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Old January 22nd, 2013, 10:52 AM   #241
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Air Macau expands to Shenyang, expects profit growth in 2012
10/01/2013 08:30:00
Macau Daily Times

Air Macau started a new route to the Chinese city of Shenyang yesterday, to further tap the vast potential of mainland market. The carrier expects profit growth for the financial year of 2012 despite a dramatic fall in the number of Japanese passengers, due to strained Sino-Japanese relations.

The carrier held an inauguration ceremony of the new Macau – Shenyang Route at Macau International Airport yesterday. The route will have four flights each week in its initial stage. Zheng Yan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Air Macau, said that as the 20th route the carrier operates, Shenyang holds a great deal of significance for the company as the northeastern district is one of the most import tourist source markets for Macau, and the new route will make it much more convenient for the two sides to further their economic and cultural exchanges.

Speaking on the carrier’s performance in 2012, Zheng was quoted by TDM as saying that he expected a better profit than that recorded in 2011 (MOP250m), despite a drop of nearly 30 percent of Japanese passengers due to territorial disputes between the two countries. The top executive said Shenyang is just the beginning in a set of new routes the company plans to better coordinate with the country’s 12th Five Year Plan. Other new lines planned include Wenzhou and Zhengzhou, scheduled for later this year. Asked over the newly initiated intercity light railway between Zhuhai and Guangzhou, which also effectively links Macau’s Border Gate with Guangzhou, the chairman said the light rail, as well as the Guangzhou-Beijing high speed train, are both opportunities and challenges for Macau’s aviation industry.

In order to celebrate this route operation, the Macau Tourist Office prepared a souvenir for each passenger taking the flight no. - NX067 from Shenyang to Macau on January 9 2013. From January 9 until May 9 2013, Galaxy Macau has offered 100 free hotel rooms for the inbound Business class passengers purchasing Air Macau business class ticket from Shenyang. Each of the first 100 Business class passengers can get one Galaxy Hotel room for a night, free.

Last week the Centre for Aviation (CAPA) released an analysis report saying that Air Macau is finally taking encouraging steps to support the Macau’s economic diversification, by expanding into the Chinese market and other Asian destinations.
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Old January 26th, 2013, 06:21 PM   #244
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MIA achieved outstanding results from Southeast Asia routes in 2012
23 Jan 2013
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During 2012, Macau International Airport (MIA) handled 4.49 million passengers, recorded 11% growth from 2011 and aircraft movement also recorded 8% year-to-year growth. At the same time, the Macau International Airport was awarded with the CAPA Aviation Awards for Excellence – Airport Marketing Award, confirming the outstanding achievements of marketing development in the past year.

To match the policy for transforming Macau into the world tourism leisure centre, Macau International Airport welcomed 5 Southeast Asia airlines to Macau operating new air routes including Danang, Chiangmai and Jeju in 2012 and increased the frequency of the existing key routes. At present, there are 21 airlines operating a total of 32 routes in Macau, covering 20 destinations in Mainland China, Taiwan China and 12 cities in Southeast and North Asia. With the diversified flight options, the Southeast Asia market has become the major market source and performed particularly well in 2012 which accounted for 37% of the overall passenger market, while Mainland China accounted for 32% and Taiwan China market 31%. Among them, the number of passengers in Mainland China recorded the biggest growth of 23%; Southeast Asia market increased by 16%, and Taiwan China market recorded a slight fall of 4%. In Southeast and North Asia markets, Thailand and South Korea performed particularly well with a growth of 52% and 23% respectively.

In 2012, the average daily throughput of MIA recorded more than 12,000 passengers, increased 10% as compared to 2011. Over the first two weeks of 2013, passenger and aircraft movements kept growing for 15% and 16% respectively. Southeast Asia passenger reaches 45% of the overall volume of passenger traffic, Mainland China takes 31% and Taiwan China market takes 24%.

MIA will continue to cooperate with the tourism and economic development policy of the SAR government, actively cooperate with related entities to develop the diversified aviation market, perfect the sea-air Express Link service, continue cooperating with the airlines to promote “one travel with more destinations”, utilize the traffic network facilities in the region to provide more efficient and comfortable air service to the passengers in Macau and the Pearl River Delta Region.
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Old February 7th, 2013, 10:20 AM   #245
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Direct flights to Wenzhou within reach
07/02/2013 10:05:00
Macau Daily Times

Flying between Macau and Wenzhou city of Zhejiang Province is now within reach. The first flight of the Macau – Wenzhou route operated by Air Macau was inaugurated yesterday at Macau International Airport and three round-trip flights will be on schedule each week.

This is the second regular route to be opened in 2013 by Air Macau, following the Macau- Shenyang route launched on January 9th.

In the first phase, Air Macau will carry out three round-trip flights to Zhejiang on every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. Flights outbound will be at 17:15 and inbound at 20:15. One single trip will take about two hours.
Delivering his speech on the ceremony, Mr. Zhu Song Yan, CEO of Air Macau, said: “The operation of the Macau-Wenzhou route creates a channel for political, economic and cultural exchanges between Macau and Wenzhou. The new route introduces a new and beautiful tourist destination to Macau residents, while at the same time, attracts visitors there to Macau”.

Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) President Mr. Simon Chan, praised the efforts that the airline company have made in launching two new routes in less than one month. “We hope you continuously work with the government’s policy of diversifying tourists and expanding Macau’s airline network, so as to strengthen the region’s goal of becoming an international tourist hub”.

AACM has approved 36 applications for extra flights during the Chinese New Year

In response to the demand of residents’ travelling from Macau and also overseas Chinese’s coming back to the region in the coming New Year, AACM has approved 36 applications for extra flights as well as chartered planes with return-trips between Macau and some Asian cities such as Shanghai, Qingdao, Seoul, Kaohsiung, Hualien, and Singapore.

According to Xinhua, this is the resume of the route after it was cut off 14 years ago. Wenzhou is a coastal city at the southeast of the Zhejiang Province. It was also the first city to set up individual and private enterprises as well as a shareholding cooperative economy in China when the country began its economic reform in 1978.

Separately, in a Q&A session after the ceremony, AACM’ head Mr. Simon Chan released to journalists that the government intends to encourage more operators to run their business in the airport.

At the first stage of operation, the airport set up a franchise period for various service providers, including catering, ground handler, security, fuel, etc. Most of them have faced the end of the franchised period or their contracts in recent years. To create a competitive business environment and improve services, the government announced that expired contracts of these franchise operators would not be renewed.

“We believe the airport owner Macau International Airport Co. Ltd. (CAM) should remain in cooperation with these operators and attract more competitors to come in. Of course it also depends on the market size,” Chan proposed. However, he pointed out that the number of interested investors is small. “For example in 2006, the franchise period for catering service providers was supposed to finish but no investor showed up”. Chan said the airport owner and developer CAM has been developing schemes on how to attract more investors and the government also provided some suggestions. The scheme should be completed this year, according to CAM’s expectations.
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Old February 15th, 2013, 09:43 PM   #246
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Old March 8th, 2013, 09:03 AM   #247
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Macau International Airport Passenger traffic Increased 25% in February
02 Mar 2013
Airport Press Release

Benefited by the Chinese New Year festival, Macau International Airport (MIA) achieved the first peak season in 2013. During February, MIA handled over 390,000 passengers. The average daily passenger volume of February recorded over 13,000. A new daily record of over 19,000 passengers was reached on 15 February, which is the highest daily passenger volume in recent years. For the whole February, MIA recorded 25% and 21% increases in passenger volume and aircraft movement respectively as compared to the same period last year. Moreover, passengers of China, Taiwan and East Asia routes increased 38%, 9% and 28% respectively as compared to same period last year.

To provide a safe and comfortable environment for the passengers, the airport management company, ground handling service and airport security companies further encourage the front line staffs to keep consciousness of initiative service. Macau International Airport will continue renewing the airport facilities, to improve service quality as in line with the tourism policy of Macau SAR, work closely with the related entities, strive to launch new flight routes, provide more options and convenience to passengers. Meanwhile, MIA will continue cooperating with the airport operators to conduct the “One Travel with More Destinations from Macau” mission to support the development of local economy.
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Old March 20th, 2013, 08:27 PM   #248
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Old March 20th, 2013, 08:42 PM   #249
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Old March 27th, 2013, 12:47 PM   #251
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Airport charges to increase next month
26/03/2013 07:15:00
Macau Daily Times

Macau International Airport will increase its charges next month. According to TDM, the service charge imposed on every passenger aged two or above will swell from the current level of MOP90 to MOP110, but all transit passengers will be waived of this charge. Separately, the airport will charge a “security levy” of MOP 30 on each user. The new tolls will effective from April 24.
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Old March 18th, 2014, 06:30 PM   #252
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Macau International Airport Passenger Traffic Hit 5 Million - Setting New highs in recent years
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01 Jan 2014

Macau International Airport’s (MIA) passenger throughput recorded over 5 million passengers in 2013, reaching new highs in recent years, after the implementation of the three direct links across the Taiwan Straits in 2008. To face the transition difficulty, early in the beginning of 2004, MIA started to introduce low-cost airlines to Macau and develop diversified tourist market, particularly by enhancing the development of the Southeast Asian market. As a result of MIA’s initiative, the Southeast Asian market increased from 7% of total passenger throughput to 39% and a decrease of transit passengers from Taiwan from more than 50% to 7%; with the Asian financial crisis, a variety of natural disasters and political instability which impacted on the tourism market in recent years. To be in line with the Macau tourism goal “build a world tourism and leisure center”, more than 20 airlines are currently operating in MIA, with over ten airlines operating in the Southeast and Northern Asia routes and international standard service, has turned MIA to become a more international airport.

In 2013, MIA recorded over 5 million passengers and over 48,000 aircraft movements, representing an 11% and 16% increase respectively comparing to last year. The volume of passengers recorded for the month of December was over 450 thousands and the aircraft movements over 4,400, which increased 10% and 16% respectively over the same month of last year. During the year, MIA has closely cooperated with airlines and related tourism entities. In addition, to strengthen the existing flight, MIA has encouraged airlines to increase flight frequency to popular destinations and also actively cooperate with travel agencies to develop charter flight services to drive potential market, and then develop into regular flights. In 2013, MIA and some airlines jointly visited Zhengzhou, Tianjin Airport, and held promotional events, and MIA explained their incentive policy to the airlines. Routes from MIA to Wenzhou, Shenyang, Zhengzhou, Tianjin, and Kunming have been successfully launched this year. The Asian Dragon airline has recently started operating routes to Manila route.

MIA also enhances customers’ services to benefit the local residents while developing new routes, by carrying out a variety of activities for all sectors of society. For example, free car parking promotion for Macau residents, special service to local students to encourage them to take advantage of MIA when travelling, etc., which have gained positive feedback from society. Today, information technology is a central factor to lead economic growth. By using advanced IT, MIA has launched a MIA WeChat platform to publish the latest airport news and for passengers to check flight and weather information, providing more convenient and personalized services to passengers.
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Airport aims to handle 5.95 mln passengers in 2016
22 January 2016
Macau Business Daily

Operator expects passenger throughput growth of 2 pct, slower than in 2015

The operator of Macau’s airport says it is aiming to handle 5.95 million passengers at the facility this year, 2 per cent year more than last year.

A written statement issued by Macau International Airport Co Ltd says the company expects the rate of growth in annual passenger throughput to be slower than last year’s 6.4 per cent.

The operator expects the airport to handle 57,500 takeoff and landings this year.

It is aiming for annual freight throughput of 30,659 tonnes.
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Macau airport reaches new heights
12 May 2016
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In 2015, its 20th year, the Macau International Airport (MIA) received a record of 5.8 million passengers and 30,000 tons of cargo. It currently has 30 airlines serving a total of 44 destinations.

It has been a long journey since its opening on December 8, 1995. Six years earlier the Portuguese government had given a 25-year franchise contract to Macau International Airport Co. Ltd (CAM) to own and manage the airport.

Many were skeptical as to whether it would survive at all – it was the smallest of five airports in the Pearl River Delta within a 200-km radius. It was competing for passengers with international airports in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou, as well as the one in neighboring Zhuhai. What was the need for another one?

The data from last year has proved the skeptics wrong. Passenger traffic saw an increase of 6.4 percent over 2014, while cargo volume rose 4.5 percent to 30,000 tons. In 2015, there were approximately 2,986 takeoffs and landings of business aviation, an increase of 7.3 percent, and more than 55,000 aircraft movements, a 6 percent increase compared to 2014.

Ma Iao Hang, chairman of the Board of Directors of CAM, said that with the increase in passengers, freight and flights, the airport would very soon reach its original design capacity of six million people. “So we plan to expand the passenger terminal to raise the capacity to nine-ten million passengers,” he said.

“It was an excellent performance in 2015, in a less than ideal environment,” Ma said during a recent company meeting. For 2016, CAM’s target is to reach 5.95 million passengers, 30,659 tones of cargo and 57,500 flight movements.

In 2015, passengers from Southeast and North Asia accounted for 40 per cent, followed by those from the Mainland (33 percent) and Taiwan (27 percent).

In 2015, MIA attracted nine new airlines to the region – China Southern, Hainan Airlines, Beijing Capital Airlines, Jeju Air, MEGA Maldives Airlines, Bassaka Air, Asia Atlantic Airlines, Siam Air Transport and T’Way Air, resulting in the operation of eight new routes from MIA. The new routes include Haikou and Wenzhou in China; Ho Chi Minh City and Haiphong in Vietnam; Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia as well as Palau and Pattaya in Thailand.
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Record Over 600,000 passengers for Macau International Airport in July 2016
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3 Aug 2016

Macau International Airport (MIA) experienced its busiest month ever in July 2016, in which to reach over the 600,000 passenger movements mark for the first time in the airport’s 21-years history, and this is a new record as the highest single month passenger traffic with average daily passenger volume over 19,000, gaining 20% comparing with the last year. There were over 4,900 aircraft movement in July, 2% more than the same period of last year. Southeast Asia routes continue to perform well in July and taking up 43% of the overall market, followed by Mainland China and China Taiwan, accounting for 30% and 27% respectively. The three major market recorded 36%, 3%, and 18% increase respectively comparing the same period last year.

Up to end of July 2016, MIA handles around 1,040 weekly scheduled flights with 30 airlines connecting Macau to 42 cities around the world. On the other hand, South Korean home-based carrier T’Way Airlines has resumed 5 weekly flights from Seoul to Macau with effective from 22nd July 2016. Palau Pacific Airway from Palau will launch the charter flights between Palau and Macau within August 2016.
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