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Old May 13th, 2007, 04:58 PM   #241
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China gives final nod for Airbus assembly plant

BEIJING, May 11 (Reuters) - China's State Council, or cabinet, has given final approval for European plane maker Airbus to set up its first assembly plant in the country.

A ceremony would be held on Tuesday to mark the official launch of the project in the northern port city of Tianjin after final government approval was granted this week on Wednesday, according to a faxed invitation issued by the Tianjin city government.

An official from Airbus declined to give any details.

State media have said that Airbus, controlled by Franco-German firm European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. N.V. <EAD.PA><EAD.DE>, would own 51 percent of the plant, which would be capable of assembling up to four planes per month from as early as 2008.
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Old May 17th, 2007, 09:58 AM   #242
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China demand smashes records for flights

Once again, the number of worldwide flights has reached a record-breaking high and this month a large contribution has been made by figures for aviation in China.

Statistics show that 2.51 million flights are scheduled for this month, five per cent more than this time last year and breaking the record 2.49 million flights that ran in August 2006.

China was the biggest player in increasing the figures, with almost 23,000 more flights scheduled than a year ago, constituting an 18 per cent increase. Air China alone reported carrying 2.95 million passengers in April and 10.81 million over the first quarter of 2007. Meanwhile a new service has been introduced running between Manchester and China.

US flights are also up by 19,000 since last May and India has added another 10,000 flights to schedules, marking a massive 25 per cent rise in take-offs from the country.

Overall, globally 113,827 more flights have been added since May 2006, which means that 17.7 million more passengers are able to fly.

The UK is the most popular for international flights, particularly for Africa with, 121,000 flights to and from Britain this month.

Duncan Alexander, managing director of the Official Airline Guide (OAG), said: "In sheer size, the most noteworthy route showing a year-on-year increase is for flights between western Europe and Africa. This month, there are over 2,200 more flights scheduled between these two continents, up 13 per cent, and over 360,000 more seats available."

Budget airlines also expanded their business by 22 per cent since last year, now running 70,000 flights in total.

Commenting on the figures, Mr Alexander said: "From an industry perspective this healthy growth bodes very well for the future. This is great news from a travellers' viewpoint, with much more competition and choice."


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Old May 26th, 2007, 07:11 AM   #243
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Flames spotted from engine of plane going from D.C. to China
25 May 2007

WASHINGTON (AP) - United Airlines is investigating what went wrong with a plane that had to return to Dulles Airport after leaving for Beijing.

Airport officials say Flight 897 returned to Dulles shortly after it was reported to have flames coming out of an engine at take-off.

Airport spokeswoman Courtney Prebich says the plane landed safely at about 2 p-m. The plane had taken off from Dulles about an hour earlier.

Fire and rescue crews had been standing by to meet the Boeing 747, which had 330 passengers and 19 crew members on board.

United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy says the pilots decided to return to Dulles after they -- quote -- "identified an issue with one of the four engines."

McCarthy said she couldn't elaborate on what the pilots observed.
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Old June 4th, 2007, 11:19 AM   #244
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Old June 12th, 2007, 05:51 AM   #245
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China Southern launches new service to Jeddah
11 June 2007

BEIJING (XFN-ASIA) - China Southern Airlines said it has launched a new service to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

The flight originates in Urumqi, the capital of northwest China's Xinjiang region, and goes to Jeddah via Sharjah.

The service is the Guangzhou-based airline's first operation to the Red Sea port, China Southern said in a statement.
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Old June 19th, 2007, 05:24 AM   #246
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Continental, China Southern sign code share pact

NEW YORK, June 18 (Reuters) - Continental Airlines and China Southern Airlines said on Monday they planned to connect passengers to one another's flights as part of a new partnership.

Beginning in November, No. 4 U.S. carrier Continental will put its codes on China Southern flights that connect to its daily service between New York and Beijing, as well as on the Chinese airlines' flights between Guangzhou and Los Angeles.

China Southern, the largest airline in China, will put its codes on flights that connect with its service in Los Angeles.

Code sharing agreements allow airlines the opportunity to sell seats on one another's flights as if they were their own. The agreements expand service without intensive investment.

Beginning in September, the Chinese and American carriers will also honor each other's frequent flyer miles and allow one another's customers access to their airport lounges.

The agreement is a key partnership for Continental, which is seeking to expand its presence in the fast-growing Asian market.
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Old June 25th, 2007, 06:47 AM   #247
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Beijing warns of pigeon threat to flights
22 June 2007

BEIJING (AP) - Beijing's airport is declaring war on pigeons.

Flocks of pigeons are thronging the airport, crashing into planes and threatening public safety, the government's China Daily newspaper said Saturday. Some are carrier pigeons raised as pets, a centuries-old Beijing tradition.

"Pigeons are now one of the greatest threats for airplanes," Huang Jianjun, an airport manager, was quoted as saying. "And the situation can only get riskier when the number of flights increases leading up to the 2008 Olympic Games."

On Monday, an aircraft collided with a flock of nine pigeons but managed to land safely, the newspaper said. It said they were found to be carrier pigeons raised by a farmer living nearby.

"It was sheer luck that the plane was about to land and therefore was flying quite slowly, so it didn't sustain any major damage," Huang said.

The airport has strung nets and tried to scare away pigeons with loudspeakers that broadcast sounds of owls and other predators but has had little success, the China Daily said.

"It is with urgency that local authorities ban pigeon breeding, feeding and flying anywhere near the airport," Huang said.
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Old June 28th, 2007, 07:06 AM   #248
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Air New Zealand signs code-sharing deal with Air China
27 June 2007

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - Air New Zealand Ltd. said Wednesday it will begin a code-sharing program with Air China Ltd. from July 1 in a bid to capture a larger share of the growing Chinese market ahead of the Beijing Olympics.

New Zealand's national carrier said Air China will code-share on Air New Zealand flights between Shanghai and Auckland and on some flights between Australia and New Zealand.

In return, Air New Zealand will code-share on Air China's international services between China and Australia.

"Today's announcement is a sign of our commitment to the China/New Zealand market and positions the airline to take advantage of the Beijing Olympics in 2008," said Ed Sims, general manager of the international operations of the Air New Zealand Group.

Demand for flights to Shanghai is continuing to grow and Air New Zealand will increase its service to the city to five flights a week from three in October, Sims said.
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Old July 12th, 2007, 10:31 AM   #249
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Air China agrees to buy 23 Airbus jets, part of Beijing's earlier agreement for 150 planes
11 July 2007

SHANGHAI, China (AP) - Air China Ltd., one of the country's three major airlines, finalized an agreement to buy 23 Airbus A320 planes, it said Wednesday, part of an earlier commitment last October by the Chinese government to buy 150 of the jets.

The planes, to be delivered to Air China between January 2009 and December 2012, have a list price of $1.41 billion, the majority state-owned airline said in a statement.

Air China said the actual purchase price was lower than the list price. Airbus and U.S. rival Boeing Co. usually sell their planes to airlines at discounts from list prices.

"We expect the transaction to increase operating capacity by 5.88 percent, and to help increase frequency of flights, departing originally from Chengdu," the company said.

China's other two major airlines are China Southern Airlines Co. and China Easter Airlines Corp.

Guangzhou-based China Southern announced late Monday it had agreed to buy 25 B737-800 planes from Boeing and 20 A320 jets from Airbus worth a total list price of as much as $3.7 billion.

Airbus is a unit of European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co.
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Body found inside jet wheel well in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, July 19 (Reuters) - Maintenance workers at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday found a dead man in the wheel well of a United AirlinesBoeing 747 arriving from China, an airline spokeswoman said.

"This was a very unfortunate incident. We are cooperating with authorities," United spokeswoman Megan McCarthy said.

Flight 858 arrived in San Francisco after an 11-hour trip that began in Shanghai.

Airport workers occasionally find the bodies of stowaways in the chamber used to store wheels during flight. They often die from asphyxiation or exposure to sub-freezing temperatures.
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China Southern says to return to profit in 1st half

HONG KONG, July 26 (Reuters) - China Southern Airlines Co Ltd expects to return to profit for the first half of 2007 due to improved business operation, as demand for civil aviation services continue to grow in China.

The Chinese airline said in a statement late on Wednesday that the company expected to record a profit for the first half in accordance with Chinese accounting standards, as it also benefited from the revaluation of the Chinese yuan against dollar and other foreign currencies.

The company recorded a loss of 835 million yuan (US$110.5 million) for the first half of 2006, but it did not make an earnings forecast for the first six months of 2007.
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Shenzhen Airlines eyes $1 bln IPO - paper

HONG KONG, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Shenzhen Airlines, a major privately owned airline in China, aims to raise about US$1 billion in an initial public offering of shares next year, a Hong Kong newspaper reported on Monday.

The South China Morning Post cited people familiar with the company as saying Shenzhen Airlines plans to raise up to US$200 million from the sale of a 20 percent stake before launching the IPO.

A fund run by Deutsche Bank and hedge funds, including Marathon and Och-Ziff, were among parties interested in the sale, the paper said, citing sources.

It gave no further listing details.

Another privately owned mainland carrier, Juneyao Airlines, plans to raise US$150 million by selling an up to 25 percent stake to overseas strategic investors, the paper said. Juneyao hired Citigroup as financial adviser for the share sale, it added. (US$1=HK$7.8)
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China's Hainan Airlines plans direct Beijing-Seattle flights

SHANGHAI, Aug 13, 2007 (AFP) - China's Hainan Airlines hopes to operate direct flights between Beijing and Seattle starting next June, state media reported, citing sources with the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

The move followed an agreement reached at the latest round of the "strategic economic dialogue" between China and the US in May on more than doubling the number of passenger flights between the two countries by 2012, the Xinhua news agency said Sunday.

If approved, the airliner, based in the resort island of Hainan in southern China, would become the fourth Chinese carrier with flights between China and the US after larger rivals Air China, China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines, Xinhua said.
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Air China's July Passengers Up 6.3% On Year To 3.2 Mln
14 August 2007

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)-- Air China Ltd. (0753.HK), mainland China's flag carrier, said Tuesday it carried 3.2 million passengers in July, 6.3% more than in the same month last year.

The Beijing-based carrier posted a 6.3% rise in passenger traffic on its domestic routes and an 8.0% increase on its international routes. But passenger traffic on its flights between mainland China and Hong Kong and Macau fell 2.4%.

Its cargo tonnage in July rose 7.8% to 75,723.5 metric tons, the airline said. Year-earlier figures weren't provided.

During the first seven months of the year, Air China carried 19.89 million passengers, up 13.2% from 17.57 million in the year-earlier period. Cargo traffic during January-July rose 16.7% to 530,034.2 tons from 454,079.6 tons a year earlier.

In July, the airline's passenger load factor, or the percentage of seats filled on each flight, rose 0.6 percentage point from July last year to 81.5%.

Air China's load factor rose in July as growth in passenger revenue outpaced an increase in passenger capacity.

During the month, the airline's passenger capacity as measured by available seat kilometers rose 4.7% from a year earlier to 7.51 billion ASKs. Passenger revenue as measured by revenue passenger kilometers rose 5.5% to 6.12 billion RPKs.
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China Stops Taking Applications For New Airlines Until 2010
15 August 2007

BEIJING (Dow Jones)--China's aviation regulator has stopped accepting applications to set up new airlines until 2010, as it tries to ease manpower and airspace shortages resulting from the industry's rapid growth.

Starting Wednesday, China also cut the number of flights in and out of Beijing Capital International Airport by 48 a day, the General Administration of Civil Aviation said Wednesday in a statement posted on its Web site.

'Safety pressures in the whole sector are unprecedented,' the regulator said in July, when introducing the measures in a notice. It cited preparations for next year's Olympics, including testing new air routes, as aggravating safety concerns.

Mainland Chinese airlines carried 45.81 million passengers in the second quarter this year, up 17.5% from the same period a year earlier, according to the aviation regulator.
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Who's idea was it to restrict the number of flights? Seems like a very stupid idea to me. The Chinese government should do what they can to keep up with the growth.
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Who's idea was it to restrict the number of flights? Seems like a very stupid idea to me. The Chinese government should do what they can to keep up with the growth.
If the airspace is so crowded that it is not safe to put more traffic in the skies, then I fully support restricting flights. Safety should not be compromised due to growth.
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If the airspace is so crowded that it is not safe to put more traffic in the skies, then I fully support restricting flights. Safety should not be compromised due to growth.
I was playing Flight Simulator 2004 recently and noticed that China doesn't seem to have many airports for it's size and population. I noticed there are only 4 airports in the Pearl River Delta (HKG, SZX, CAN and ZUH) but the area around New York City has about 10+ airports (JFK, LGA, ISP, EWR, Linden Airport, Teterburo Airport, Essex County Airport, Suffolk County Airport - West Hampton....and a few more). Does China need to build more airports?
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I was playing Flight Simulator 2004 recently and noticed that China doesn't seem to have many airports for it's size and population. I noticed there are only 4 airports in the Pearl River Delta (HKG, SZX, CAN and ZUH) but the area around New York City has about 10+ airports (JFK, LGA, ISP, EWR, Linden Airport, Teterburo Airport, Essex County Airport, Suffolk County Airport - West Hampton....and a few more). Does China need to build more airports?

Around Pearl River Delta theres is actually 5. Macau,HKG,Shenzhen,Zhuhai and Guangzhou. The airports of Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen are considered huge. I believe New York has only 4 "major" airports JFK, LaGuardia,Newark Liberty and Teterboro.

China so far does not need to built airports, since there are other modes of transportation like railways which in this case the Chinese railroads carry much more passengers than those of USA. Shenzhen Airport is currently expanding so is the Macau and Guangzhou one.
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