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Old December 10th, 2013, 04:10 AM   #2901
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Cathay chief cautious as economy picks up
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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Cathay Pacific Airways (0293) chief executive John Slosar expects next year to be busy as the global economy improves but remains cautiously optimistic on cargo.

The carrier will keep adding destinations to its services, such as cities near Hong Kong, while also increasing the frequency of long-haul trips, Slosar said yesterday.

Asia still holds potential for business growth for Cathay, but high oil prices remain a burden.

So, the carrier will have a total of eight Boeing 777 aircraft in service next year, which offer fuel savings of about 23 percent compared to the original Boeing 747, while a more fuel-efficient Airbus A350 will also be introduced in 2016.

Cathay's cargo business has stayed weak since the best time in 2010, but during the peak season starting November, the business performance was within expectations.

He said it is still early to predict the outlook for next year, but he is still cautiously optimistic.

Meanwhile, under "The Spirit of Hong Kong" campaign - Cathay's latest - the carrier has given out 620 free round-trip tickets.

The airline said last week staff will get a 4.5 percent pay rise for 2014, and a one-month bonus.
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Old December 16th, 2013, 03:31 PM   #2902
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Cathay Pacific Airways unveiled the third edition of its Spirit of Hong Kong livery at a ceremony earlier this month.

Guest of honor Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor praised the airline for the related livery design competition that supported the government's own "Hong Kong: Our Home" campaign.

The "Our Home" campaign was launched at the beginning of the year to promote a local caring spirit and unity while the Cathay competition invited creative entries that illustrated the true spirit of the city.

The enthusiastic response of more than 5,000 entries made winner selection difficult.

My experience as a judge in a number of contests told me photo competitions usually have good participation rates as there are many shutterbugs in Hong Kong.

The livery competition, on other hand, required both text and pictures, which can be drawings, design or photographs. The two parts must be equally good, which was quite a challenge.

During the vetting process, it was found that many entries carried thoughtful illustrations.

In the end, the standard of the accompanying writing became an important factor in deciding on winners.

It was observed that in the IT age, the importance of text has diminished, especially for members of the younger generation who usually communicate on their smartphones with pictures or symbols plus two or three short lines at the most.

Some suggested that we should, therefore, give better writing training for young people.

But others have countered this, saying society should, perhaps, start adapting itself to the new ways of expression.
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Old December 23rd, 2013, 04:42 AM   #2903
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Old December 24th, 2013, 12:06 PM   #2904
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Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific orders 21 Boeing 777-9x aircraft

Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific has placed a HK$58bn ($7.48bn) order for 21 Boeing 777-9x aircraft, as a part of its fleet modernisation programme. (source)


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Old December 24th, 2013, 02:16 PM   #2905
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That 777-9X order pretty much ends any suggestion Cathay Pacific will buy the A380-800. I wouldn't be surprised by 2021 the airline--when it flies it double-daily flight to SFO--will use the A350XWB-1000 for one flight and a 777-9X for another flight.
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Old December 27th, 2013, 12:33 PM   #2906
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Old December 27th, 2013, 05:21 PM   #2907
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CX orders more 77W's and one extra 748F

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Cathay Pacific announces additional aircraft order

27 Dec 2013

Cathay Pacific Airways today announced that it has ordered a further four aircraft from The Boeing Company as part of its ongoing fleet modernisation programme. Following on from last week’s announcement regarding the purchase of 21 Boeing 777-9X aircraft, the airline confirmed that it will also purchase another three Boeing 777-300ER airplanes along with one more Boeing 747-8 freighter.

The list price of these additional purchases is HK$7.4 billion at list prices. The airline expects to take delivery of the three Boeing 777-300ERs in 2015 and the Boeing 747-8 freighter in 2016.

Both aircraft types are already extensively employed by Cathay Pacific on its long-haul passenger and freighter routes. The airline currently operates 38 Boeing 777-300ERs and with this latest purchase will have 15 more of the type on order for delivery between 2014 and 2015.

Cathay Pacific Chief Executive John Slosar said: “We are very pleased to confirm this latest aircraft purchase from The Boeing Company. Both the 777-300ER and the 747-8F offer a highly efficient solution on Cathay Pacific’s ultra-long-haul routes, combining superb operating economics with a significant reduction in emissions. These two aircraft types will form the backbone of our long-haul passenger and freighter fleets through to the end of the decade.”

The latest freighter purchase means that Cathay Pacific will operate 14 Boeing 747-8Fs by 2016. Both aircraft types deliver improved payload range capability at competitive operating costs, along with a reduced impact on the environment.

As at the end of the December, the Cathay Pacific fleet consists of 140 wide-body aircraft. Following the latest purchase announcement, the airline is set to take delivery of a total of 93 aircraft from 2014 to 2024, at an aggregate list price of approximately HK$222 billion.
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Old January 8th, 2014, 05:13 PM   #2908
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Old January 16th, 2014, 11:34 AM   #2909
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Cathay eyes more Vancouver, Toronto stops
Hong Kong carrier joins number of airlines looking to increase flights to meet market demands
Vancouver Sun
15 January 2014

As airline competition intensifies to meet growing demand for travel between Asia and North America, Cathay Pacific is focusing its Canadian operations on Vancouver and Toronto.

"The growth in seats from mainland China alone into Canada (during 2013) is about 70 per cent," Cathay's incoming chief operating officer Rupert Hogg told a Hong Kong-Canada Business Association luncheon on Tuesday.

Delta Air Lines is preparing to launch Seattle-to-Hong Kong flights, and last summer, China Eastern Airlines increased flights between Vancouver and Shanghai to twice daily.

"Our Canadian ambitions will be to increase frequency when the market merits it," Hogg said. "We would love to be (twice) daily in Toronto, and we keep close watch on the Vancouver market."

Cathay flies twice-daily nonstop Vancouver-Hong Kong, and 10 times a week between Toronto and Hong Kong. The airline employs 700 in Canada, 500 of whom are in Vancouver, which is also Cathay's call centre for North America. "Inevitably, more carriers will come into this market," Hogg said.

"Our strategy is very clear: We are a full-service carrier and we provide a premium product because we believe that people value that premium product. They are prepared to pay for it.

"Over the last two or three years, we've gone entirely to (Boeing) 777 services here, and every cabin in that aircraft is new. So if you take the economy cabin, where most people travel, we're nine abreast (with) inflight entertainment in every seat. Many of our competitors are 10 abreast."

As cities such as Guangzhou vie to become large international flight hubs, Hogg emphasized Hong Kong's geographic advantage and the importance of Cathay Pacific's (and its subsidiary, Dragonair's) role as Hong Kong's home-base carrier.

"Only a home-base carrier has the wherewithal to create the banks of incoming flights and make them connect to the banks of outgoing flights - once, twice or three times a day - and that's what allows you to connect efficiently across a hub," Hogg said.

This year, 30 million mainland Chinese are expected to travel by air.

Cathay is addressing the challenge of increasing fuel costs by rejuvenating its fleet of 180 aircraft. It has ordered 95 aircraft and is taking possession of 15 to 16 new aircraft a year.

"Our fleet is rapidly becoming younger and rapidly becoming more fuel efficient, and that is the key way you have to address this issue. You have to invest in advance."

Hogg, a longtime Cathay and Swire Group executive, has been Cathay's director of sales and marketing since 2010 and will become COO in March.

"If you look at Cathay Pacific we have very long-term plans, and we have great continuity of management," Hogg said.

"All my colleagues, I've worked with for decades. So when a new man comes in, most of the challenge is making sure we keep running the ship as normal."
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The popularity of flights between Toronto/Vancouver and Hong Kong is why Cathay Pacific has ordered 26 A350XWB-1000's and 21 777-9X's--they need both frequency and capacity just for these two routes, along with flights between Hong Kong and San Francisco/Los Angeles.
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The popularity of flights between Toronto/Vancouver and Hong Kong is why Cathay Pacific has ordered 26 A350XWB-1000's and 21 777-9X's--they need both frequency and capacity just for these two routes, along with flights between Hong Kong and San Francisco/Los Angeles.
Reduction of Toronto capacity was never about demand. There was enough business to sustain 2x a day. But there were issues with the older 747's (which are being retired and currently fly short regional services) so the 777 fleet was redeployed to Europe. As 777 deliveries continue, more aircraft can be freed up to restore the Canadian services.
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Cathay Pacific expands presence in Latin America with New freighter service to Mexico City
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04 Feb 2014

Cathay Pacific Airways announced today that it will expand its freighter services into Latin America by launching a thrice-weekly scheduled service to Mexico City on 1 March 2014, subject to government approval. At the same time, the airline will also increase the frequency of its service to Guadalajara from two to three freighter flights per week.

The Mexico City service will operate on a Hong Kong – Anchorage – Los Angeles – Mexico City – Guadalajara – Anchorage – Hong Kong routing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, using Cathay Pacific’s newest and biggest freighter, the Boeing 747-8F. The service will meet growing demand to move a wide range of commodities from Latin America and the United States to various parts of Asia, providing shippers with greater choice and flexibility when connecting to Cathay Pacific’s international cargo network through the Hong Kong hub.

Mexico City is the largest city in Mexico as well as being the country’s political, cultural, economic and financial centre. It is also one of the most important economic hubs in the Latin America region as a whole. The Boeing 747-8F aircraft offers more cargo space to carry the anticipated high volumes of auto parts, electronics, garments and perishables from Asia into Mexico City. The state-of-the-art Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal at Hong Kong International Airport enables the airline to offer a full range of services for high-value cargo such as pharmaceuticals and perishables.

Cathay Pacific Director Cargo James Woodrow said: “We are delighted to launch this new freighter service to Mexico City as well as increasing the frequency to Guadalajara to three flights per week. We are committed to providing the best services connecting Asia to the fast-growing markets in Mexico and Latin America. We hope this new direct service will further stimulate the flow of goods between Mexico and Asia, at the same time boosting Hong Kong’s standing as one of the world’s key international airfreight hubs.”

Mexico City becomes Cathay Pacific’s second destination in Mexico following the launch of freighter flights to Guadalajara in October 2013. The airline currently operates cargo services to 11 destinations in North America and flies to a total of 43 freighter destinations around the world. Cathay Pacific recently took delivery of its 13th Boeing 747-8F freighter aircraft, with one more on order for delivery in 2016.

Details of Cathay Pacific’s new Mexico City (MEX) freighter service from 1 March 2014 are as follows (all times local, subject to government and slot approval):

Hong Kong (HKG) – Anchorage (ANC) – Los Angeles (LAX) – Mexico City (MEX) – Guadalajara (GDL) – Anchorage (ANC) – Hong Kong (HKG)
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Cathay Pacific to Settle U.S. Antitrust Class-Action Case for $65 Million

HONG KONG-- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. Wednesday said it would pay $65 million to settle an antitrust class-action case in the U.S. involving its air-cargo operations.

The Hong Kong-based carrier said in a statement that it didn't admit to any wrongdoing or liability in the civil settlement, which is subject to approval by the U.S.'s District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

The settlement won't have a material impact on its financial results to be released in March, as it had made sufficient provisions in its accounts before 2013, the carrier said.

The settlement came after Cathay Pacific was fined $60 million in 2008 for collusion in air-cargo prices with other airlines in a criminal antitrust case in the U.S.

Cathay Pacific said it is committed to compliance and has taken corrective action to remain consistent with that policy.
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Cathay Pacific Splits Adelaide / Melbourne Operation from late-March 2014

Cathay Pacific from 30MAR14 is splitting operations to Adelaide and Melbourne. Adelaide service will be operated on nonstop basis in both direction, however overall frequencies reduced from daily to 4 weekly. Melbourne will retain 3 daily level, which also sees nonstop in both ways on all flights.

Hong Kong – Adelaide
CX173 HKG1900 – 0510+1ADL 333 x135
CX174 ADL0620 – 1345HKG 333 x246

Hong Kong – Melbourne
CX105 HKG0010 – 1120MEL 333 D
CX163 HKG1035 – 2150MEL 333 D
CX135 HKG1910 – 0620+1MEL 333 D

CX134 MEL0740 – 1520HKG 333 D
CX104 MEL1420 – 2150HKG 333 D
CX178 MEL2340 – 0710+1HKG 333 D

Read more from 2014, Cathay Pacific, [oneWorld]

Source: http://airlineroute.net/2014/02/12/cx-adlmel-s14/
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Cathay Pacific releases combined traffic figures for January 2014
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13 Feb 2014

Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for January 2014 that show a year-on-year increase in passenger numbers, partially driven by the shift in the timing of Chinese New Year. Cargo and mail tonnage declined compared to the same month in 2013.

Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried a total of 2,544,259 passengers in January – an increase of 9.3% compared to the same month in 2013. The passenger load factor climbed by 4.9 percentage points to 83.4%, while capacity, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), increased by 3.3%

The two airlines carried 130,955 tonnes of cargo and mail in January, a drop of 1.4% compared to January 2013. The cargo and mail load factor fell by 2.5 percentage points to 60.5%. Capacity, measured in available cargo/mail tonne kilometres, increased by 8.3% while cargo and mail revenue tonne kilometres flown were up by 4.0%.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management James Tong said: “There was strong demand for leisure travel over the Chinese New Year peak despite it following soon after the Christmas/New Year holiday. However, last month’s figures are distorted by the Lunar New Year holiday beginning earlier than in 2013. Once again the focus for holiday traffic was on Japan, Korea and leisure destinations in Southeast Asia, but we continued to see a falloff in bookings to Bangkok. Long-haul demand held up well, especially on the North American routes where we will be increasing capacity this year.”

Cathay Pacific General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing Mark Sutch said: “The markets softened quite sharply after the pre-Christmas peak and we didn’t see any significant surge in demand prior to Chinese New Year, though there were healthy imports of seafood and other perishable items into Greater China and North Asia in advance of the holidays. Demand fizzled out as the long holiday began in Mainland China and factories closed in other manufacturing centres in the region. We expect the pickup in February to be slow.”

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