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Old February 29th, 2012, 05:27 PM   #1181
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Just a question. Does China Southern Airlines offer AVOD on their Airbus A319 aircraft? Especially on their Manila-Guangzhou vice versa flight? My dad is going to attend a conference in Guangzhou in April. He wants to take China Southern because it is the only non low cost airline that has a direct flight to Guangzhou from Manila.
PTVs are installed only on CZ's new A330s and 777-200ERs, and only their new A330s (which fly to AMS and CDG, as well as Australia and New Zealand) have AVOD.
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Chinese airline company to buy 10 Boeing 777s: Boeing

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) -- Boeing announced Tuesday that China Southern Airlines has agreed to buy 10 long-haul 777 aircraft, a deal that still requires Chinese government approval.

"We're very pleased that China Southern, which has been a staunch 777 supporter from the very beginning of the program, has once again selected the 777-300ER to serve its passengers and to deliver value to its bottom line," Ihssane Mounir, vice president of sales at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said in a statement.

Bringing twin-engine efficiency and reliability to the long-range market, the 777-300ER extends the Boeing 777 family's span of capabilities and can carry 365 passengers, according to Boeing.

Information posted on Boeing website shows that the list price for a 777-300ER is about 298 million U.S. dollars.
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Regular direct Chengdu-Bombay flight in May

CHENGDU, March 1 (Xinhua) -- China's flag carrier Air China will launch a direct route between southwest China's Chengdu and India's Bombay on May 2, the southwestern branch of the airline said Thursday.

The new flight service will be the first direct flight from the Chinese mainland to Bombay, the largest harbor in India, said a spokesman for the the branch.

The Chengdu-Bombay route's four flights every week will be serviced by Airbus A319 aircraft each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

The flight (CA429) will depart from Chengdu at 9:30 p.m. Beijing time and arrive in Bombay at 0:20 a.m. local time.

And the Bombay-Chengdu route will be conducted each Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Monday, with the flight (CA430) departing Bombay at 1:40 a.m. local time and arriving at Chengdu at 8:50 a.m Beijing time.

The new route will be Air China's second flight service from Chengdu to India after it started operating the Chengdu-Bangalore route in 2009.

Statistics show that, over 50 percent of those on board the Chengdu-Bangalore flight are transit passengers, on the journey between southern India and major Chinese cities such as Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai.
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Last week, a friend sent me a pix of Chengdu Airlines A319 parked at Montpellier (France). Any infos ?

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Airlines to blame for delays, regulator says
Shanghai Daily
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OVERLY tight flight schedules arranged by Chinese airlines are to be blamed for many delays of domestic flights, long the bane of passengers, the top official of the country's civil aviation regulator said yesterday.

The airlines are mainly responsible for 40 percent of flight delays - not the air-traffic control or weather that have been used as common excuses by the airlines, said Li Jiaxiang, director of the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

"The actual cause of the delays is the airlines arranging flights so tightly that it makes the maintenance and cleaning work unable to be finished before taking off," Li said.

The regulator will take measures this year to increase the punctuality rate by two percentage points to 78.5 percent for domestic flights, he said. Last year, the rate for domestic airlines improved by 1.9 percentage points. In 2009, the on-schedule rate was 81.9 percent, according to the administration.

Li said that if carriers have consistent delays over certain routes, the regulator will stop them from flying those routes. The administration defines a flight delay as the plane failing to take off within 30 minutes of the hatch closing.

The regulator will also begin requiring staff from air-traffic control, the airlines and airports to be on duty together in control towers of all airports across the country to properly arrange the flights, according to Li.

Shanghai ranks second on a list of Chinese cities with the most frequent flight delays, better only than Guangzhou in southern China's Guangdong Province, according to a survey released recently by an online flight ticket-trading platform.

Li cited China's relative dearth of airports as another reason for frequent delays. The country has a total of 180 airports, compared with 17,000 in the United States and 700 in Brazil, according to Li. The central government will invest about 20 billion yuan per year to build 72 new airports and expand 101 others by 2015 to meet the increasing demand, Li said.
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Last week, a friend sent me a pix of Chengdu Airlines A319 parked at Montpellier (France). Any infos ?

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They returned one A319 to the lessor Gecas early last month. I assume that was the plane that your friend saw in France, either on the way back to Gecas in Ireland or temporary leased out to another airline.
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Old March 7th, 2012, 03:45 AM   #1190
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China Eastern Sees ‘Big’ Drop in 2012 Air-Travel Demand Growth on Economy
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China Eastern Airlines Corp. (670), the nation’s second-biggest carrier, expects a “big” drop in travel-demand growth this year because of an economic slowdown and the European debt crisis.

Demand for international passenger and cargo flights is “clearly falling,” predominately because European consumers are cutting spending, Liu Shaoyong, the carrier’s chairman, told reporters in Beijing yesterday, where he was attending the National People’s Congress. There will also be a “big difference” in full-year travel growth in 2012 from the previous year, he said.

The slowdown in overseas travel has prompted China Eastern to abandon an international expansion drive to instead focus on challenging China Southern Airlines Co. and Air China Ltd. (601111) on domestic routes. The Shanghai-based carrier is creating more competition even as China’s economy cools, threatening to damp growth in these markets as well.

“We are also seeing China’s economic growth under pressure,” Liu said. Traffic demand in the second half will probably be better than first half, he said.

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China Eastern last year dropped an order for Boeing Co. (BA) 787 Dreamliners in favor of 45 smaller 737s because of delivery delays and slowing demand for long-haul international travel.

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Boeing Expects About 200 Orders From China for 737 MAX Airplane This Year
By Bloomberg News - Mar 8, 2012 12:52 PM GMT+0800

Boeing Co. (BA) expects to win about 200 orders for the 737 MAX in China in 2012, even as the Asian nation works on developing a competing jet that’s due to enter service a year earlier.

“We’re out talking to every single airline in China about the 737 MAX,” Jim Albaugh, Boeing’s commercial-aircraft chief, said in a Bloomberg Television interview yesterday in Beijing. Orders may total “a couple of hundred” 737 MAXs in China this year and “quite a number” of 747-8s, he said.

Boeing and Airbus SAS are both hunting for the first sales of their in-development narrow-body jets in China, the world’s fastest-growing aviation market, while the planned C919 from state-backed Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China has amassed about 225 orders and commitments there. The three planemakers may eventually have about equal market shares, Albaugh said.

“Comac is going to sell into their domestic market and they’ll probably also sell some of their planes around the world,” he said. “In the years to come, they’re going to be a tough competitor.”

The C919 and 737 MAX compete in the single-aisle segment that dominates global airline fleets. The market will probably account for 71 percent of the 5,000 new planes that Chinese carriers will order through 2030, according to forecasts from Chicago-based Boeing.

Comac’s plane is due to enter service in 2016, while Airbus targets a late-2015 debut for the A320neo, the newest variant in the Toulouse, France-based planemaker’s narrow-body family. The C919’s only overseas buyer is General Electric Co. (GE)’s leasing arm, which has signed up for as many as 10. GE is also supplying the engines and forming an avionics venture with Comac’s parent.

Boeing rose 1.3 percent to $73.52 in New York trading yesterday. It’s little changed this year, compared with a 7.6 percent gain for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index.

Wide-Body Orders

In the wide-body segment, Boeing anticipates “several dozen” 777 orders in China this year, and deals for both 747-8 passenger and freighter jumbo jets, Albaugh said, without elaboration. Hainan Airlines Co., backed by the government of Hainan province, may swap 787 orders for 747-8s, Chen Feng, the chairman of its parent, said last week.

Boeing will deliver the first 747-8 to be used for commercial passenger flights to Deutsche Lufthansa AG (LHA) this month, Albaugh said. It has already handed over 747-8s for use as freighters and private aircraft.

The planemaker has won orders for 106 747-8s, an updated and more fuel-efficient version of the humpbacked 747-400, according to its website. Global demand for such sized aircraft may total as many as 1,000 over 20 years, Albaugh said.

787 Delivery

Boeing expects to deliver its first 787 Dreamliner in China this year to China Southern Airlines Co. (1055), the nation’s biggest carrier by passengers. The handover will probably take place “later this summer,” Albaugh said. Boeing has 59 orders for 787s from Chinese airlines, according to its website.

China Eastern Airlines Corp., the country’s second-biggest carrier by passengers, swapped 24 orders for 787s last year in favor of smaller 737s because of delivery delays and a slowdown in demand for long-haul international travel. Boeing doesn’t expect many other Dreamliner cancellations, Albaugh said.

“We see very few people right now that are talking about getting out of that airplane,” he said. “If they are, it’s because of financial issues. It has nothing to do with the performance.”
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China's civil aviation enterprises oppose EU carbon tax

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) -- A lawmaker said Saturday that China's civil aviation enterprises sternly oppose the European Union's inclusion of China's aviation industry into its carbon emission trading scheme, which is not in line with international regulations.

The EU's unilateral move to tax airlines for their carbon emissions runs against the principles of fairness maintained by international civil aviation organizations, said Ren Jidong, deputy general manager of China Southern Airlines Co., Ltd.

Ren, a deputy to the National People's Congress, the country's top legislature, said the EU's decision could cost China's aviation enterprises billions of yuan.

Meanwhile, the EU's decision has triggered widespread opposition from many governments. A total of 29 countries signed a joint declaration in Moscow on Feb. 22 to oppose the carbon tax plan.

Under the tax scheme, it is estimated that around 4,000 airlines will pay the European Union for pollution permits.

Despite the EU's move, Ren said cooperation between his company and other European aviation enterprises will not be affected.

He said many aviation companies are actively negotiating with the European Union over the issue.

"There might be a turning point, and the possibility that the EU might give up its decision can not be ruled out," Ren said.
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China's Hainan Airlines to increase Beijing-Brussels, Beijing-Berlin flights

BEIJING, March 12 (Xinhua) -- China's Hainan Airlines will increase its Beijing-Brussels and Beijing-Berlin international flights to serve diversified flight demands, the airline announced Monday.

From March 25, the Beijing-Brussels flights, serviced by Airbus A330-200 aircraft, will increase from four to five weekly flights, operating every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, an airline spokesman said.

From July 1 to Oct. 28, the flight will operate seven days a week.

The flight, HU491, will depart from Beijing at 1:20 p.m. Beijing Time and arrive in Brussels at 5:50 a.m. local time.

Meanwhile, the Brussels-Beijing route, HU492, will depart Brussels at 1:40 p.m. local time and arrive in Beijing at 5:30 a.m. Beijing Time.

From March 25, the Beijing-Berlin flights, also serviced by Airbus A330-200 aircraft, will increase from three to four weekly flights, operating every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

From July 1 to Oct. 28, the flight will be operate five times each week -- Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The flight, HU489, will depart from Beijing at 1:40 p.m. Beijing Time and arrive in Berlin at 5:30 p.m. local time.

Meanwhile, the Berlin-Beijing route, HU490, will depart Berlin at 7:30 p.m. local time and arrive in Beijing at 10:20 a.m. Beijing Time.

China's Hainan Airlines was among the world's top five safest airlines in 2011, boasting no deaths or losses of aircraft in its 19 years of service, Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre (JACDEC), an aviation accident investigation agency based in Germany, said in a recent annual report.

Founded in 1933, Hainan Airlines began its first international route in 2001 and soon extended service to major cities in Europe, Africa, Asia and North America, offering some 400 routes.
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Airbus orders will depend on commercial needs: China Eastern Airlines

BEIJING, March 12 (Xinhua) -- Luo Yueping, board secretary of China Eastern Airlines, recently said the company's commercial needs will determine whether it will continue to purchase Airbus jets.

"That depends. The decisions are business-oriented," Luo said in an interview with China National Radio.

When asked whether the corporation will freeze or cancel its current orders for Airbus jets following media reports that China has blocked purchases of Airbus jets in response to a controversial European carbon tax, Luo took a vague tone.

"We did not say that we will break the contract, nor did we say we will not carry out the orders," he said.

His remarks came after the head of Airbus's parent company EADS said earlier that China had blocked purchases of Airbus planes worth 12 billion U.S. dollars in retaliation against the European carbon tax, which imposes charges on carbon emissions from international flights into and out of Europe.

The unilateral move triggered immediate criticism from several countries, including Russia and China.

China's air regulator announced on Feb. 6 that it has banned its airlines from complying with the tax scheme.

Liu Shaoyong, chairman of China Eastern Airlines, said the Chinese government asked the company to refrain from making contact with European officials who are involved in the taxation plan.

The move underscores growing tensions surrounding the tax scheme, which many fear will prompt a "trade war" if other countries come up with retaliative policies.
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China Southern Airlines increases Dalian-Vancouver flights

DALIAN, March 15 (Xinhua) -- The number of weekly China Southern Airlines flights between the northeastern Chinese city of Dalian and Vancouver is to increase to meet growing demand, the company announced Thursday.

From June 23, there will be five Dalian-Guangzhou-Vancouver flights per week, up from the current three, operating every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, a spokesman with the company's Dalian branch said.

When passengers arrive at the airport in Vancouver, they can transfer to other Canadian cities, including Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa and Edmonton, by flights operated by Canada's WestJet Airlines, the spokesman said.

China Southern Airlines and WestJet Airlines, the second-largest carrier in Canada, have reached an agreement to help passengers reach Canadian cities more easily, he added.
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China Southern Airlines to open Guangzhou-London direct route

WUHAN, March 17 (Xinhua) -- China Southern Airlines will open a direct air route linking the southern China metropolis of Guangzhou and London on June 6, the company announced Saturday.

This will be the first direct air route linking the two destinations.

The company said that there will three two-way flights a week on the line.

Besides the new route, the airlines will also increase the flights from Guangzhou to Vancouver to five times a week.
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