  • SMFG,
  • The Standard Bank Group Limited,

T

  • Telkom,
  • Tokio Marine Holdings,
  • Transnet SOC Ltd,

U

  • United Phosphorus

V

  • Vision 3,
  • Visy Industries Pty ,
  • VPS Healthcare,

W

  • Wilmar International Limited

Y

  • YTL Corporation Berhard

Search For Disappeared Air Asia Flight Suspended: Summary Of The Facts So Far

About 12 hours after AirAsia flight QZ8501 with 162 people on board disappeared and lost all contact with Jakarta air traffic control at 6:17 am local time (11:17 pm GMT Saturday), the aircraft searching for any clue of what may happened to the second unexplained disappearance of an airplane flying in the region, have been called off due to nightfall even as ships will continue their search through the night. As Sky News reported, “Rescuers scouring the Java Sea have halted their search because it is getting dark, Indonesia’s transport ministry said.  Hadi Mustofa said: “We ended at 5:30 pm (1030 GMT) because it was getting dark. The weather was also not too good as it was getting really cloudy. “Tomorrow we will begin at 7 am, or even earlier than that if the weather is good.”

For those who missed the coverage last night, here is what is known so far, via Reuters:

Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501, an Airbus 320-200 carrying 155 passengers and seven crew, lost contact with Jakarta air traffic control at 6:17 a.m. (2317 GMT on Saturday). No distress signal had been sent, said Joko Muryo Atmodjo, an Indonesian transport ministry official.

 

On board were 155 Indonesians, three South Koreans and one each from Singapore, Malaysia and Britain, plus a French pilot, the airline said in a statement, correcting earlier information. Tatang Kurniadi, head of Indonesia’s National Committee of Safety Transportation, expressed hope of locating the aircraft quickly and said it was too early to detect any of the so-called electronic pings from its black box recorder.

 

“We are using our capacity to search on sea and land. Hopefully we can find the location of the plane as soon as possible,” he told a news conference.”What I need to emphasize is until now, we have not found out how the plane fell or what kind of emergency it was.”

 

Indonesia AirAsia is 49 percent owned by Malaysia-based budget carrier AirAsia (AIRA.KL), which has had a clean safety record since it began operating 13 years ago. The AirAsia group also has affiliates in Thailand, the Philippines and India. The aircraft had accumulated approximately 23,000 flight hours in some 13,600 flights, according to Airbus (AIR.PA).

 

The pilots of QZ8501 “was requesting deviation due to en-route weather before communication with the aircraft was lost,” the airline said in a statement. Singapore, Malaysia, Britain, South Korea and Australia offered to help in the search and any investigation. Malaysia said it was sending vessels and a C130 aircraft while Singapore had also sent a C130. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said a P3 Orion aircraft was on standby if needed.

The suggested location of the disappearance is shown in the map below: Flight QZ8501 was between Tanjung Pandan on Indonesia’s Belitung island and Pontianak, in West Kalimantan province on Borneo – almost halfway between Surabaya and Singapore – when it went missing. There was bad weather over Belitung at the time and the aircraft had been flying at 32,000 feet before asking to fly at 38,000 feet to avoid clouds.

 

While AirAsia chief Tony Fernandes said it is too early to say what happened to flight QZ8501 and every assistance must be given to the search and rescue effort some are thanking their lucky stars they avoided it in the last moment:

A man named Purnomo told TVOne in Surabaya of a lucky escape. “I should have been on the flight,” he said. “We, seven people, had planned to go to Singapore for vacation but this morning I had an emergency. I had my passport in hand.”

 

Tony Fernandes, chief of Malaysia’s AirAsia, said he was heading to Surabaya. “My only thoughts are with the passengers and my crew. We put our hope in the SAR (search and rescue) operation and thank the Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysian governments,” he said on Twitter.

Others were not so lucky:

Louise Sidharta was at Singapore’s Changi Airport waiting for her fiancée to return from a family holiday. “It was supposed to be their last vacation before we got married,” she said.

Some other known facts: the pilot of the missing plane had 20,000 hours of flying experience – 7,000 of which were with AirAsia. It has yet to be revealed if like the pilot of missing flight MH-370 he too had a flight simulator at home on which he was training landing at unexpected venues. As a reminder, 9 months later there is still no trace of the missing MH-370, which as we reported recently, a former airline CEO shocking claimed it was shot down by the US.

Below is the plane’s full Flight Dispatch Release courtesy of Aviation Safety.

And the flight’s Load and Trim Sheet:

 

That largely covers the facts. And now the unconfirmed speculation begins. According to a report in the Malaysian Insider, a family member claims receiving text message missing plane safe citing Indonesian news portal Detik.com

It reported from Surabaya that a family of a missing passenger received a glimmer of hope via a Blackberry Messenger (BBM) text. The portal quoted Intan, the sister of passenger Martinus Djomy as saying: “Kabarnya mendarat darurat di Belitung Timur, semua selamat. Tapi kita tetap butuh kepastian.”

 

(We got word that that the plane made an emergency landing in Belitung Timur, everyone is safe. But we still need to be sure.)

 

Intan said she learned about this from a friend who sent her the text message via BBM. Her brother Martinus was travelling to Singapore with his wife, child and babysitter.

 

Detik.com reported that the piece of information was passed on to the authorities at the crisis centre in Juanda. The news portal added that unfortunately, there remains no confirmation from relevant authorities whether the information was accurate or otherwise.

 

In a separate story, Detik.com also quoted Nasional Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) Jakarta chief Sutrisno as saying that the agency’s radar did not detect the flight’s Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT).

 

He said the ELT would go off if there was impact or if the plane had gone under water.

 

“If the plane landed smoothly on water, it wouldn’t have gone off, unless the device was not working. It didn’t go off so Basarnas doesn’t know its position now,” Detik quoted him as saying.

According to a separate and largely contradictory report from IBT, a loud bang was reportedly heard by fishermen over Belitung Island at around 07:00 to 08:00 in the morning, Indonesian news website Bangka Tribun News reported.

“There are fishermen who heard the explosion, but not yet certain. Its location is near the island of Jackfruit,” a member of Tagana Beltm told the website.

 

The flight was reportedly over the Java Sea between Kalimantan and Java islands when it lost contact.

 

However, the fishermen could not ascertain the source of the explosion and assumed that the bang came from within a five-mile radius between Coconut Island and Bird Bath Beach, Damar. Belitung is an island on the east coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, in the Java Sea.

 

The fishermen who were at sea engaged in their regular fishing activities near Coconut Island also claim that the explosion was quite powerful.

Considering the numerous unconfirmed reports that sprung up in the aftermath of the MH-370 disappearance, this is only the beginning.

More on the missing flight as we see it.

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Missing AirAsia Flight Was Predicted

As early as the end of the world community on the 15th of this month predicted AirAsia aircraft to happen, repeatedly warned people away from Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia away, saying, “Do not listen to the words, over a period of time after the accident pulls this post, it is too late to regret.

WASHINGTON December 28, 2014 Reuters (Epoch Times reporter Luo sub-reports) were shocking media on December 28 morning plane carrying 162 people lost contact AirAsia flight QZ8501, Sina Weibo, Jan. 15 Community Day on the horizon, some people predicted the crash of AirAsia, AirAsia called on Chinese people away, do not become a victim of another MH370, and calls promptly notify their relatives and friends. The posts in AirAsia aircraft after the accident became the center of focus online, causing everyone wonder and hot.

On the 28th morning, a Surabaya to Singapore from Indonesia AirAsia flights QZ8501 lost contact with the control tower in Jakarta, Beijing lost to time is 7:17. There are 162 people, including seven crew members on the plane lost contact, it is understood no Chinese passengers on the plane.

There were Han Chinese media in their own way Weibo shocking was predicted AirAsia aircraft lost contact event, he made a screenshot, and accompanied by a word: this friend on the 15th of this month predicted today AirAsia aircraft lost contact events.

This is the landlord, “the people have their own music” in the month at 20:15 on the 15th with the title “was ruined after MAS, AirAsia Blackhand also extended to” send a message to the End of the World community, which reads: “International Blackhand the Malaysia Airlines and Malaysia Airlines MH370 MH17 after the hijacking and shot down, as the world’s sixth-largest airline Ma Hangji this collapse, in a lethargic state. Now, the big black hand again targeted in AirAsia, as always, must ruin AirAsia, Because AirAsia also belong to Malaysia. Given Blackhand forces too powerful, too vicious heart, suggested that the Chinese passenger travel, away from AirAsia, do not become another victim of MH370. ”

After issuing this post, he bursts a few posts that night followed by further explanation: “It was a happy business travel or go out to work to learn, do not care to sit MAS or AirAsia, became a target, loss of dead people be careful.” “We want this message promptly notify their relatives and friends,” “untouchables, hide from! Who saw this post, benefits.” “The most important people to own life insurance.”

Even that night around 11:12, he wrote the post, said:. “This is a life-saving message to Europe or the US tour, do not take AirAsia Malaysia Airlines airliner Do not listen to the words, over a period of time after the accident pulls out this post, and that too late to regret. ”

Then after another two days on the 16th, the 17th, was renamed the landlord or the reminder: “This is a major event in human life, we have to pay attention,” and stressed that “far from AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines away, cherish life.”

After 58 minutes he was 17 am and 10:10 made about the contents of two identical posts “away from AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines away, cherish life,” disappeared. He patiently made a total of 39 posts related content.


As early as the end of the world community on the 15th of this month predicted AirAsia aircraft to happen, repeatedly warned people away from Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia away, saying, “Do not listen to the words, over a period of time after the accident pulls this post, it is too late to regret a. “(network screenshot)

After the 28th AirAsia aircraft lost contact, a lot of people come back again, have the thread, said: “What the landlord,” “admiration” “I go, this is amazing,” “horrible ……” “kneel” ……

Others say: “The landlord came out, you are still guessing this thing you planned aircraft Oh really gone?!” “The landlord know insider ah!”

Someone said that Sina’s AirAsia plane lost contact with the topic, and mentioned no Chinese passengers on the aircraft lost contact, do not know with the landlord to remind also relevant? Internet is also some speculation that this could predict the “man of God” is not the Ministry of State Security personnel.

AirAsia aircraft lost contact after a lot of people watching the landlord of the original post, and leave a message discussion thread pages of press time reporter has reached 30, but also more than 650,000 hits, but the name of the landlord has not appeared again.

This is clearly the name of the landlord written incident involves the like: “Should AirAsia is a joint venture of this incident involved – Thai AirAsia.”

According to Baidu information: AirAsia is a Malaysian airline, is Asia’s first low-cost airline. Malaysia’s second international airline. Parent company AirAsia Berhad. AirAsia Thai AirAsia and Indonesia have AirAsia two joint venture companies.

Editor: JIANG Xiao