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Old January 21st, 2011, 06:28 AM   #2181
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Cathay Pacific Appoints Ivan Chu As Chief Operating Officer
20 January 2011

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Thursday it appointed Ivan Chu as chief operating officer, replacing John Slosar who will become the chief executive of the Hong Kong-based carrier.

Chu is currently Cathay Pacific's director of service delivery. His new appointment will take effect March 31, the company said.

The appointment follows Chief Executive Tony Tyler's move to step down March 31 to become director-general and chief executive of the Geneva-based International Air Transport Association.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 08:38 AM   #2182
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Fuel scare hit second Cathay flight
21 January 2011
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Two Cathay Pacific aircraft that took on fuel at Surabaya airport in Indonesia within 24 hours of each other last year experienced engine scares, a new investigation report reveals.

Both aircraft were Airbus A330s, and on April 13 one had to make an emergency landing in Hong Kong in which 57 passengers were injured, after two engines shut down.

The other, which refueled in Surabaya and left the day before experienced engine parameter fluctuations, the report revealed yesterday.

It landed without mishap.

Investigators said in a previous report that contaminated fuel may have been responsible for the engines shutting down on Flight CX780 that was forced to make an emergency landing in which six tires blew out.

It was carrying 309 passengers and a crew of 13. Ten of the injured passengers were hospitalized.

The flight had pumped 24,400 kilograms of fuel at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya before taking off for Hong Kong.

There were no control problems in the other flight, according to the latest report from investigators.

But the engine was replaced after it was found to have developed faults similar to those on CX780.

Since the two incidents there have been no other reports of engine problems concerning aircraft that have taken on fuel in Surabaya, the report said.

In the runup to the incidents work had been carried out on the hydrant refueling circuit at the airport, as part of an apron extension project. During refueling of CX780, staff noticed that hoses vibrated at a higher rate than usual.

``Although these were indications of possible clogging of the filter monitors, the refueling personnel did not suspend the refueling and investigate the unusual event,'' the report said.

Sphere-like contaminants found in the engines were mainly sodium polyacrylate, which was consistent with a polymer material used in the filter monitors on a fueling dispenser.

But investigators are still unable to establish how the spheres formed, and how they could enter the aircraft.

The report urges the International Civil Aviation Organization to establish requirements for oversight and quality control on aviation fuel supplies at airports.

An earlier investigation at the Indonesian airport found that some recommissioning procedures were not in line with industry guidelines and practices.

These procedures should be addressed before the resumption of hydrant refueling, it said.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 10:36 AM   #2183
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So the Vancouver aircraft change is reinstating what was before the financial crisis?
Not sure about that but CX used to have a even higher frequency on this route long time ago.....
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Old January 21st, 2011, 10:39 AM   #2184
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Old January 21st, 2011, 10:56 AM   #2185
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Old January 21st, 2011, 11:03 AM   #2186
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Old January 21st, 2011, 11:14 AM   #2187
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Old January 21st, 2011, 06:37 PM   #2190
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Cathay Pacific statement on HKCAD Update Bulletin on CX780/13 April 2010 emergency landing
20 January 2011
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Cathay Pacific Airways today received a copy of the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department’s update bulletin on its investigations into the emergency landing of flight CX780 at Hong Kong International Airport on 13 April 2010, which identified fuel contamination to be a cause of the accident.

Cathay Pacific is pleased that the HKCAD’s latest update bulletin contains information on the CX780/13 April 2010 occurrence that it believes will undoubtedly be very useful to the aviation industry in taking the necessary steps that will help prevent similar accidents.

The airline endorses the HKCAD recommendation and believes that the fuel quality issues highlighted by the incident have wide-ranging ramifications, and that the information should be shared with the industry and other authorities in order for appropriate safety action to be initiated.

Although the exact nature and origin of the contaminants remains to be determined by the investigators, Cathay Pacific continues to firmly believe that strong industry and regulatory support is needed towards consistent regulatory oversight of aviation fuel and fuel services.

Cathay Pacific will await the release of the final report from the HKCAD investigation authorities and, until such time, it would be inappropriate to offer any further comment.

Please refer to the HKCAD release and update bulletin for more information, available at: http://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/2...1101200134.htm
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http://www.rolls-royce.com/civil/new...aintenance.jsp

Rolls-Royce wins $250 million long term Trent 700 maintenance support business from Cathay Pacific
Thursday, 20 January 2011

Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has won long term maintenance support business worth $250m from Cathay Pacific. The Group will provide TotalCare® long-term services support for Trent 700 engines that power eight new Airbus A330 aircraft. An enhanced engine refurbishment programme for RB211-524 engines that power existing Boeing 747-400 aircraft will also be delivered up to 2013.

Phil Harris, Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace Senior Vice President, said: “We are delighted that Cathay Pacific has endorsed our long-term services support by extending its TotalCare® requirements to its entire A330 fleet. In addition it is committing to a major investment in its RB211-524 fleet which will ensure continued efficiency.”

Christopher Gibbs, Engineering Director, Cathay Pacific Maintenance, said: “This contract will enable Cathay to realise the benefits of TotalCare® on the Trent 700 and ensure the efficient and reliable operation of our Rolls-Royce powered Boeing 747 fleet.”

Cathay Pacific is currently Rolls-Royce’s largest Trent 700 customer, operating 47 Airbus A330s with an additional seven deliveries scheduled up to 2013. Cathay was the launch customer for the Trent 700 EP (enhanced performance) retro-fit kit in 2009.

The Trent 700 is the only engine specifically designed for the Airbus A330 and over 1,300 are now in service or on firm order. The engine has captured more than 75 per cent of orders in the last three years, and in 2010 Rolls-Royce won 14 of the available 15 engine campaigns for the Airbus A330.

More than 90 per cent of Trent engines in service have TotalCare® support.
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Cathay Pacific welcomes union move to call off disruptive action over Chinese New Year
23 January 2011
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Cathay Pacific Airways today welcomes the decision of the Flight Attendants Union (FAU) to call off disruptive action over the forthcoming festive holiday season.

Commenting on the decision, the airline’s Director Corporate Affairs Quince Chong, said: “The travelling public will be relieved that the threat of possible disruption to flight schedules over the Chinese New Year has now been removed.

"We welcome the union’s decision and will continue to discuss issues of mutual benefit to the crew community and the company at our regular meetings with the FAU.

"We would like to thank the Labour Department for its efforts to mediate in this matter. We are also grateful to all staff for the outstanding service they provide to our customers."
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Cathay Pacific Flight Attendants Union Calls Off Industrial Action Plan
24 January 2011

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--The union representing flight attendants at Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) has called off plans for industrial action during the Lunar New Year, averting possible disruptions to thousands of flights operating over the busiest holiday travel period in Hong Kong and China.

The Cathay Pacific Airways Flights Attendants Union, which represents about a third of the airline's staff, said Sunday the decision to shelve work-to-rule measures was a goodwill gesture on the part of the union for hopes to resume negotiations with the Hong Kong-based airline on 2011 salaries.

The union has urged the territory's dominant carrier to increase union members' 2011 salaries by more than the 4.5% put forward by the company. It said after factoring in the company's guaranteed annual increment, the actual pay rises for flight attendants amount to only about 0%-1.5%.

However, the union said it won't rule out launching industrial action during the Easter travel period if negotiations with Cathay Pacific don't bear fruit.

The union earlier this month threatened to launch industrial action aimed at causing flight delays, saying it planned to urge its members to carry out measures including more stringent checks on passengers' carry-on baggage and overweight bags.

Cathay Pacific has refused to bow to the union's pressure, insisting that there will be no more room for negotiation on 2011 salaries, which it said was decided on in November. The airline said on Sunday it welcomed the union's decision to call off industrial action.

"We welcome the union's decision and will continue to discuss issues of mutual benefit to the crew community and the company at our regular meetings with the (union)," said Quince Chong, Cathay Pacific's director of corporate affairs.

Widespread delays would be particularly troublesome for Cathay Pacific during the Lunar New Year holiday, when air traffic usually peaks as Hong Kong and Chinese residents travel around the world. This year, the holiday begins in early February.
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Cathay appeals over EU price-fixing fine
26 January 2011
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Cathay Pacific Airways said yesterday it had lodged an appeal against the European Commission's decision to fine it €57.1 million (HK$605 million) for violations of the European competition law said to have occurred between May 2004 and February 2006.

The appeal was filed with the General Court of the European Union and followed an appeal the airline made in the Seoul High Court last month after the carrier was fined 4.1 billion won (HK$28.5 million) by the Korean Fair Trade Commission.

The carrier was one of more than 20 airlines sanctioned by several governments for alleged fixing of fuel and security surcharges between 1999 and 2006. At least four airlines also face civil action in Europe from importers and exporters, who claim they were overcharged as a result of the price fixing.

"We believe we have good grounds for making these appeals, but, as these matters are being litigated, we are not in a position to provide additional information at this stage," said a Cathay Pacific spokesman.

The airline was among 11 carriers fined a total of €799 million by the European Union in November.

At the time, Cathay Pacific said it was reviewing the commission's ruling and evaluating its options with its legal advisers. Cathay Pacific was among 10 airlines that had their fines reduced after co-operating with the commission's probe.

In its ruling, the commission said the airlines broke competition laws by collectively setting fuel surcharges on air cargo shipments from December 1999 to February 2006.

The body added that the airlines extended their collusion by later fixing security surcharges on airfreight.

Cathay Pacific was one of 19 carriers hit with financial penalties totalling 119.5 billion won by Seoul's Fair Trade Commission last May for fixing fuel surcharges on cargo shipments from 2000.

The airline was also fined US$60 million in 2008 by the United States Justice Department after pleading guilty to fixing prices on cargo shipments.

Cathay Pacific, along with other airlines, has either faced or is facing legal action in Canada, Australia and New Zealand for similar behaviour.
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Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. became the world’s biggest international air-cargo carrier last year and its Hong Kong home was the busiest freight airport because of surging exports from China’s Pearl River Delta.

The airline’s cargo traffic, or weight multiplied by distance moved, rose 23 percent to 10.2 million ton-kilometers last year. Korean Air Lines Co., previously the biggest, had 9.7 million ton-kilometers in total, based on quarterly figures. The Seoul-based carrier released fourth-quarter results today.

Cathay and Hong Kong airport’s preeminence underscores China’s central role in world trade, which also enabled Shanghai to become the world’s busiest container port last year. China boosted exports of electronics, clothes and other goods 31 percent last year, while the rising number of millionaires is also spurring inbound shipments of luxury goods and fresh foods.

Hong Kong airport’s cargo volumes rose 23 percent last year to 4.1 million tons, according to the airport operator. Memphis International Airport, home to FedEx. Corp.’s main hub, had a 5.9 percent jump to 3.9 million tons, based on figures posted on its website. The Tennessee facility was the world’s busiest cargo airport since at least 1992. Third-ranked Shanghai Pudong Airport handled 3.2 million tons, according to the city’s airport authority.

The growth of production in the Pearl River Delta, which neighbors Hong Kong, has lured investment from international air-cargo carriers, including FedEx and United Parcel Service Inc., which have both opened hubs in the region. FedEx is the world’s largest air-cargo carrier, including both international and domestic shipments.

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Cathay expects to boost cargo capacity about 8 percent this year. The airline’s expansion plans have been curtailed by delays in receiving new 747-8 freighters from Boeing Co. The carrier is also forming a cargo venture with affiliate Air China Ltd. to access hubs in Shanghai and Beijing, while also building its own freight terminal at Hong Kong airport.

Shanghai’s port last year surpassed Singapore in container volumes, with traffic jumping 16 percent to 29.1 million 20-foot equivalent units, the city government said. That was about 500,000 boxes more than Singapore, it said.

China’s economy expanded 10.3 percent in 2010, the fastest in three years, according to the statistics bureau. The nation, home to 1.3 billion people, probably surpassed Japan as the world’s second-largest economy last year, Japanese Economy Minister Kaoru Yosano said this month.

In nominal terms, China’s gross domestic product is more than 100 times bigger than in 1978, when Communist Party leader Deng Xiaoping began rolling out free-market policies. While China outstripped Germany in 2007 and the U.K. and France in 2005, the economy remains less than half as big as that of the U.S.
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