一般而言，需要协助警方的支援行动例如反走私和阻截非法入境者，飞行服务队都会使用直升机执行任务。当日凌晨亦有直升机队员当值，但与警方沟通后，最终却派出定翼机，并得到当值经理及飞行行动经理同意接受任务。消息披露的飞行纪录显示，当日的飞行程序（Flying Programme）清楚纪录定翼机行动为「P-OPS」（Police Operations，即警方行动），亦即12港人乘坐快艇时，警方早已掌握其行踪，并主动策划空中监视行动，绝非「无角色」。
我们取得当日参与行动的机组人员名单，但自从传媒披露飞行服务队有份参与港府设局将12港人送中后，政府电话簿（Government Directory）已经将政府飞行服务队整个行动组（Operations Unit）职员的联络资料全部删除，却仍然备存部门其他组别的联络，可见港府有计划地隐瞒事情。
当日有份参与该定翼机飞行任务的政府飞行服务队人员名单如下：当值经理Duty Operations Manager：高级机师马钧豪机长(Senior Pilot Capt. Keith Kwan Ho Ma) ；飞行行动经理Flight Operations Manager ：高级机师黄咏妍机长(Senior Capt. Emily Wing Yin Wong)；机师：高级机师丁沛东机长(Senior Pilot Capt. Tom PT Tang)； 副机师：二级机师张家辉先生(Pilot II Mr. Cas KF Cheung ) 及空勤主任：三级空勤主任陈坚衡先生(ACMO III Mr. Jeffrey Kin Hang Chan) 。
Lucy, [Oct 8, 2020, 04:31:01]:
…[A conspiracy to turn Hongkongers to China with clear evidence: families demanding for immediate release of the 12 Hongkongers]
Following the revelation that a Hong Kong Security Bureau Flying Service (“GFS”) fixed-wing aircraft (B-LVB) circled the Sai Kung area in the early hours of August 23rd and plotted to send 12 Hongkongers to China, we have received another revelation in relation to the Government’s air surveillance on the speedboat and the conspiracy to send 12 Hongkongers to China.
Sources revealed that the flight mission was a police operation from 4:10 am to around 8:45am on August 23. As the crew of the GFS fixed-wing aircraft had already been off duty at around 10pm on 22 August 2020, no crew member was on duty at the time of the incident. It was hence highly likely that the mission was received at early hours of that morning upon emergency call from the Police.
In general, helicopters are used by GFS for operations that require Police support, such as anti-smuggling and illegal immigrant interdiction operations. In the early hours of that morning, a helicopter crew was on duty, but after communication with the Police, a fixed-wing aircraft was dispatched instead and the Duty Manager and Flight Operations Manager had agreed to accept the mission. According to the records disclosed, the flying programme on that day clearly recorded the fixed-wing operation as “Police Operations” (P-OPS), which means that when the 12 Hongkongers were on the speedboat, the police had already tracked their whereabouts and took the initiative to plan aerial surveillance operations.
Another key question arises from this information: Did GFS crew know beforehand that the flight mission was planned for sending Hongkongers to China? Generally, it is necessary to prepare the route, target, risk assessment, etc. before the mission, thus the team member in charge may have known that the mission will be flying to the Hong Kong waters and Chinese territorial waters boundary. If the flight mission is not a rescue mission, who gave operational approval for the fixed-wing aircraft to carry out the mission across the boundary?
However, since the media revealed that GFS was involved in the sending of 12 Hongkongers to China by the Hong Kong Government, the Government Directory has deleted the contact details of the entire Operations Unit of GFS from its telephone directory, but the contact details of other sections of the department remain available. It is no doubt that the Government has planned to conceal the incident.
The list of GFS personnel involved in the fixed-wing mission on that day is as follows: Duty Operations Manager: Senior Pilot Capt. Keith Kwan Ho Ma; Flight Operations Manager. Manager：Senior Capt. Emily Wing Yin Wong; Senior Pilot Capt. Tom P.T. Tang; Assistant Pilot：Mr. K.F. Chang (Pilot II); Senior Pilot
Capt. (Mr. Cas K. F. Cheung) and Air Crewman Officer: Mr. Jeffrey Kin Hang Chan (ACMO III Mr. Jeffrey Kin Hang Chan).
In view of the seriousness of the incident, GFS and the Police should expeditiously explain to the public:
Disclose the nature of the fixed-wing aircraft operation on 23 August;
Release the reconnaissance record, documents, images and radar data of the fixed-wing aircraft on 23 August;
Explain whether the police have deployed fixed-wing aircraft for aerial surveillance;
Give a full account of the Conspiracy to send the 12 Hongkongers to China; and to
Release of the 12 Hongkongers immediately.
Oct. 8, 2020