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Old November 4th, 2007, 06:08 PM   #981
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Old November 4th, 2007, 06:19 PM   #982
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^ I thought so, too. Maybe these are retrofitted / newer aircraft? I haven't looked up the registrations yet.
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國泰招聘會反應遜年初
市道好轉 服務業競爭人才加劇


2007年11月5日







【明報專訊】當空中小姐,穿上漂亮制服翱翔天際,周遊列國,薪金亦不俗,一直是不少少女的理想職業。國泰昨日舉辦機艙服務員招聘日,雖然仍有近900人應徵,但反應明顯不及過往熱烈。國泰坦言,經濟好轉,服務業人手需求大,公司在招聘方面有一定壓力。有人力資源顧問認為,市道一片唱好,令機艙服務員的待遇吸引力下降。

國泰下年請1200普通話空服員

昨晨8時多開始,國泰派發900個可供即場面試的籌,至早上11時,仍有十多個籌還未派出。而今年3月的招聘會中,900個籌於15分鐘內迅即派完。國泰機艙服務員經理薛倩兒說,下年度將會招聘1200名普通話機艙服務員,比本年多200人。

她說,市道好轉,令服務業在招聘人才時競爭更劇烈,但仍希望今年能一如以往請到足夠合適人選。目前機艙服務員月入約1.5萬元,她相信這份工作仍有一定吸引力。雖然最低學歷要求為中五程度,但薛倩兒說,應徵者中大學畢業生仍佔多數,男性應徵者人數亦有增加。

人事顧問:萬五元月薪不算吸引

合眾人事顧問公司總經理蘇漢忠表示,機艙服務員的主要條件為語言和溝通能力,現時市道暢旺,對這類人才需求甚殷。他說,現時此類人才選擇甚多,不單一向深受求職者歡迎的國泰請人較難,政府職位亦鬧人才荒。蘇說,現時一般在私人機構任職的大學畢業生月薪不少於1.2萬元,機艙服務員的月薪連津貼不足1.5萬元,不算太吸引。

蘇漢忠解釋,該行業流失率高,一般畢業生工作三四年後,便會另覓工時較穩定及前途較好的工作。

昨日排頭位的黃宏基,清晨4時45分已抵達會場。他自小患癲癇症,現時仍有病發和需要服藥。他曾在地產公司任職,但曾因壓力大而抽筋入院。他覺得「空中少爺」大部分時間都是在機艙走廊「行行企企」,比較輕鬆,希望工作4年後能儲夠買樓的首期。

黃說面試前很緊張,「突然想如廁又不敢去」,對於成功獲聘的信心只是「6比4」﹕6成信心來自流利的閩南話,欠缺的4成信心是由於自己情緒容易高漲,面對壓力時容易崩潰。黃宏基最後成功進入第二輪面試。
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Old November 5th, 2007, 10:29 AM   #984
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Old November 5th, 2007, 11:45 AM   #985
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If Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, Hong Kong Express and Hong Kong airlines were to land their entire fleets at HKG, would there be enough room to park all their planes? I've always wondered that since that is their home base.
If all 150+ airplanes stays at the airport during very very rare cases, such as outbreak of SARS. There won't be enough room to park all airplanes, even with the use of long-term parking stands west of the control towers. I know Singapore airport used one runway to park tons of Singapore airlines airplanes when most of the flights were cancelled during SARS back in 2003. HKIA will do the same, if it need more parking space.
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Old November 5th, 2007, 01:57 PM   #986
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Old November 5th, 2007, 08:24 PM   #987
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IATA Launches Paper-free Air Freight Project
November 05, 2007 21:19 PM


KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 5 (Bernama) -- The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has teamed up with seven cargo airlines, freight forwarders and ground handling agents to kick-start the move to a paper-free air cargo environment with the launch of six e-freight pilot projects.

Among the cargo airlines are Air Canada, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, KLM, Martinair, SAS and Singapore Airlines. The freight forwarders included DHL Global Forwarding, Panalpina, Kuehne+Nagel, Schenker, TMI Group-Roadair and Jetspeed.

In a statement released in Geneva today, IATA said cargo on key trade routes connecting Canada, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Singapore, Sweden and the UK would be processed electronically.

IATA director/chief executive officer, Giovanni Bisignani, said the pilots would pave the way for a global rollout of e-freight that would eliminate the paper that costs this industry US$1.2 billion (US$1=RM3.35) every year.

"e-freight is a revolution for the airline industry as it is a US$55 billion business that generates 12 percent of their revenues.

"The pilots will systematically test for the first time common standards, processes, procedures and systems designed to replace paper documents that typically accompany air freight with electronic information," he said.

Bisignani said the e-freight required that business, technical and legal frameworks were in place to allow airlines, freight forwarders, Customs administrations and governments seamlessly to exchange electronic information and e-documents.

"High oil prices and cumbersome processing requirements are handicapping air transport's competitiveness with sea shipping. Sea shipping is expected to grow by six percent annually over the next five years compared with 4.8 percent for air cargo," he said.

E-freight is one of five IATA Simplifying the Business projects to improve service and cut costs.

It has set a end-2010 deadline for the implementation of e-freight wherever feasible.

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Old November 8th, 2007, 11:30 AM   #988
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Cathay Pacific: To Order 17 Boeing Aircraft
8 November 2007

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)-- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (CPCAY) said Thursday it will buy 17 Boeing aircraft with a basic price totaling US$5.20 billion to replenish and expand its fleet capacity.

The airline said in a statement it will buy 10 Boeing 747 freighters and seven Boeing 777-300ER planes.

Cathay Pacific said it expects the planes to be delivered from 2009 to 2012.

The company said it will pay for the transaction in six installments and fund the deal through commercial bank loans, other debt instruments, or cash from its operations.
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Ouch. That's a big freighter order.
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I wonder why Cathay is not ordering any of the new Boeing 787?
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Maybe they're waiting for the 787-10.
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HONG KONG (Dow Jones)-- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (CPCAY) said Thursday it will buy 17 Boeing aircraft with a basic price totaling US$5.20 billion to replenish and expand its fleet capacity.

The airline said in a statement it will buy 10 Boeing 747 freighters and seven Boeing 777-300ER planes.

Cathay Pacific said it expects the planes to be delivered from 2009 to 2012.

The company said it will pay for the transaction in six installments and fund the deal through commercial bank loans, other debt instruments, or cash from its operations.
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--777-300ER's design is really ugly!!!
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Here's the Boeing press release :

http://www.boeing.com/commercial/new...71108c_nr.html

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國泰推員工睇病需「用者自付」
11月 08日 星期四 05:30AM

(星島日報)

經常出現薪酬福利爭拗的國泰航空 ,又向員工宣布更改十年不變的醫療福利政策,明年起每名員工免費看門診及專科醫生的福利將被削減,引入用者自付原則,每次員工最少須繳付五十元診金,並在薪酬發放時自動扣除。新措施令員工憤怒,不排除發動工業行動以示不滿。

國泰剛於本周日,向全體超過一萬六千名員工發出的最新二○○八年內部通訊,宣布明年一月一日起正式更改醫療福利政策,通訊內提出一系列員工與家屬的醫療保險計畫轉變,並介紹多款不同職級員工可享的住院、門診、意外傷亡、嚴重頑疾等保障金額上限變化,將過去沿用多年的按職級畫分的醫療計畫名稱,重新修改。

下年實施新政策

其中,全新引入的「用者自付」原則最令員工不滿。國泰取消過去多年免費看醫生的福利,明年起,每次前往公司指定普通科醫生求診時,員工須繳付五十元診金,看專科則繳付一百元;目前看專科醫生必須透過普通科轉介,換言之,每次員工看專科,必要自付一百五十元。有關診金總額,每月將透過員工發放薪金的戶口中同被扣除。

工會下周商討對策

不過,國泰同時提升每年門診保障金額的上限,以一名普通級(A級)員工為例,診金藥物費用上限,由過去一年最多五千五百元,提升至日後最多七千元;照X光及實驗室費用上限,則由過去一年最多三千六百元,提升至日後最多四千五百元。

國泰在通訊內解釋,受通脹及醫療產品價格上漲影響,有必要檢討現行醫療福利政策;國泰亦有需要善用資源。國泰聲稱,在新政策下,公司開支不減反增。

有員工對新政策大表不滿,批評新政策不但無增加員工福利,甚至是變相減薪。國泰空中服務員工會主席關笑華表示,有員工更提出罷工。

她又指,新安排要求員工「倒貼」,似是多管齊下加強控制員工請病假。工會下周將開幹事會議商討對策,並約見資方會面。

職工盟秘書長李卓人 批評,國泰經營現盈利卻削減員工福利,變相員工要自掏腰包看醫生是十分不公平,之前多項計畫已令員工大感不滿,有病也不敢看醫生帶病上機,即使今次國泰加大保障金額,也是一種虛偽措施,從無員工夠膽「用到盡」,相反怨氣充天,恐員工遲早一次過爆發難以控制。

國泰:已同時增加醫保

國泰發言人接受查詢時證實,鼓勵員工在醫療福利中採用者自付原則,已成現今企業一大趨勢,公司仍須補貼員工醫療開支,但同時對各級員工的醫療保障上限,提升兩成半至兩倍不等,相信大部分員工願意一起負上責任支付,國泰會繼續聆聽員工意見。

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IATA Starts Paperless Project
12 November 2007
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The International Air Transport Association, working with several cargo airlines and ground handling agents, kick-started the move to a paper-free air cargo industry Nov. 5 with the launch of six e-freight pilot projects that the agency says will help even the playing field with air freight competition.

"High oil prices and cumbersome processing requirements are handicapping air transport's competitiveness with sea shipping," said Giovanni Bisignani, director general and CEO of IATA. "Sea shipping is expected to grow 6 percent annually over the next five years, compared to 4.8 percent for air cargo. E-freight makes a four-decade leap, bringing strengthened competitiveness by cutting costs and improving transparency and consistency throughout the supply chain."

Cargo on key trade routes connecting Canada, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Singapore, Sweden and the United Kingdom will be processed electronically.

"This first wave of pilots will pave the way for a global rollout of e-freight that will eliminate the paper that costs this industry $1.2 billion every year," Bisignani said.

The participating airlines are Air Canada, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, KLM, Martinair, SAS and Singapore Airlines. Freight forwarders taking part include DHL Global Forwarding, Panalpina, Kuehne+Nagel, Schenker and TMI Group-Roadair.

The six pilot locations were selected on their ability to meet program criteria along with their network connectivity and sufficient cargo volume.

During the initial phase, selected shipments will travel without a number of key documents that make up the majority of the paperwork, including the house and master air waybills. Results from the pilot project will be used to expand e-freight to other territories.

While ambitious, the program also has attracted criticism from small and mid-sized forwarders who say only their larger competitors can afford the systems that support paperless processing.

The industry has set a deadline of the end of 2010 for the implementation of e-freight wherever feasible.
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Cathay sees cargo growth, unfazed on low-cost rivals

SYDNEY, Nov 13 (Reuters) - Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd said on Tuesday it saw plenty of opportunity to expand its cargo business and was confident of combating increased competition from budget airlines.

Chief Executive Tony Tyler said cargo revenues this year would not be as high as the 30 percent of total revenue they had reached in the past, in part due to increased competition and structural issues, but demand was picking up.

"This year's been a bit soggy for cargo, however the last few months have built up and in fact the current peak that we're experiencing in terms of demand is the best ever," Tyler told a business lunch in Sydney.

"We're expecting the market to grow well, but we're also expecting to grow our share of it. We're a bit underpowered at the moment in our own hub, and we see plenty of opportunity to increase market share."

Cathay, Asia's No.3 carrier, last week announced its biggest single aircraft order. The order, for 17 Boeing passenger and cargo jets with a catalogue price of US$5.2 billion, will boost its combined fleet by one-third to 196 aircraft by 2012.

"For freighters and for longhaul aircraft we're where we need to be," Tyler said when asked about further acquisition plans.

"We will need some more regional aircraft before then, I can't say what or how many, but I think that's probably the only gap that we've got to fill between now and that time."

Tyler said he was confident premium services could thrive against low-cost airlines.

"Don't get me wrong, we are very conscious of the fact that there are start ups and no-frill airlines out there who are eyeing our business, and why not, it's a big pie," Tyler said.

"All I can say is that it's a tough business and we don't intend to give an inch," he said, adding Cathay was unlikely to turn Chinese carrier Dragonair, which it bought last year, into a low-cost arm.

He said Cathay continued to hedge fuel prices in the face of record oil prices.

"We're about 40 percent hedged for the rest of this year and I think overall about 30 percent for next year, at the moment." (Reporting by Ben Wilson, editing by Jonathan Standing)
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Cathay Pacific releases combined traffic figures for October 2007
13 November 2007
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Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for October 2007 that show a healthy growth in both passenger numbers and cargo tonnage for the month.

In October the two airlines carried a total of 2,038,077 passengers, a rise of 6.8% on the same month last year. The passenger load factor climbed by 2.3 percentage points to 80.8% while capacity, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), was up 4.4%. For the year to date, the 3.0% increase in passenger numbers is ahead of a capacity rise of 1.8%

On the cargo side, Cathay Pacific and Dragonair between them carried a total of 153,549 tonnes of freight last month, a rise of 6.6% year on year. October's capacity was up 8.3%, while the cargo and mail load factor dipped by 1.0 percentage points to 68.8%. So far this year cargo tonnage has risen by 3.0% against a capacity rise of 6.9%.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management, Sales & Distribution Ian Shiu said: "It was another high load factor in October and our passenger numbers were boosted by additional flights to destinations such as Melbourne and San Francisco. Front-end business, especially on long-haul routes, remained strong, as it has throughout 2007. Capacity is set to climb further in the coming months, with more new aircraft and further flight enhancements, but we expect passenger demand to remain high."

Cathay Pacific Director & General Manager Cargo Ron Mathison said: "October saw another healthy tonnage growth, boosted once again by demand out of Mainland China and heavy traffic on routes such as Australia and India. As we moved into the seasonal peak there were indications that we could see a big pickup in demand, though Northeast Asia remains a concern with yields still under considerable pressure."

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