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Old July 3rd, 2016, 05:00 AM   #1
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Old July 3rd, 2016, 05:01 AM   #2
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QANTAS starting 01JUL16 is expanding codeshare routes with Jetstar and Jetstar Asia, including Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar, as well as service between Australia and Denpasar. Planned new codeshare routes as follow.

QANTAS operated by Jetstar
Townsville – Denpasar

QANTAS operated by Jetstar Asia
Singapore – Da Nang
Singapore – Phnom Penh
Singapore – Siem Reap
Singapore – Yangon

http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/...irlineroute%29

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Cambodia Angkor Air between July and October 2016 is adding 3 new scheduled charter service to China, including service to Chengdu and Nanning. Planned operation as follow.

Phnom Penh – Chengdu 15JUL16 – 29OCT16 1 weekly
K6942 PNH2115 – 0115+1CTU 321 5
K6943 CTU0215 – 0425PNH 321 5

Siem Reap – Chengdu 10JUL16 – 31JUL16 2 weekly
K6988 REP2115 – 0115+1CTU 321 37
K6989 CTU0215 – 0425REP 321 14

Siem Reap – Nanning 08AUG16 – 29OCT16 2 weekly
K6945 REP1545 – 1850NNG 321 2
K6945 REP1740 – 2045NNG 321 6

K6946 NNG1950 – 2055REP 321 2
K6946 NNG2145 – 2255REP 321 6

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Old July 3rd, 2016, 05:02 AM   #4
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Cambodia Angkor Air from 01JUL16 is adjusting service to Korea, as the airline suspends Phnom Penh – Seoul Incheon route. The week of 20JUN16’s schedule shows the airline operates 3 weekly flights with Airbus A321 aircraft.

K6924 PNH0025 – 0735ICN 321 17
K6924 PNH0050 – 0800ICN 321 3

K6925 ICN1135 – 1505PNH 321 137

The airline will operate a number of flights to Seoul from 26JUL16 to 15AUG16, operating as either Phnom Penh – Seoul Incheon or Siem Reap – Seoul Incheon.

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Russian cargo airline to add Cambodia flight




Wed, 6 July 2016

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Russia's largest cargo airline, AirBridge Cargo Airlines, will launch a weekly flight to Cambodia this month as part of its expansion of services in Southeast Asia, according to international media reports.

The freight carrier will use a Boeing 747 to transport cargo from Moscow to Phnom Penh via Singapore and vice versa once a week.

The service aims at widening trade lanes for Cambodian textile and garment exports to reach Europe and the US, company officials said.

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Old July 7th, 2016, 04:27 PM   #6
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K Mile Air launches air freight service


Tue, 5 July 2016

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Thai airline K Mile Air launched cargo flights between Bangkok and Phnom Penh yesterday, adding to Cambodia’s growing network of air freight connections, an aviation official said.

The Bangkok-based cargo airline will use a Boeing 747-400 with a cargo capacity of 15 tonnes to fly between the two capitals five days a week, according to Sinn Chanserey Vutha, deputy director-general of the State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA). The charter flights could eventually lead to scheduled service.

He said Cambodia has attracted nearly half a dozen air cargo carriers to date, including regular scheduled service by Cathay Pacific and Turkish Airlines. Emirates SkyCargo, a division of UAE-based Emirates Airline, inaugurated charter freight service to Phnom Penh in April and plans to switch to scheduled flights later this year.

“Most charter air cargo services plan to change to scheduled service because production capacity in local factories keeps rising along with demand,” Vutha said.

He attributed the surge in cargo traffic to Cambodia’s continually improving economy and political situation that has given investors and airlines more confidence in the market.

Data from Cambodia Airports, which operates the Kingdom’s three international airports, showed total cargo volume at the capital’s airport grew to 16,848 tonnes during the first five months of the year, a 14.6 per cent increase over the same period last year.

According to a spokesman for Cambodia Airports, K Mile Air will serve to deliver shipments for global logistics company DHL.


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Old July 12th, 2016, 11:39 AM   #7
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http://www.khmertimeskh.com/news/269...nang-air-link/

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Da Nang becomes Cambodia Angkor Air’s seventh destination outside Cambodia. Wiki Commons

Tourists will now be able to fly from Siem Reap to the Vietnamese coastal resort of Da Nang after Cambodia Angkor Air, the Kingdom’s flagship carrier, officially launched this new route on July 1.


“On July 1, Cambodia Angkor Air provided a new option, with competitive prices, for tourists and also businesspeople travelling between Siem Reap and Da Nang,” said the Cambodia Angkor Air media statement released yesterday.


According to the media statement, passengers on the Siem Reap – Da Nang route will also be able to board connecting flights to other destinations in Vietnam due to a code-sharing agreement between Cambodia Angkor Air and Vietnam Airlines.


“Cambodia Angkor Air strongly believes that the new service will attract more tourists from Da Nang to visit Siem Reap’s Angkor Wat, a World Heritage site, and vice versa,” added the media release.


The airline operates three flights a week between Siem Reap and Da Nang with a 68-seater ATR72-500 flying every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Cambodia Angkor Air also said there was a possibility, in the near future, that it could increase the number of flights and offer a daily Siem Reap – Danang service.


Da Nang becomes the airline’s seventh destination outside Cambodia after Bangkok, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City and Shanghai Pudong. Da Nang is the third largest city in Vietnam and is located in between the North and South of the country. It’s close to the World Heritage sites of Hoi An and Hue.


Lav Heng, president VLK Royal Tourism, welcomed Cambodia Angkor Air’s new route and said it would give visitors to Angkor Wat more choices.


“They could hop on a plane, after visiting the temple, and have another experience in Vietnam’s coastal area of Da Nang,” he said.


“The Siem Reap- Da Nang route will also bring more tourists to Siem Reap from Vietnam,” added Mr. Heng.


Cambodia Angkor Air is a joint venture between the Cambodian government, which holds 51 percent shares, and Vietnam Airlines, with a 49 percent shareholding. The national carrier has seven planes in its fleet comprising three ATR72-500s and four Airbus 321s. It operates two main domestic, 10 international and two charter routes.


In 2015, Cambodia Angkor Air transported approximately 864,000 passengers. Following the growth of passenger demand, the airline said it will add more planes to its fleet and expects to receive 12 aircrafts by 2020 including four more ATR72-500s and eight Airbuses.


“The expansion of our fleet will give us more flexibility to develop more routes in the future, including some new destinations in Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan,” the airlines added.


According to data from the Ministry of Tourism, Cambodia welcomed some 1.342 million foreign tourists in the first quarter of the year, a slight increase of 2.6 per cent from 1.307 million in the same period last year.
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China Eastern in recent days launched 2 new routes to South East Asia, including service from Chengdu,the host city of World Routes 2016. Planned operation as follow.

eff 08JUL16 Wuxi – Da Nang 2 weekly until 27AUG16, scheduled charter
MU7819 WUX2200 – 0100+1DAD 320 15
MU7820 DAD0200 – 0625WUX 320 26

eff 12JUL16 Chengdu – Siem Reap 4 weekly
MU2695 CTU1000 – 1230REP 319 x357
MU2696 REP1330 – 1815CTU 319 x357
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Hainan To Launch Direct Flight to Cambodia This Month

AKP Phnom Penh, July 13, 2016 –

On July 19, 2016, there will be a direct flight from Haikou city of China’s Hainan province to Phnom Penh capital and Siem Reap cultural province of Cambodia to boost trade, investment and tourism between Hainan and Cambodia.

The information was revealed by visiting Secretary of the Hainan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China H.E. Luo Baoming while paying a courtesy call on Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen at the Peace Palace, Phnom Penh this afternoon, H.E. Eang Sophalleth, Assistant to the Cambodian premier told reporters.

The direct flight will begin next Tuesday, with one flight a week from Haikou to Phnom Penh, and two flights per week from Haikou to Siem Reap, he pointed out.

At the same time, H.E. Luo Baoming also informed Samdech Techo Hun Sen of his visit, the purpose of which is to tighten and expand the cooperation between Hainan and Cambodia, especially between Hainan and Kampong Cham province. In addition, he sought the Cambodian premier’s permission to bring a group of eye specialists to treat Cambodian people and recalled Hainan’s assistance in training 400 Cambodian monks.

In reply, Samdech Techo Hun Sen expressed his profound thanks to the Chinese government and people, particularly Hainan province, for their support to Cambodia, and welcomed the forthcoming direct flight between Haikou and Phnom Penh and Siem Reap as well as H.E. Luo Baoming’s intention to bring Chinese eye specialists to Cambodia.

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Spring Airlines later this month launches new South East Asia routes from Shenzhen, including flights to Cambodia and Malaysia. Planned schedule as follow.

eff 26SEP16 Shenzhen – Siem Reap 4 weekly
9C8997 SZX1850 – 2145REP 320 5
9C8997 SZX1850 – 2150REP 320 1
9C8997 SZX1850 – 2200REP 320 36

9C8998 REP2250 – 0145+1SZX 320 15
9C8998 REP2300 – 0145+1SZX 320 36
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Fri, 23 September 2016
Kali Kotoski and Hor Kimsay
The Chinese developer behind a massive $3.8 billion tourism project being built in Koh Kong province has confirmed that it is ready to begin construction on a new international airport to serve the coastal resort and company’s related developments, though declined to reveal the investment capital or project timeline.

A representative of the Chinese-owned firm Tianjin Union Development Group (UDG), which holds a 45,000-hectare land concession in Koh Kong’s Botum Sakor and Kiri Sakor districts, said yesterday that the project plans had been finalised.

Bella Zhang, a Cambodian-based representative for UDG, said the company has already identified a site selection for the airport. “[We] have conducted a geological survey and initial design work has been concluded for this high-grade international airport,” she wrote in an email. “The construction is ready to go.”

While she declined to expand on specific details or the cost of the project, promotional materials of UDG’s Dara Sakor Seashore Resort in Koh Kong province lays out a plan for an airport that can handle 10 million passengers annually and service planes as large as an Airbus 380.

The company claims it has an exclusive concession on airport operation in Koh Kong province as part of a 99-year lease it signed in 2008. “[The] Cambodian government has committed that during the concession period no new airports will be approved,” the material reads.

Chea Vuthy, deputy secretary-general of the Cambodia Investment Board, confirmed that the government granted UDG permission to construct an airport in Koh Kong earlier this year.

Sinn Chanserey Vutha, spokesman at State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA), said that while the company had a green light to build an airport, it was holding off on construction until it could find a suitable investment partner.

“The company received approval from the government to invest in airport [in its zone,] but it has not started construction activity yet,” the spokesman said.

The zone he referred to, dubbed as a Cambodia-Chinese Investment and Development Zone, envisions the partially completed 6,800-hectare Dara Sakor Seashore Resort, in addition to a free trade zone that would include a port designed to handle 10,000-tonne Chinese container ships.

The mammoth development has come under scrutiny over the years amid repeated accusations of land grabbing and forced evictions.

Bun Leut, governor of Koh Kong province, said he has not received any news of active construction of the airport yet. However, he said once completed, it would be the province’s primary driver of tourism growth.

“Right now tourists only have access by water or land,” he said. “When the airport is completed, it will be much better.”

While officials could not verify if the airport’s construction had begun, a marketing manager for UDG, who declined to be named, said that the company had already cleared the land, levelled the ground and placed a layer of crushed rock in preparation for laying the tarmac.

“Everything has already been cleared and the airport is ready to be fully constructed,” he said. “The golf course is completed and we are working on dredging the port.”

Khek Norinda, spokesman for Cambodia Airports, the French-owned company that holds the concession to operate the Kingdom’s three existing international airports, said his company was “aware of UDG’s development plans in Koh Kong”.

He said if the project is completed according to international specifications it would almost certainly cut into Sihanoukville airport’s flight traffic.

“Therefore, such impact will have to be further assessed with all of our stakeholders,” he said.

Norinda added that in response to projected economic and tourism growth on Cambodia’s southern coast, expansion work on Sihanoukville International Airport was expected to commence by the end of the work.
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Yangon is not located in Cambodia. This is the largest city of Myanmar!!!
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