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Old June 24th, 2017, 12:11 AM   #3442
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Cathay Pacific still ranks among top five airlines in the world, with other Hong Kong carriers also taking home accolades
Cathay Dragon and Hong Kong Airlines named among top three world’s best regional airlines
June 21, 2017
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Hong Kong’s airlines have put in a strong performance over the past year, with Cathay Pacific Airways, Cathay Dragon and Hong Kong Airlines ranking among the best in the world, according to a survey by aviation review and ranking site Skytrax.

The Skytrax World Airline Awards 2017, held in Paris on Tuesday, saw almost 20 million travellers casting votes in a number of categories. The website surveyed 325 airlines in total.

Qatar Airways scooped the top prize of world’s best airline ahead of Singapore Airlines, Japan’s All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Dubai’s Emirates.

Cathay Pacific, which has won the award four times, landed in the fifth position this time, down one spot from last year.

The ranking comes amid a major transformation effort at the city’s loss-making flag carrier, which slashed 600 jobs. The airline is also investing heavily in improving frontline services with new aircraft, seats and airport lounges.
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Cathay Dragon grows Mainland China network through expansion of codeshare arrangement with Shenzhen Airlines
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Airline to add Yantai, Jinan and Harbin to its growing list of destinations following new partnership development

Cathay Dragon today announced an expansion of its codeshare agreement with Shenzhen Airlines that will see the airline add three new destinations to its network in Mainland China.

In the strengthened agreement, Cathay Dragon’s “KA” code will be placed on Shenzhen Airlines’ flights between Hong Kong and Yantai, Jinan and Harbin, while Shenzhen Airlines’ “ZH” code will be placed on Cathay Dragon’s services between Hong Kong and Nanjing and Xi’an.

Cathay Dragon customers travelling on Shenzhen Airlines codeshare flights will enjoy the convenience of checked-through baggage service to their final destination.

Tickets for the new codeshare services are now open for sale for travel commencing 11 July 2017.

The airlines’ existing agreement, which has seen Cathay Dragon codeshare on Shenzhen Airlines flights between Hong Kong and Jinjiang, has been in place since January 2015. With the addition of Yantai, Jinan and Harbin, Cathay Dragon’s network in Mainland China will increase to 27 destinations.

In a further boost, effective from 11 July 2017, Asia Miles members will be able to earn and redeem miles on selected Shenzhen Airlines flights. The eligible routes encompass domestic sectors within Mainland China and sectors between Mainland China and Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
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Old July 9th, 2017, 04:52 AM   #3444
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Cathay Pacific announces new codeshare agreement with MIAT Mongolian Airlines
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Starting 12 July, the agreement will provide Cathay Pacific customers with a direct link to Ulaanbaatar, one of Asia’s fastest-growing business and tourism capitals

Cathay Pacific and MIAT Mongolian Airlines today announced a new codeshare agreement which is set to benefit the customers of both airlines.

Starting 12 July 2017, Cathay Pacific will place its “CX” code on MIAT’s four-times weekly service between Hong Kong and Ulaanbaatar, the vibrant and historic Mongolian capital, providing its customers with a new, direct link to one of the most unique and fastest-growing destinations in Asia.

At the same time, MIAT Mongolian Airlines will place its “OM” code on selected Cathay Pacific services between Hong Kong and Singapore, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

Eligible MIAT customers connecting on Cathay Pacific flights via its Hong Kong hub can choose to relax at one of the airline’s premium lounges conveniently located at Terminal 1 at Hong Kong International Airport. These include The Wing, The Cabin, The Bridge and the much-lauded lounges at The Pier, which have been designed to embody Cathay Pacific’s philosophy of a Life Well Travelled.
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Old July 15th, 2017, 03:37 PM   #3446
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The recent problems in Norwegian Air can in part be traced to a deal they did to supply 12 A320neos to HK Express between 2016 and 2018 ...of which

3 are in the HK Express fleet now and
1 of the 3 is grounded awaiting new engines.

They all come with PW 1100G engines. Delivery schedules for the remaining 9 a/c are up in the air shall we say.
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Old July 22nd, 2017, 08:54 AM   #3447
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Cathay Pacific releases combined traffic figures for June 2017
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Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon traffic figures for June 2017 that show a decrease in the number of passengers carried and an increase in cargo and mail uplifted compared to the same month in 2016.

Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon carried a total of 2,809,992 passengers last month – a decrease of 2.1% compared to June 2016. The passenger load factor dropped 0.4 percentage points to 85.1%, while capacity, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), increased by 1.6%. In the first six months of 2017, the number of passenger carried declined by 0.5% while capacity rose by 1.1%.

The two airline s carried 170,476 tonnes of cargo and mail last month, an increase of 12.8% compared to the same month last year. The cargo and mail load factor rose by 4.0 percentage points to 68.3%. Capacity, measured in available cargo/mail tonne kilometres, was up by 4.8% while cargo and mail revenue tonne kilometres (RTKs) increased by 11.3%. In the first six months of 2017, the tonnage rose by 11.5% against a 2.3% increase in capacity and an 8.9% increase in RTKs.

Commenting on the first six months of 2017, the airline’s Chief Executive Officer, Rupert Hogg, said: “When we announced our results for 2016 in March, we said that we expected the operating environment in 2017 to remain challenging. This has been the case. Our airlines’ performance in the first half of 2017 continued to be disappointing. In particular, strong competition from other airlines put intense and increasing pressure on passenger yield and revenue.”

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management Navin Chellaram said: “Passenger yield continues to come under pressure in the face of strong competition. The overall load factor remains high, with front-end traffic showing a pick-up, although the back-end, particularly on short-haul routes, has been sluggish.
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Old July 31st, 2017, 02:31 PM   #3449
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New Cathay Pacific investor Kingboard urges shareholder Swire to lead airline out of ‘hard times’
The firm’s chairman tells Post in exclusive interview that Swire family should intervene to return airline to health before returning reins to the professionals
July 31, 2017
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Cathay Pacific Airways’ new investor called for the airline’s biggest shareholder, Swire Pacific, to “lead” the loss-making company out of “hard times”.

Kingboard Chemical, which became the third largest stakeholder in Hong Kong’s flagship airline this year, said it wanted the Swire family to intervene – to be accountable and responsible – by taking temporary day-to-day control to “help” steer the company’s return to profitability amid a three-year restructuring programme.

“I hope someone in the Swire family, as Cathay Pacific is in hard times at the moment, will come out and lead the company for a while before handing control back to the professionals,” Kingboard’s founder and chairman, Cheung Kwok-wing, said in an exclusive interview with the South China Morning Post. He put a six to 12-month time frame on the airline returning to health.

In a wide-ranging interview, Cheung, 61, branded himself “a long-term investor” rather than “a corporate raider”, and said that Cathay Pacific was a “once in a lifetime” investment with a strong future ahead of it and that he would only want to tighten his grip on the airline.

Cheung was animated in the interview, reflecting his ambition for the company. He endorsed new CEO Rupert Hogg and revealed that his desire to buy Swire’s holdings was rejected.

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Cathay Pacific overseas operations to be affected by ‘review’ of workforce
Company admits audit will have an ‘impact’ but says it’s too early to tell if more jobs will be lost
August 4, 2017
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Cathay Pacific Airways would start a “comprehensive review” of staffing at overseas airports and in its foreign offices, the airline’s *human resources chief said.

The review will affect 7,600 staff outside Hong Kong in more than 100 places. The airline recently cut 600 head office jobs from a total workforce of 26,674.

The company acknowledged the jobs audit would have an *“impact”. But it was too early to tell if the review would recommend further redundancies or just changes in workers’ roles.

“We’re starting a comprehensive review of our outports, how they work with HQ, which will have an impact on their own organisational structures,” Tom Owen, the airline’s *human resources director, announced in the company’s staff magazine.

Owen also confirmed that the earlier restructuring of its head office was now complete. The redundancies in May marked the biggest round of job cuts by Hong Kong’s premier airline in 20 years.

“We haven’t touched on the outports,” a Cathay Pacific source said, adding it was “the obvious next step, now that Hong Kong has been reorganised.”
“We have to do a complete review first, and then we’ll have a blueprint of what needs to be reorganised to make the company more competitive and agile.”
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Cathay Pacific to restart vote on raising retirement age for cabin crew after system glitch causes concern
Support for plan would be followed by final vote to allow cuts in staff benefits to make higher age limit financially sustainable for the airline

August 9, 2017
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A fresh vote has been ordered on raising the mandatory retirement age for Cathay Pacific Airways’ Hong Kong cabin crew, after concerns over vote manipulation marred the landmark ballot which began earlier this week.

Following a long-running industrial campaign, the company and the Flight Attendants’ Union will seek a simple majority on the proposal to up the retirement age from 55 to 60, allowing both sides to finalise a deal. The limit was last raised in 2008 from 45. Cathay Dragon cabin crew still retire aged 45.

It is being billed as the last chance for the 9,000-plus local workforce to make a decision.

The ballot, which originally began on Tuesday, was halted after the union highlighted concerns that the online voting system could be tampered with to make it easy to vote multiple times.

On Wednesday afternoon the airline ordered a new ballot to start later this week, with all previous votes annulled, in an effort to protect the integrity of the final result.

“We are aware of some concerns regarding to the security of the survey [hyperlink],” an airline spokeswoman said. “Cabin crew who already cast their preference in the survey will be required to participate again when new link becomes available in the next few days.”

Following the three-week vote, the result will be revealed around the end of the month.
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Cathay Struggles to Get Top Dollar From Fliers Amid Revamp
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Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. is slipping in its efforts to get passengers to pay more for its premium services in a test for new Chief Executive Officer Rupert Hogg as the company reported back-to-back losses.

Passenger yields continued to decline in the first half of the year, led by its services to North America and Europe, as discounts to help fill seats took a toll on the key metric of profitability. The measure -- the money earned from carrying a passenger for one kilometer -- declined 5.2 percent to 51.5 Hong Kong cents, hovering around the lowest level since 2009, Cathay said in a statement Wednesday.

Buffeted by budget carriers and deep-pocketed competitors on the mainland, Cathay is at the crossroads. It risks being eclipsed by Chinese airlines that offer cheaper, direct long-haul flights from cities like Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, bypassing Hong Kong, whose prominence as a hub has declined relative to the burgeoning wealth of the surrounding cities in southern China.

The marquee airline reported a net loss of HK$2.05 billion ($262 million) for the six months through June, potentially putting it on course for the first back-to-back annual losses in its 70-year history. The loss compares with the median HK$1.2 billion loss forecast in a Bloomberg survey of three analysts.

“We do not expect the operating environment in the second half of 2017 to improve materially,” Hong Kong-based Cathay’s Chairman John Slosar said in the statement. “We expect to see the benefits of our transformation in the second half of 2017, and the effects will accelerate in 2018.”
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Discounted flights and hotel packages among Cathay Pacific’s bid to cater to ‘price-sensitive travellers’
Hong Kong’s premier airline rejected establishing a new budget carrier as the city’s airport was unable to take new flights and instead targeted measures such as ‘fanfare promotions’ that would include rediscounted ticket sales and cheap hotel packages
August 18, 2017
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Cathay Pacific Airways is considering new measures to cater for price-sensitive travellers without creating its own budget airline.

These may include more “value for money” tickets as the airline attempts to rebound from a HK$2.05 billion loss recorded in the first six months of the year.

Cathay Pacific chairman John Slosar said the carrier could match low-cost airlines and the needs of thrifty passengers.

“It is not the case that just because we are a full-service airline doesn’t mean we can’t compete with so-called low-cost airlines,” he said. “If you look at their pricing, they may be low cost, but they might not be low price.”

Ronald Lam Siu-por, the airline’s director of commercial and cargo, disclosed to analysts the company would “further differentiate” economy class against rivals so “the value for our customers will improve”.

Several initiatives would be considered, he said, citing recently revamped discounted ticket sales with cheap hotel packages as part of “fanfare” promotions.

Hong Kong’s premier airline on Wednesday rejected establishing a new budget carrier, saying the city’s airport was almost full and unable to take new flights.

“You can hear they mention unbundling or offering more cheap tickets like fanfares,” said aviation analyst Geoffrey Cheng, head of transportation and industrial research at Bank of Communications International Holdings.

Other full-service airlines charge separately for baggage and meals as part of the “unbundling” process.
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