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Old April 16th, 2004, 01:49 PM   #41
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Cathay Pacific releases March 2004 traffic figures

Cathay Pacific Airways today released traffic figures for March 2004 that show a record month for cargo and strong performance during the first quarter of the year for both its passenger and cargo operations.

In March, the airline carried 1,036,623 passengers, up from the 933,604 carried in February and a 13.2 percent increase over March 2003. This relatively sharp upturn from last March reflects not only the continued strength of current business but also how SARS was starting to take a toll on passenger bookings this time a year ago.

Cargo recorded a record month with 89,640 tonnes of freight carried, up from 76,937 tonnes in February and a 10.7 percent increase on March last year. Last year’s cargo business was impacted less by SARS. During the month, the airline also set a new one-week cargo uplift record of 21,000 tonnes – the equivalent of about 200 fully laden Boeing 747 freighters. More than half of that amount was carried in the bellies of passenger aircraft.

Cumulative figures for the first quarter show that passenger numbers increased 4.2 percent over the same period last year and cargo tonnage grew by 11.8 percent. Capacity measured in terms of Available Tonne Kilometres (ATKs) increased by 6.9 percent year-on-year.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management, Sales & Distribution Ian Shiu said: “Although it’s hard to make a meaningful year-on-year comparison, the fact that we carried more than one million passengers in March shows that business was good. March figures also capped a strong first quarter during which we saw steady growth in business traffic, in particular on long-haul routes. North Asia was the only weak spot with a slight falloff in the leisure travel market.”

Cathay Pacific Director Sales & Marketing James Barrington said: “A very strong first quarter for cargo, which included a new one-week tonnage uplift record of 21,000 tonnes, has been supported by sustained demand from major markets in Europe, Japan and the United States in particular, where companies are rebuilding depleted inventories. Normally, cargo business peaks before a major holiday and softens directly after, but we expect this year’s post-Easter slowdown to be short.”
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Old April 16th, 2004, 01:53 PM   #42
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Cathay Pacific orders eight new regional aircraft

Cathay Pacific Airways today announced it has placed firm orders for eight more wide-body regional aircraft as part of its plan to grow the airline and further enhance Hong Kong as a leading international aviation hub. The order will expand the airline's operating fleet to 94 aircraft.

Orders have been placed for two Boeing 777-300 aircraft and six Airbus 330-300 aircraft, all of which will be deployed on the airline's short- and medium-haul regional services. Three of the Airbus aircraft will be leased through the International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC).

The aircraft will be delivered from 2005 to 2007. The Boeing aircraft will be in a two-class configuration and will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 800 engines. The Airbus aircraft will use Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines. Five of the Airbus aircraft will be in a two-class configuration, while the A330-300 due for delivery in August 2006 will have a three-class cabin.

In conjunction with the arrival of the new aircraft and Cathay Pacific's continued growth, the airline also aims to hire more operating crew and ground staff over the next three years. In line with its recent expansion of services, including the addition of a new daily non-stop service to New York from 1 July, the airline is currently in the process of recruiting 600 flight attendants and 70 ground staff to be based at Hong Kong International Airport.

Cathay Pacific Airways Deputy Chairman & Chief Executive David Turnbull said: "The acquisition of eight more aircraft reflects our plan to grow the airline and demonstrates our continued commitment to Hong Kong. The aircraft will enable the airline to increase services and strengthen our network and at the same time help to further develop Hong Kong as a leading global aviation hub. Our expansion will also help us to provide more job openings for local people."

Mr Turnbull added that Cathay Pacific has plans to expand its long-haul fleet and will make an announcement to this effect in due course. The airline currently operates a fleet of 86 wide-body aircraft.

Cathay Pacific Airways fleet profile

Aircraft operated by CX: 86
10 Boeing 777-300
5 Boeing 777-200
19 Boeing 747-400
5 Boeing 747-400 freighters
6 Boeing 747-200 freighters
15 Airbus A340-300
23 Airbus A330-300
3 Airbus A340-600

Average age of passenger aircraft in service: 7.0 years

Number of aircraft due for delivery: 8
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Old April 18th, 2004, 04:21 PM   #43
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Welcome back, Cathay Pacific!


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Old April 18th, 2004, 04:27 PM   #44
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Old April 18th, 2004, 04:29 PM   #45
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Cathay Pacific launches new "Best Chinese Food in the Air" with the Peninsula Hong Kong

Cathay Pacific Airways today announced a new season of its successful "Best Chinese Food in the Air" promotion, teaming up with The Peninsula Hong Kong to offer passengers a selection of dishes from its acclaimed Spring Moon Chinese restaurant. The special menu will be served in all classes on virtually all Cathay Pacific flights from Hong Kong from 1 May until 31 October 2004.

The Peninsula Hong Kong is hailed as one of the world's greatest hotels, with a reputation for the highest standards of service and hospitality. The superb quality of its Spring Moon Chinese restaurant is enhanced by its elegant art-deco style decoration. Its famous tea counter with over 25 selected Chinese teas and professionally trained tea masters in attendance add to the dining experience.

More than 30 special Spring Moon dishes will be served on Cathay Pacific flights. Among them "Prawns with Snow Fungus and Chrysanthemum in a Clear Broth", which was created exclusively for Cathay Pacific by Chef Ho Pui Yung, Executive Chef - Spring Moon of The Peninsula. The unusual combination of seafood and chrysanthemum came about when Chef Ho, while tasting a new seafood dish, refreshed himself with a cup of chrysanthemum tea. The chrysanthemum and seafood tastes matched perfectly in his mouth, thus inspiring his new soup.

Other dishes on the menu include Lamb Chops with Leeks in Gravy, Steamed Prawns with Egg White Sauce, Braised Beef Brisket with Broad Bean Sauce and Steamed Sliced Sea Bass with Preserved Vegetables.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Inflight Services Quince Chong said: "We are delighted to offer Cathay Pacific passengers the chance to sample dishes from one of Hong Kong's finest restaurants at the world's top hotel. This partnership demonstrates once again our commitment to offer premium inflight dining to our passengers."

The Peninsula Hong Kong's Hotel Manager, Rainy Chan said: "We are extremely honoured to be the first hotel invited by Cathay Pacific to participate in this successful promotion to showcase the best gourmet dishes Hong Kong has to offer."



Spring Moon's Chef Ho Pui Yung demonstrates the cooking of Lamb Chops with Leeks in Gravy, one of the signature dishes in Cathay Pacific's new "Best Chinese Food in the Air" menu.


Chef Ho Pui Yung of Spring Moon (left) shares the secrets of his unique recipe with Chef Wun Pak Shun of Cathay Pacific Catering Services (right).


Chef Wun Pak Shun of Cathay Pacific Catering Services delivers the new menu from The Peninsula to Cathay Pacific flights.


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Old April 23rd, 2004, 01:18 PM   #47
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Dragon Air is a regional airline based in Hong Kong
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14 April 2004
BEST AIRLINE - CHINA FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR

(HONG KONG) Dragonair has been voted Best Airline - China for the third consecutive year in the Skytrax passenger survey.

Conducted by Skytrax Research of the UK, the world's "largest" passenger survey was undertaken over the 10 months from June 2003 to March 2004, with the number of eligible nominations for Airline of the Year totalling 10.8 million.

"To be voted Best Airline - China for a third consecutive year in the Skytrax survey is a huge compliment by the travelling public to all the staff at Dragonair," said Chief Executive Officer Stanley Hui. "The results reaffirm that Dragonair remains the airline of choice to the China Mainland.
He continued: "In the best traditions of Hong Kong, we are dedicated to bringing the best possible travel experience to our customers, and recognition of our efforts in this survey will encourage us to aim for even greater heights of satisfaction in future."

Mr. Hui also congratulated Hong Kong International Airport, which was named Airport of the Year for the fourth year in a row following voting by 4.8 million travellers.
"Dragonair's service in the air and Hong Kong International Airport's facilities and service on the ground make an unbeatable combination as the aviation gateway to China, and we are committed to maintaining that position," he said.

The independent Skytrax survey asks travellers to name Best in Category airlines "from a qualitative aspect - encompassing the quality of front-line product and service in both airport and onboard areas".
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Old April 23rd, 2004, 01:21 PM   #48
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DOUBLE-DIGIT RISES IN PASSENGER AND FREIGHT NUMBERS IN MARCH21 April 2004

(HONG KONG) Passenger numbers and cargo volumes both posted double-digit month-on-month rises in March, taking freight to a new monthly record.

Strong demand over the month resulted in a 24.9% jump in the number of people flying compared with February: 346,969 passengers, up from 277,702. The number was also higher than the 296,586 passengers that Dragonair flew in March 2003, a month when the impact of the SARS outbreak first began to be felt on travel.

"Business travel continues to be strong," said Chief Executive Officer Stanley Hui. "However, the yield overall remains under pressure."

A double-digit increase was also recorded in the amount of cargo uplifted in March compared with both one month earlier and the same month in 2003.

Dragonair carried 27,485 tonnes of freight, up 17.0% on February and 18.7% on March last year. The figure was a monthly record for the airline, beating the previous mark of 26,452 tonnes set in November 2003.

"The first quarter was very strong for us, with 13,659 more tonnes carried in the first three months of this year than were carried in the same period last year," said Mr. Hui.

"The main reasons behind the year-on-year rise are the increases we have implemented in frequency. These have been underpinned by the general strength of the cargo market, especially in Hong Kong and the Mainland."

He continued: "We expect the strong momentum to be carried forward into April."
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Old April 29th, 2004, 02:35 PM   #49
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Cathay Pacific kicks off Lantau tree planting programme

Cathay Pacific Airways today kicked off a new programme to plant 10,000 tress in a Lantau country park as part of an environment regeneration programme.

Airline staff, their families and members of the Cathay Pacific "I Can Fly" community programme planted the first 800 saplings at Pak Kung Au, Lantau Peak, Lantau Island. Among the 10,000 trees to be planted over the next three years will be 8 native and 6 exotic species.

They were joined by Cathay Pacific Director Corporate Development Tony Tyler, Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department Deputy Director Lau Sin Pang, JP, Friends of the Earth Director Mei Ng and TV personality Ada Choi. This is the second time that Cathay Pacific has sponsored the Friends of the Earth Corporate Afforestation Scheme, which is also supported by the Government's Agriculture and Fisheries Department. In 1998, the airline took part in a similar tree planting scheme in Sai Kung Country Park.

Cathay Pacific Director Corporate Development Tony Tyler said: "Cathay Pacific is a committed supporter of environmental projects in Hong Kong and we are delighted to be able to be a part of a tree planting programme located close to our headquarters on Lantau Island."

The airline's Environment Office has initiated a number of projects to improve environmental standards, including cabin air quality monitoring and implementing a comprehensive waste strategy for ground and inflight operations. Cathay Pacific staff also participate in various activities to increase their awareness of the importance of environmental issues.



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Cathay Pacific wins Platinum SuperBrand award

Cathay Pacific Airways today was pleased to announce it received a Platinum award in the Reader’s Digest Asia’s SuperBrands Survey 2004. The airline has been a SuperBrand winner in a number of previous years.

The survey seeks to identify the most appealing brands to Asian consumers across 41 categories. “SuperBrand” status is given to those that win customers’ recognition for outstanding quality and service.

The survey was carried out in six key Asian markets: Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. More than 6,000 people joined the survey, 1,000 in each country. Nielsen Media Research evaluated the survey results.

Respondents were, unprompted, asked to name their most preferred brand for each category, then rate that brand on a scale of 1 to 5 for five key attributes: quality, value, trustworthiness, strong image and understanding customers’ needs.

To achieve the SuperBrands status, a company needs a high level of consumer awareness plus outstanding performance on the five key attributes section.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Corporate Communication Alan Wong said: "We are delighted to be awarded Platinum SuperBrand status from the Reader's Digest and its readers. We would like to thank all of our customers who voted for us as and our dedicated staff who made it possible."
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Old May 3rd, 2004, 05:42 AM   #51
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CX is indeed one of my favorite airlines in Asia. Hopefully I will have a chance to fly them on my way back from the Philippines next January. BTW thanks for the pics, City of Life!
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Old May 6th, 2004, 06:49 AM   #52
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Never been on CX, but I heard the service is great, nice asian food, good customer service. but this comes at a premium tho, means higher air fares compared to SIA. I still like to travel on SIA 777. Just good service all round.
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Old May 7th, 2004, 05:37 PM   #54
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05 May 2004

Cathay Pacific announces succession plans

Mr. James Hughes-Hallett, Chairman of Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., will be leaving Hong Kong at the end of the year to take up a new role in London as Chairman of John Swire & Sons Ltd.

Subject to the Board’s approval, Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive David Turnbull will succeed Mr. Hughes-Hallett to become Chairman of the airline. Director and Chief Operating Officer Philip Chen will succeed Mr. Turnbull to become Chief Executive. Director Corporate Development Tony Tyler will succeed Mr. Chen to become Chief Operating Officer.

Mr. Turnbull, born in 1955, has been a director of the company since January 1994. He was appointed Managing Director in December 1996 and has been Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive since July 1998. He is also currently Chairman of Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd., and a director of Swire Pacific Ltd. and John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd. He joined the Swire group in 1976.

Mr. Chen, born in 1955, has been a director and Chief Operating Officer of the airline since July 1998. He joined the Swire group in 1977.

Mr. Tyler, born in 1955, joined the Swire group in 1977. He was appointed to the position of Director Corporate Development in November 1996.
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Tuesday May 11, 7:13 PM

Cathay Pacific April Traffic Up 6% Vs Mar;Cargo Vol Dn

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Tuesday its passenger traffic for April rose 6% on month due to a rebounding world economy and an uptick in leisure travel out of Hong Kong.

The airline said it carried 1.10 million passengers last month, up from 1.04 million in March. April's passenger load factor averaged 77%, up from 73.6% in March.

Cargo volumes in April eased to 76,992 tons from a record 89,640 tons in the previous month, mainly due to long holidays in China and Japan in April. The airline's cargo load factor fell to 69.8% from 73% previously.

The company said it had carried more than 1 million passengers and more than 78,000 tons of cargo each month in the January to April period.

"These figures are higher than those for the same four-month period in 2002, a very good year," the company said in a statement.
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There are recurring rumours that CX is not very happy with its 346 and could dump them (they are leased right now) in favour of B777-300ER. I suppose Airbus will try to give them a good deal on the newest 346IGW that Emirates ordered last year.

I think we will have an answer to that question this year as traffic is rebounding.
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As far as I know, CX is really not satisfied with their 346~~~

Cathay Pacific wins Robb Report 'Best of the Best' Award

Cathay Pacific Airways today is pleased to announce it has been named the winner of the United States' most prestigious luxury lifestyle and travel award. Cathay Pacific was the world's only airline named "Best of the Best" in the 16th annual Robb Report awards for the "world’s most exceptional products and services".

Robb Report is the international authority on the luxury lifestyle. Each month, the magazine reports on issues and trends affecting the affluent market, with coverage of exclusive events and features on exceptional automobiles, motorcycles, aircraft, art, jewellery, watches, fashion, wines, homes and travel.

The award was decided upon the independent reports of travel writers and editors from around the world in the course of the past year. Cathay Pacific was cited for its ability to provide First Class travellers with "spacious sleeper seats, scrumptious menu selections, world-class lounges, and first-rate hospitality".

Cathay Pacific Director Service Delivery Robert Cutler said: "We strive to provide the very best service to all our customers, both on the ground and in the air. Cathay Pacific being recognised as the "Best of the Best" is testament to our commitment to all our passengers and to the hard work and dedication of all our staff. We are delighted to receive this award."
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OAG Airline of the Year Awards

Best Trans-Pacific Airline
Winner: Cathay Pacific Airways

04 June 2004
Cathay Pacific garners double recognitions

Cathay Pacific Airways’ superior facilities and customer services have been honoured with two awards recently.

The Airline has been voted as having the word’s best lounge in the 2004 Skytrax survey. In addition, Cathay Pacific has also been named “best of the best” in the Top Service Award voted by readers of Next Magazine.

The Airline Lounge survey conducted by world renowned consulting firm Skytrax Research attracted more than 1.4 million eligible nominations during a 10-month survey period.

The airline’s Passenger Lounges at the HKIA, the Wing and the Pier, take the top honour in the overall Best Lounge category. It also got top ratings for both Best First Class Lounge and Best Business Class Lounge.

Voters were asked to consider a range of criteria including Seating Capacity, Lounge Decor and Ambience, Business Facilities, Washrooms, Showers and Leisure Amenities, Food and Beverage Selections, Efficiency of Staff and Friendliness and Attitude of Lounge Staff.

On the other hand, Cathay Pacific has, for the eight consecutive year, won the Top Service Award in the airline category in a survey conducted by Next Magazine, one of the most widely circulated weekly general interest magazine in Hong Kong.

This year, the Airline is also granted the Top Service Gold Award, as the public ballot of Cathay Pacific has topped the winners from the twenty categories.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Inflight Services Quince Chong said, “We are delighted to see the hard work from our staff receives recognitions from the public. My heartfelt thanks go to every one of them. We shall continue our commitment to furnish ‘Service Straight from the Heart’ to our customers in the future.”

Comments submitted alongside the votes to CX from readers include: “CX cares for its customers”, “integrated high technology into its service”, “its services has the human touch”, “taking into consideration the local tastes, from inflight meals to IFE”, “staff willing to take up extra works”, “The Company listens what its staff say”, and “The Management is considerate”.
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