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Old March 20th, 2013, 05:30 PM   #1461
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Old March 23rd, 2013, 05:55 PM   #1462
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In-flight dealerships? Chinese airline to start selling cars in the sky
Flight attendants working with Spring Air will soon have another line to add to their resumes: auto dealer
By CNN Travel staff
12 March, 2013

Shanghai-based Spring Airlines was founded in 2005. Today it flies to more than two dozen cities in mainland China, plus Hong Kong, Macao, Bangkok, Tokyo and Siem Reap.

Who doesn't love in-flight shopping? Indulge in a nice tube of lipstick. Maybe a bottle of whiskey. Or a new car.

No, we haven't been swilling too many duty-free spirits.

According to a report in Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, low-cost Chinese carrier Spring Airlines will soon be adding a selection of automobiles to its in-flight shopping catalogue.

"We have been in talks with a wide range of mainland car makers for a long period of time," Spring Air spokesman Zhang Wuan told the SCMP.

From April, the airline will allow passengers to use their credit cards to make payments on the automobile of their choice.

But selling cars in the sky isn't without road bumps.

The toughest problem being encountered by Spring is how to train its 500-plus cabin crew on the different models so that they can promote and sell the cars in a professional manner, reports the SCMP.

It will also be interesting to see how many passengers will take the bait, given buyers won't be able to kick any tires or take their potential new ride for a spin.

The first batch of car models would be priced at 100,000 yuan (US$16,000), reports SCMP, which is considered to match the level Spring's passengers can afford.

No word on how the vehicles will be delivered to buyers, what brands are on offer and whether the flight attendants will get a commission like their car dealing counterparts back on the ground.
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Now that is some serious Duty Free marketing that has not yet been conquered before. I wonder what models would be sold on board, as well as the potential clientele for such products. Looks like shopping at 35,000 feet is becoming more and more sophisticated nowadays... what's next? Buying a home while flying over the Pacific Ocean?
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Now that is some serious Duty Free marketing that has not yet been conquered before. I wonder what models would be sold on board, as well as the potential clientele for such products. Looks like shopping at 35,000 feet is becoming more and more sophisticated nowadays... what's next? Buying a home while flying over the Pacific Ocean?
It's actually quite odd given Spring Airlines is a low-cost carrier flying short routes.
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Air China, China Southern Profits Decline on Currency, Fuel
Mar 27, 2013 10:45 AM GMT+0800

China’s three biggest airlines reported a second straight decline in annual profits as they struggled with currency fluctuations and fuel costs amid a slower economic growth.

Air China Ltd. (753), Asia’s biggest carrier by market value, said yesterday that net income in 2012 fell 35 percent because of higher expenses and a smaller gain from its stake in Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (293) China Eastern Airlines Corp. (670) and China Southern Airlines Co. (1055) also reported lower profits.

The uncertain global economic outlook and higher fuel costs led to greater operational difficulties for the industry last year, Air China said. The carriers said they expect domestic demand to rebound in 2013 as China’s growth may accelerate under the new leadership after the weakest expansion in 13 years.

“China’s big three carriers were all affected by currency last year,” Zhou Meng, a Shanghai-based analyst at Shenyin & Wanguo Securities Co., said. “But they are fortunate to count on the domestic market.”

All the three airlines said their foreign exchange gains slumped more than 90 percent in 2012 because of the yuan’s slower appreciation against the dollar compared with a year earlier. Chinese carriers benefit from a stronger local currency as it pares the repatriated value of dollar-denominated debts used to buy planes and fuel overseas.

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Australia's Qantas expands codeshare agreement with China Eastern Airlines

SYDNEY, April 3 (Xinhua) -- Australia's airline Qantas on Wednesday announced an expansion of its codeshare agreement with China Eastern Airlines, claiming it will give passengers greater access to China's major cities.

Qantas will codeshare on China Eastern's daily Melbourne- Shanghai services as well as its Sydney-Nanjing-Beijing services from May, the Australian carrier said.

Qantas will also begin codesharing on China Eastern's domestic Shanghai-Nanjing flights.

Passengers can choose 17 direct Qantas or China Eastern services between Australia and mainland China each week, with onward connections via Shanghai to 11 domestic destinations.

Qantas says it also has codeshare services on China Eastern flights between Singapore and Shanghai, with connections to Qantas flights operating from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

There are no changes to Qantas' existing daily Sydney-Shanghai service, the Australian airline said.

Qantas International, Manager China, Andrew Hogg said the additional codeshare services were part of the company's broader strategy to strengthen its presence in Asia.

"We said we would expand Qantas's Asian network through our airline partnerships and were now delivering on that promise," Hogg said.

"The new codeshare arrangements provide Qantas customers with a daily, non-stop connection from Melbourne to the global business hub of Shanghai, alongside Qantas' established Sydney-Shanghai flights."
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China Southern visa scheme bringing visitors to New Zealand: immigration chief

WELLINGTON, April 9 (Xinhua) -- An agreement to enable it easier for big spending Chinese tourists to visit New Zealand will bring more Chinese visitors for longer periods, the head of New Zealand's immigration service said Tuesday.

The scheme allows China Southern Airlines (CSA) Gold and Silver frequent flyer card holders to apply for a visa without evidence of sufficient funds to support themselves, as long as they can show their flight records over the previous two years.

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) head Nigel Bickle on Tuesday renewed the agreement, which first came into effect in November last year, with CSA in Guangzhou.

"China has now overtaken the UK as the second largest source of overseas visitors to New Zealand with more than 190,000 arrivals a year," Bickle said in a statement from his office.

"The bulk of the increase in numbers is a direct result of China Southern Airlines starting direct flights to Auckland two years ago and the new agreement is designed to boost numbers even more."

Almost 100 travelers have used the scheme since it came into effect and no compliance issues had emerged, he said.

"INZ is endeavouring to process applications under this scheme within five working days and there's no doubt that the scheme is operating smoothly," he said.

"I'm confident that the scheme will result in more Chinese visitors coming to New Zealand and staying for longer."
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China Southern opens Zhangjiajie-Taiwan direct route

TAIPEI, April 16 (Xinhua) -- China Southern Airlines has opened a direct air route linking the mainland's Zhangjiajie and Taiwan's Taipei, according to a meeting held here to celebrate the opening of the direct flight on Tuesday.

Starting from April 15, on Monday, Tuesday and Friday each week, the three-hour flight will take off from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport at 11:35 a.m. and arrive at Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport.

The return flight will depart from Zhangjiajie at 3:50 p.m.

At the meeting, Vice Chairman of the Kuomintang (KMT) Party Lin Feng-cheng said the direct route has shortened the "distance" between Taiwan and Zhangjiajie and is conducive to attracting more tourists to Zhangjiajie.

Lin Chung-seng, president of the Taiwan-based Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), said the direct route will provide greater conveniences for both sides in many fields, including tourism, finance and investment.

In June, Taiwan's Trans-Asia Airways will open direct routes linking Taipei and Zhangjiajie, with flights each Monday, Thursday and Sunday, according to the meeting.

Zhangjiajie, located in central Hunan province, is classified by UNESCO as a World Geopark and a World Heritage Site. In 2012, it received more than 35 million tourists from home and abroad, including 150,000 people from Taiwan.

A total of 28 Taiwanese-funded enterprises have invested about 200 million U.S. dollars in Zhangjiajie and developed their businesses there.
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China signs deal to buy 60 Airbus jetliners
Thu, Apr 25, 2013

BEIJING (AP) — China has signed an agreement to purchase 60 Airbus jetliners during a visit to Beijing by French President Francois Hollande.

Airbus said that Thursday's agreement covers the purchase of 42 A320s and 18 A330s. The announcement gave no details of price or when the aircraft would be delivered.

Toulouse, France-based Airbus and its American rival Boeing Co. expect China to grow to rival the United States as their biggest market over the coming two decades.

China's purchases of foreign aircraft are dictated by the government, which makes those big-ticket items political leverage. Purchases often are announced in connection with high-level official contacts.

France reported a $34 billion trade deficit with China last year and accounts for less than 2 percent of Chinese foreign trade.
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Some more A320-200 images from various Chinese carriers I've seen lately:

China Southern Airlines (reg. B-6653)

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China West Air (reg. B-6790)

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Shenzhen Airlines (reg. B-6721)

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Shenzhen Airlines, "Star Alliance Signature" (reg. B-6296)

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Sichuan Airlines (reg. B-6321). Can anyone translate what the advertisement on this aircraft is all about, please?

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Passenger held for calls during flight
Shanghai Daily
Apr 25, 2013

A CHINA Eastern Airlines passenger was arrested yesterday for making a call from his mobile phone when the aircraft was descending and forcing the aircraft to ascend again.

The pilots of flight MU2641 from Changsha in the central Hunan Province to Wenzhou in the east Zhejiang found the navigation of the EMB-145 aircraft interrupted by mobile phone signals when they were about to land at the Wenzhou Airport, the Shanghai-based airlines said yesterday.

Crew members found a passenger making phone calls.

The flight attendants then asked the passenger to switch off the phone as the aircraft prepared to land on the No. 21 runway at the airport, a pilot wrote on his microblog.

China Eastern said the passenger has been handed over to police.

The incident has sparked a heated online discussion with some people questioning why mobile phones should have a flight mode built in it if it cannot be used during a flight.

China's civil aviation authorities said although many mobile phones have the flight mode, they have to be switched off under regulations during a flight to avoid signal interference.

Zhou Jisheng, a local civil aviation expert, said the regulations ban the use of all mobile phones, irrespective of the modes. He said crew members cannot punish violators but they can turn them over to police.

Authorities said although the flight mode theoretically reduces signal interference in the cockpit, they have not been tested for its effectiveness on various phone models. The best way out, therefore, is to ban the use of phones to prevent accidents.

In August 2011, a woman passenger from central China's Hubei Province was fined 1,500 yuan (US$243) for refusing to turn off her mobile phone on a flight and watching videos on her handset.

After landing, the passenger was handed over to police by the flight crew.
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Enroute PVG-SIN onboard MU565. Operating on behalf of China Eastern.
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Sichuan Airlines (reg. B-6321). Can anyone translate what the advertisement on this aircraft is all about, please?

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The small print should be about thanking Taiwanese for disaster relief (can't make out what the bottom row says). The big print is a tourism slogan.
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Air China Plans to Add 100 Airbus Planes on Travel Demand
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May 8, 2013 11:38 AM GMT+0800

Air China Ltd. (1055), Asia’s biggest carrier by market value, plans to add 100 Airbus SAS planes to help meet rising travel demand.

The board approved the expansion for the company and its units, Air China said in a statement yesterday. The Beijing- based airline didn’t specify a timeframe or the type of aircraft it’s buying.

Carriers in China will need 5,260 new planes worth $670 billion through 2031, Boeing Co. forecast in September. China has become the world’s biggest source of tourists, overtaking Germany and the U.S., after its citizens increased the number of outbound trips by 18 percent last year, according to the Beijing-based China Tourism Academy in April.

“We see the order as positive,” Credit Suisse AG analysts led by Davin Wu wrote in a note to clients today. “We believe that the orders are mainly narrow-body A320 aircraft for short-haul routes.”

Air China rose rose as much as 3 percent in Hong Kong trading and was up 0.5 percent to HK$6.73 as of 10:24 a.m. in the city. Its shares traded in Shanghai gained 1.5 percent to 5.51 yuan.

Air China also said yesterday that its board approved the early disposal of six A340 planes, a four-engine wide-body jet that Airbus stopped manufacturing following slack demand. The carrier, which had a fleet of 301 aircraft at the end of December, is due to receive 113 planes in the three years through 2015, it said in March.
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