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Old January 8th, 2005, 05:54 AM   #161
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Kunming has the flight to Maldives? Indeed Kunming is an important internationl airport for China.
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Old January 8th, 2005, 06:53 AM   #162
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东航云南公司今日开通昆明至马尔代夫国际航班,航班号为MU413/4,该航班采用先进的波音767-300型和波音737-700型客机执行飞行任务,空中飞行距离4360千米,飞行时间约5小时50分钟。
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Old January 8th, 2005, 06:19 PM   #163
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Old January 8th, 2005, 06:47 PM   #164
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very nice pics,gakei
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Old January 9th, 2005, 08:23 PM   #165
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I cant believe you can live in Washington DC,your english...
What's wrong with his english. It makes perfect sense...
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Old January 10th, 2005, 05:23 PM   #166
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Thai passenger flights dry up, but airlines pitch in with aid
Danny Chung, Hong Kong Standard
January 10, 2005

Hong Kong and China-based airlines are in the front line of aviation industry efforts to relieve the suffering of millions of people caught up in the tsunami devastation.

China Southern Airlines, the mainland's biggest airline by fleet size, diverted commercial cargo services from Leige in Belgium, Amsterdam and Chicago to Shanghai and Shenzhen for emergency flights.

The airline said its passenger services have not been affected.

"We have not experienced a drop in leisure or business travel during this crisis," China Southern's senior advisor for international public relations Jeff Ruffolo said.

Cathay Pacific's chief executive, Philip Chen, said it has raised HK$3 million, of which HK$1 million came from staff. Cathay donated HK$1 million and also matched contributions from staff.

On the international front, British Airways said it will be donating 1 million (HK$14.7 million), half of which is cash and the other half free tickets and cargo space.

Thai low-cost carrier Nok Air has offered free tickets to doctors wanting to travel to Phuket. And AirAsia said that along with its "sister companies" Thai AirAsia and AWAIR of Indonesia, it has been flying in relief workers, air supplies and doctors to help with the clear-up operation.

"These relief efforts are not quantifiable," AirAsia said when asked about the cost.

While they help out with relief efforts, airlines are undoubtedly suffering from loss of business from the tsunamis.

Dragonair, which ran a thrice- weekly service to Phuket before the disaster struck, has suspended services until the end of the month. The suspension has been caused by a "severe drop in demand," a spokeswoman said.

According to the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa), Air China, which recently listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange, suspended twice-weekly Beijing-to-Phuket services with no resumption date given.

Asiana of South Korea suspended services between Incheon and Phuket from December 30 until January 31.

Capa quoted Thai Air's estimate that the airline could lose 270 million baht (HK$53.59 million) from cancellations or postponements caused by the tsunamis.

Despite these setbacks, Capa is upbeat about the industry's ability to recover.

"Asia's aviation and tourism industry has demonstrated remarkable resilience in this era of the `constant shock syndrome', and will pull through this latest setback strongly," the centre wrote in a statement last week

It said the growing presence of low-cost carriers serving Thailand as well as confidence-restoring measures by Thai Airways and Thai tourism authority including industry groups such as the Pacific Asia Travel Association will restore demand for "attractively priced travel".

Cathay Pacific corporate communications manager for public affairs, Carolyn Leung, said she expected passenger loads will be affected but does not see a long-term loss.

Celestial Asia Securities analyst Tony Tong said since the Thai route is only one of many for most airlines, the effect of the tsunamis in Southeast Asia will not have a significant financial effect. Tong said airlines had other pressures such as interest rate rises in the US and the high price of oil.
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Old January 10th, 2005, 05:43 PM   #167
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From Thailand
Thai Airways International (TG)
Bangkok to Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Kunming, Shanghai, Xiamen
Chiang Mai to Jinghong, Kunming
Bangkok Airways (PG)
Bangkok to Guilin, Hangzhou, Jinghong, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Xi'an
Chiang Mai to Jinghong, Xi'an
Orienthai (OX)
Bangkok to Guangzhou
Cities from China to Thailand : Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Guilin, Haikou, Hangzhou, Jinghong, Kunming, Nanjing, Nanning, Shanghai, Shantou, Shenyang, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Xi'an
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Old January 10th, 2005, 05:57 PM   #168
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From Thailand
Thai Airways International (TG)
Bangkok to Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Kunming, Shanghai, Xiamen
Chiang Mai to Jinghong, Kunming
Bangkok Airways (PG)
Bangkok to Guilin, Hangzhou, Jinghong, Nanjing, Shenzhen, Xi'an
Chiang Mai to Jinghong, Xi'an
Orienthai (OX)
Bangkok to Guangzhou
Cities from China to Thailand : Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dalian, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Guilin, Hangzhou, Jinghong, Kunming, Nanjing, Nanning, Shanghai, Shantou, Shenyang, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Xi'an
There should be Chinese airlines flying BKK to other Chinese cities too, so there should be more Chinese cities linked to Bangkok.

Bangkok, Singapore, Tokyo, Seoul are like Chinese passengers hub now.
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Old January 10th, 2005, 11:46 PM   #169
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Whats wrong with his english?
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Old January 10th, 2005, 11:50 PM   #170
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This airport pic is not ningbo airport but Guangzhou:



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Old January 11th, 2005, 07:10 AM   #171
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China's Private Airlines Ready for Take-Off

BEIJING, Jan 11 Asia Pulse - China's first three private airlines are now ready for take-off and the deadline for all preparations is estimated to be the first half of the year.

Tuesday's China Daily quoted a reliable source as saying that the three companies, namely Ao'kai, United Eagle and Chunqiu, may take off during the May Day holidays at the earliest.

But the three companies refused to either confirm or deny an earlier media report that they would become operational during the Lunar New Year holidays.

Experts noted that more and more private companies are expressing an interest in China's lucrative aviation market.

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Old January 11th, 2005, 07:33 AM   #172
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China to lead world growth in air travel
Last Updated(Beijing Time):2005-01-11 10:23

China is expected to be the world's fastest-growing market for air travel.

The Chinese air passenger market, which numbered 21.9 million people in 2003, is forecast to turn in an average annual growth of 12.5 percent until 2008, the International Air Transport Association said in its year-end report.

"China will lead the global economic expansion for the foreseeable future, which will generate significant long-haul business traffic to and from North America," IATA said.
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Old January 11th, 2005, 06:01 PM   #173
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Kunming - Malaysia Airlines' 7th Chinese Destination

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 8 (Bernama) -- National carrier, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) today announced the commencement of three times weekly direct services between Kuala Lumpur and Kunming, China, next week.

In a statement today it said that effective Jan 15, MAS' flight MH352 departs Kuala Lumpur at 0910 hours every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday and arrives in Kunming at 1235 hours the same day.

The flight departs Kunming at 1355 hours and arrives in Kuala Lumpur at 1730 hours the same day.

A two-class configuration Airbus A330-200 aircraft with 187 Economy Class seats and 42 Golden Club Class seats will be deployed for this new service, providing a total weekly capacity of 687 seats in each direction.

MAS said that Kunming becomes MAS' 7th scheduled services destination in China after Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, Xiamen and Chengdu.

MAS added that the introduction of the new link was in line with the carrier's continued efforts to strengthen its market presence in China.

In conjunction with the launch, MAS is offering various Golden Holidays packages from Kuala Lumpur to Kunming, namely 4 days/3 nights Discover Kunming, 5 days/4 nights Mysteries of Kunming Tour, 8 days/7 nights Kunming Heritage Tour/Kunming Amazing Tour, 4 days/3 nights Kunming Exclusive /Free & Easy, with prices from as low as RM1,356 per person on twin-share basis.
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On an A330 Aircraft, isn't this a little TOO big?
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China's Private Airlines Ready for Take-Off

BEIJING, Jan 11 Asia Pulse - China's first three private airlines are now ready for take-off and the deadline for all preparations is estimated to be the first half of the year.

Tuesday's China Daily quoted a reliable source as saying that the three companies, namely Ao'kai, United Eagle and Chunqiu, may take off during the May Day holidays at the earliest.

But the three companies refused to either confirm or deny an earlier media report that they would become operational during the Lunar New Year holidays.

Experts noted that more and more private companies are expressing an interest in China's lucrative aviation market.

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Old January 12th, 2005, 06:01 PM   #176
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Airlines target migrant workers in spring rush - Ticket prices are slashed to tap overflow of passengers from stretched rail system
Annette Chiu
12 January 2005
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The annual return of tens of millions of migrant workers to their homes during next month's Lunar New Year holiday, which badly strains the overstretched rail network, will take on a new dimension as regional airlines angle for a small share of the world's largest human migration.

Sichuan Airlines is offering a 65 per cent discount on 14 routes to factory, construction and other migrant workers, most of whom have never flown before.

Air fares from Beijing to Chengdu, Sichuan's capital, have been slashed to 500 yuan for migrant workers only. That is 25 per cent more expensive than a "hard bed" train ticket but still cheaper than the most expensive "soft bed" class.

"It's a promotion plan to build our brand," an executive from Sichuan Airlines said. "Although we can hardly cover costs with the low ticket price, it's a move to help migrant workers going back home for the Lunar New Year.

"It helps our image."

The special holiday fares for migrant workers highlight intense competition in the domestic airline industry, with smaller carriers in particular turning to niche markets.

"Not many workers can afford to fly back home, even with the discount," said Gary Zhang of Sun Hung Kai Research. "It's more like a gimmick for the airlines to launch such promotions. But they do show how competitive the domestic market is."

The mainland's rapid industrialisation has flushed huge numbers of peasants from rural areas into cities in search of work. It is estimated there are up to 150 million migrant workers in the country, most earning less than 1,000 yuan a month.

A spokesman for Xiamen Airlines said the Fujian-based carrier was considering a similar promotion for migrant workers.

"We are still working on aircraft deployment as capacity is always strained during the Spring Festival," he said.

The airlines are hoping to capitalise on an overflow of passengers from the stretched rail system. Each year, thousands of workers are stranded in cities during the holidays without a train ticket home.

Adding a twist to their rivals' strategy, Shenzhen Airlines hopes to boost demand on its thin traffic routes by encouraging migrant workers to bring their families to southern China instead.

Spokesman Hou Bin said the carrier would offer 60 per cent to 72 per cent discounts on more than 20 routes.

The airline's average load factor on routes to Shenzhen and Guangzhou from second or third-tier cities in the interior was about 30 per cent. But the carrier expects the cheaper tickets to help fill between 50 and 60 per cent of the seats.

"Although we cannot recover the cost by offering the discounts, filling the seats helps our income stream," Mr Hou said.
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Published January 12, 2005

Cathay Pacific to service Shanghai freight

(HONG KONG) Cathay Pacific Airways announced yesterday that it will launch daily freighter services to Shanghai from Jan 27, further expanding the airline's mainland network and strengthening Hong Kong as the predominant gateway to the Chinese mainland.

Shanghai will be the second mainland city Cathay Pacific will serve. The airline resumed passenger services to Beijing on Dec 2, 2003 after a break of 13 years, and now operates daily services to the Chinese capital, according to Cathay Pacific.

Cathay Pacific has also been allocated rights upon designation to operate three weekly passenger services to Xiamen and will launch services in late February this year, subject to operational requirements, it said.

Cathay Pacific director and general manager Cargo Ron Mathison said, 'Cathay Pacific's new freighter service will connect the mainland's biggest commercial centres and provide direct links across the Cathay Pacific network from Shanghai to destinations throughout the region, and beyond to major markets in Europe and North America.'

'The service will further strengthen Hong Kong as a global logistics hub and gateway to the mainland and we plan to add additional freighter frequencies to Shanghai in the near future.' Mr Mathison added.

The daily freighter services to Shanghai will be operated by a Boeing 747-200 freighter aircraft, according to Cathay Pacific. - Xinhua
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Thursday January 13, 10:15 AM
CHINA PRESS: Chinese Airlines Post CNY6.23B Profit In '04

BEIJING (Dow Jones)--China's civil aviation regulator said local airlines made a total profit of CNY6.23 billion in 2004, reversing the previous year's loss, the Beijing Morning post reports.

Three major state-run carriers - Air China Ltd. (0753.HK), China Eastern Airlines Ltd. (CEA) and China Southern Airlines Co. (ZNH) - contributed a combined profit of CNY5.39 billion last year, the report says, citing the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

That result boosted the whole civil aviation industry's profit to CNY8.69 billion in 2004, equivalent to the sum of profits recorded in the previous decade, the report says. The industry has posted losses in the last several years.

Passenger traffic totaled 120 million in 2004, up 38% on year, it adds.
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Hainan's Meilan Airport 2004 passenger numbers up

HONG KONG, Jan 14 (Reuters) - China's Hainan Meilan International Airport Co. Ltd. (0357.HK) said on Friday passenger numbers at its Hainan island airport rose 24 percent from 2003 to 2004.

The increase was due to economic growth and a liberalisation of aviation rights allowing more international airlines to use the airport.

The Hong Kong-listed firm said in a statement 7.48 million passengers passed through Hainan's main airport last year, an all-time high, while cargo throughput in 2004 rose 21 percent to 98,482.5 tonnes from the previous year.
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China Southern Airlines continues emergency airlift to Medan & Colombo
14 January 2005
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BEIJING - China Southern Airlines, the largest airline in China, is continuing its 747 freight airlift of emergency medical supplies to the flood ravaged areas of Indonesia and Sri Lanka.

Today, a China Southern Airlines 747-400 departed from Beijing Capital Airport on route to Medan, Indonesia and then will continue onwards to Colombo, Sri Lanka. The emergency airlift includes 75 tons of food, medicine, tents and electric generators.

"Just because this disaster happened nearly three weeks old, does not mean that it has magically gone away. We all can do our part to alleviate the pain and suffering inflicted upon the innocent from this incredible natural calamity," said Mr. Li Kun, Executive Vice President, China Southern Airlines.

This 747-400 emergency airlift is the fifth such cargo flight conducted by China Southern since the massive earthquake and resulting tsunami slammed into South Asia on December 26.

Mr. Li added that each 747-400 freight airlift has also included local language interpreters.

China Southern has used both of its 747-400 freighters from its standard Europe/China and USA/China commercial service and has been pushing them into emergency airlift duty to Colombo, Sri Lanka and Medan, Indonesia.

The China Southern Airlines 747-400 freighter aircraft used in today`s emergency airlift will return to Shenzhen in Southern China from Colombo and then placed back into regular commercial service from China to Liege, Belgium.

All facets of China Southern Airlines' operations are participating in this unprecedented airlift of emergency supplies and medicines to these flood ravaged areas, including the airline's ultra-modern System Operations Control Center at the new Baiyun International Airport which is coordinating all air logistics and country clearance approvals.
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