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Old December 7th, 2012, 10:31 AM   #2701
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Cathay travelers feel strike jitters
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Wednesday, December 05, 2012







Travel agents say they are scrambling to find alternatives but admit there is very little they can do if Cathay Pacific flight attendants strike during Christmas and New Year.

An agency said worried customers had inquired whether it would be possible to switch to other airlines, but were told their choices are limited.

An agency spokeswoman said European carriers are usually hit by strikes twice a year, while staff of Australian airlines are also known for their work stoppages.

"Compared with most other airlines, Cathay is the most stable," she said. "Should [Cathay] staff go on strike, customers will just have to live with it."

The spokeswoman said one way to avoid total disappointment is to buy travel insurance, as airlines only announce their contingency plans when industrial action actually occurs.

"But I believe Hong Kong crews are concerned about their public image and will try to resolve the issue," she added.

Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants Union vice chairman Julian Yau Chi-hung said a special general meeting will be held on Monday to decide on what action to take, as yesterday's 3pm deadline passed without any word from the company. "We are very disappointed that the company has shown no sincerity and will not discuss our demands," Yau said, adding the airline should not force the union to accept its 2 percent pay rise offer.

Yau said union members would even accept no pay hike if Cathay instead canceled its "cross base flying" policy as well as those involving overseas stays - since these cause attendants to lose allowances equal to 10 percent of pay.

Cathay Pacific Airways cabin crew general manager Liza Ng Shiow-lan said the company "welcomes constructive, sensible discussions to address matters of mutual concern at any time, but certainly not under any type of threat."

Ng said the airline will "continue its ongoing dialogue" with the crew.

The company reiterated the 2 percent pay rise is a "fair, reasonable and competitive" offer in view of the extreme challenges facing the airline.

A Cathay spokeswoman stressed that comprehensive contingency plans are in place in the event of any industrial action, but refused to provide details.

Former flight attendant Amy Lee doubted if all union members will strike.

"It's likely some employees would prefer not to join any industrial action," she said.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 01:08 PM   #2703
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Cathay flight makes emergency landing
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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

A Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to London made an emergency landing at Wuhan on Sunday after the pilot smelled smoke in the cockpit.

Flight CX251, with 235 passengers and 18 crew, left Hong Kong at 11.50pm on Saturday, mainland reports said.

However, at 1.45am the Hubei airport control center received a request for an emergency landing from the pilot, who said there was smoke in the cockpit.

The aircraft landed at 2.07am and passengers were permitted to rest in the airport for a few hours before boarding a flight to Hong Kong and then on to London.

A Cathay spokeswoman confirmed the incident on flight CX251. The aircraft involved was a Boeing 777-300ER.

An investigation into the incident is under way.

An initial report has been sent to the Civil Aviation Administration of China and the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department.

The airline said it apologized to the affected passengers.
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Old December 12th, 2012, 06:50 PM   #2704
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Cathay Pacific welcomes union decision not to strike over the Christmas and New Year period
11 December 2012
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Cathay Pacific Airways today welcomed the announcement by the Flight Attendants Union (FAU) not to stage a strike during the peak travel period over Christmas and New Year.

Chief Executive John Slosar said, "This is good news for our passengers, for all Cathay Pacific staff and for the Hong Kong travelling public."

He added, "Working together as a team to make the airline successful is in everybody's interest, and I think we should never miss a chance to deliver the very best service to our passengers."

Mr. Slosar continued, "Aviation has been a difficult business in 2012, and we have tried very hard to explain the challenges we have faced to our staff. In total over the past 3 years even after the 2% awarded this year, most of our staff have received pay increases totalling almost 12%, plus an additional 13th month bonus in each of those 3 years, and I think this is a pretty good result given the performance of our business. The Cathay team do a fantastic job so we always try to look after them as best we can. The pay increases we have awarded in recent years show that, when times are good, we share the benefits with the Cathay team."

Cathay Pacific wrote to the FAU at the end of last week inviting them to continue discussions on lifestyle and operational matters, but as yet has not received any response.

General Manager Cabin Crew Liza Ng said, "We are still waiting to hear from them and hope we will soon."
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Old December 17th, 2012, 01:56 PM   #2705
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Old December 18th, 2012, 05:51 PM   #2706
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Cathay agrees to union talks
The Standard
Monday, December 17, 2012

Talks between Cathay Pacific and a flight attendants' union to avert a work-to-rule over Christmas and the New Year are likely to begin on Wednesday - two days before the deadline set by staff.

Cathay had earlier refused to negotiate but the stalemate was broken when the government offered to mediate.

Cathay is offering a 2 percent pay increase starting on January1, while flight attendants want 5percent.

Labor chief Matthew Cheung Kin-chung said yesterday the government hopes the two sides will compromise and soon come to an agreement.

"What is important is that services will not be affected. We all serve the travelers of Hong Kong. Christmas and New Year are peak periods and Lunar New Year is also approaching. So we are very concerned about this matter," Cheung said.

Meanwhile, about a dozen members of the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions submitted a petition to the airline in support of the Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants Union.

They marched from Pacific Place to the Swire Group office at Admiralty calling on airline management to return to the negotiating table and reach a consensus with the union.

Confederation chief executive Mung Siu-tat criticized Cathay for not contacting the union, although it had been informed that a meeting would be held.

Cathay has not indicated whether it is prepared to make concessions and Mung fears time to prevent industrial action is running short.

The union had earlier indicated that it would take action if Cathay did not respond by Friday.

Mung said the confederation itself may also take action if Cathay fails to show sincerity in resolving the issue.

Confederation lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan said Cathay has shown a lack of respect for its employees and triggered tension between the two sides.

Lee said the Cathay pay offer does not even cover the cost of inflation and in reality means a reduction in wages.

The confederation has begun an online petition for the public calling on Cathay to return to the negotiating table.
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Old December 18th, 2012, 10:15 PM   #2707
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What is the name of this drink? I have seen it for many times in trip reports inbound/outbound Hong Kong.
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Old December 19th, 2012, 04:18 AM   #2708
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What is the name of this drink? I have seen it for many times in trip reports inbound/outbound Hong Kong.
It's my favourite drink - Cathay Delight, with kiwis being the main ingredient.
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Cathay Pacific New Business Class for Short-Haul flights

Already implemented on Hong Kong<->Singapore flights as well as on Hong Kong<->Taiwan flights. More routes to come soon.

Hope to see this in effect soon for Hong Kong<->Philippines flights =)



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Old December 31st, 2012, 11:21 AM   #2710
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Dragonair Boosts Vietnam Network With New Service To Da Nang
4 January 2013
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(HONG KONG) Dragonair announced today that, subject to government approval, it will launch a new three-times-weekly service to Da Nang commencing 28 March 2013. The new Da Nang service will further strengthen the airline’s network in Asia and offer more choice and convenience to passengers travelling to and from Vietnam.

Da Nang will become the 12th destination launched or resumed by Dragonair since April 2012. It will also be the airline's second destination in Vietnam. Dragonair currently flies ten times a week between Hong Kong and Hanoi, while sister airline Cathay Pacific operates sixteen flights weekly between Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City.

Operated by Airbus A320 aircraft, the new Da Nang service will depart Hong Kong every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. Da Nang, known for its beautiful coastlines, including the famed Danang Beach, is also home to three UNESCO World Heritage sites - Hoi An, My Son and Hue. The city's mix of natural, historical and cultural attractions makes Da Nang an ideal leisure destination.

In addition to connecting passengers from around the world into Da Nang, the latest destination launch will offer passengers from Vietnam more options when connecting to Dragonair's extensive Mainland China network or the international network of Cathay Pacific through the Hong Kong hub.

Dragonair Chief Executive Officer Patrick Yeung said: "Vietnam is becoming an increasingly important business and tourism destination and we are very excited about strengthening our presence in the country. Our new Da Nang service will facilitate more tourist traffic between Hong Kong and Vietnam and further boost Hong Kong’s role as a major international aviation hub."
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Cathay Pacific releases combined traffic figures for December 2012
17 January 2013
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Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for December 2012 that show an increase for both passenger numbers and cargo and mail tonnage compared to the same month last year.

Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried a total of 2,520,864 passengers in December – an increase of 2.5% compared to the same month last year. The passenger load factor rose by 1.1 percentage points to 80.7%, while capacity, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), fell by 4.5%. For 2012 as a whole, the number of passengers carried rose by 5.0% compared to a capacity increase of 2.6%. The year’s load factor was 80.1%, down 0.3% on 2011.

The two airlines carried 146,897 tonnes of cargo and mail last month, an increase of 3.4% compared to December 2011. The cargo and mail load factor fell by 0.4 percentage points to 67.4%. Capacity, measured in available cargo/mail tonne kilometres, rose by 1.0%, while cargo and mail revenue tonne kilometres rose by 0.4%. For the whole of 2012, tonnage declined by 5.3% while capacity dropped by 3.1%.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management James Tong said: “Our passenger capacity showed a year-on-year decline for the fourth month in a row, though the number of extra sectors operated over the Christmas peak was on a par with December 2011. Passenger demand held up in the Economy cabin in December, with high numbers travelling to key regional destinations over the holiday period. The reduction in capacity helped to push up yield on long-haul routes; however, the overall performance in the premium cabins was weaker than expected.”

Cathay Pacific General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing James Woodrow said: “December was the fourth month in a row that we saw year-on-year growth in tonnage. The cargo market had been in the doldrums since April 2011, so it was good to see the year ending on a stronger note. However, the cargo and mail tonnage carried in 2012 was still some way behind the 2010 total. We operated close to a full freighter schedule in December and added one more new destination to our freighter network, Colombo in Sri Lanka. As expected, demand tailed away significantly following the pre-Christmas rush.”
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Quit-early plan for Cathay crew
The Standard
Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Cathay Pacific has introduced an early voluntary retirement scheme for flight attendants who joined the company before September 1, 1996.
This means attendants who have served the airline for 17 years or more will be eligible to retire and collect their various gratuities earlier than the compulsory retirement age.

A spokeswoman said the offer was made in an internal notification for staff and refused to reveal more details about the scheme.

"Also, we cannot estimate the number of staff who may be effected since it is a voluntary scheme," she said.

TVB reported that the scheme is similar to Cathay's previous offer in 2006.

A TVB source said staff wishing to accept the offer must reply on or before March 31.

The report said those choosing the plan will be granted a one-off amount equivalent to the average salary of the past 12 months multiplied by the number of years of service, divided by 15 and then multiplied by the number of years from retirement; or multiplying the last salary by 20. The smaller amount will be paid out.

The source described this as a cost-control measure and that it will not affect the recruitment of new staff.

Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants Union told TVB it will look into the scheme.

In May 2006, Cathay offered early retirement to its 1,600 most experienced and highest paid crew in an attempt to offset rising fuel and operating costs.

In August last year, the airline posted a net loss of HK$935 million for the first half of 2012, a reversal from the net profit of HK$2.81 billion posted in the corresponding period last year.
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Quit-early deal from Cathay meets caution
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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The Cathay Pacific Flight Attendants Union predicts a lukewarm response to an early retirement scheme as prospects of a job with another airline look bleak in the struggling industry.
Only Cathay employees close to retirement are expected to accept.

The scheme, which is voluntary, is for flight attendants who joined before September 1, 1996, when the carrier switched from a fixed monthly salary to hourly pay.

Those accepting the plan, which is among cost-cutting measures, receive a lump sum based on multiples involving the last monthly salary and years of service. Pension funds are still collected.

It is reckoned that someone earning a monthly HK$25,000 and with at least 25 years of service may collect HK$1.4 million from the early retirement payout and the pension fund combined.

The deadline for signing on for the scheme is March 31.

"We believe only a small number of flight attendants will apply," said union chairwoman Dora Lai Yuk-sim, who counts nearly 3,000 attendants on the monthly payroll.

Staff would not quit jobs for a one-off payout, she added, "particularly as the outlook of the airline industry remains gloomy."

And "the preliminary response from a number of flight attendants we have talked to is lukewarm."

Cathay posted a net loss of HK$935 million for the first half of 2012.
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Passenger fined in Cathay bag tiff
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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

A mainlander was fined HK$2,000 for attacking a Cathay Pacific flight steward in a tiff over luggage on board a Shanghai-bound flight.

Shao Baixuan, 61, asked Malaysian flight attendant Mohemmed Azlan bin Embai, 33, to help him put his hand luggage into the overhead compartment because it was too heavy for him to lift by himself on Sunday.

Tsuen Wan magistrate Timothy Casewell heard that Embai asked Shao to help him lift the luggage, but both dropped it.

Embai then asked Shao to do it together again but the passenger ignored him. The attendant then walked away.

Shao was finally able to haul the luggage into the compartment himself.

Later, Shao approached the attendant and shouted at him as he pushed him in the chest with both hands, causing the attendant to step backward.

Shao was removed from the aircraft by police and charged with one count of common assault.

Fung Cheong-kit, who arrived with other police officers, said Embai was not injured. Fung arrested Shao, who was formally charged with common assault the same day.

The altercation disrupted the boarding of passengers and delayed flight CX 368 for six minutes.

The businessman, who lives in Zhejiang, pleaded guilty yesterday, saying he deeply regrets his action.

As Embai did not ask for compensation, Casewell gave Shao a light sentence, fining him HK$2,000.

A former Cathay Pacific Airways flight stewardess surnamed Chan said a carry-all might be too heavy for a crew member to lift by himself.

"Therefore, it is normal practice for flight attendants to ask the luggage owner to help lift the luggage together," Chan said.

"Passengers should understand the difficulty and don't expect flight attendants to be able to lift the luggage to overhead compartments by themselves."

Flight attendants should also try to explain and communicate well to avoid any misunderstandings.

Two cabin crew members were injured in a passenger assault incident on flight CX 712 from Bangkok to Hong Kong on April 16 last year.
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