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Old September 18th, 2008, 04:18 AM   #1181
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Old September 22nd, 2008, 05:02 AM   #1182
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Cathay Pacific pilot faces murder charge over seaside death
19 September 2008
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A senior Cathay Pacific first officer is due to appear in Eastern Court this morning charged with murder after a man died in a seaside brawl near Shek O at the weekend.

David Chan, 33, who flies Airbus A340 planes for the Hong Kong airline, was being held in custody last night with seven other suspects charged with murdering 36-year-old Leung Chi-wing at Big Wave Bay last Saturday.

Chan, who joined Cathay Pacific in December 1998 and lives in Tung Chung, phoned his employers to say he was "unfit for duty" following his arrest.

The married pilot first appeared in court on Tuesday accused of murder, along with TVB director Ip Chun-fai, 34, director Sody Ko King-tat, 48, clerk Wong Sze-ho, 34, merchant Nelson Chow Kai-keung, 36, electrician Ngan Sun-chi, 48, and Chu Siu-keung, 32.

No pleas were taken and the men were remanded in custody until this morning pending further inquiries and an identification parade.

Later on Tuesday, an eighth suspect - a 45-year-old man surnamed Ngan - surrendered to police and was arrested. Last night he was charged with one count of murder and will appear in Eastern Court today.

A spokeswoman for Cathay Pacific said yesterday: "We can confirm that David Chan is a first officer on our Airbus fleet.

"He has been with Cathay for 10 years. He has informed the company that he is unfit for duty."

An airline insider said Chan had not been removed from flying duties, although it was likely the company would suspend him on full pay pending the outcome of the court proceedings.

"He is presumed innocent until proved otherwise," the source said. "As far as the airline is concerned, he has reported himself unfit for duty. They will obviously monitor the situation and see how it develops."

Chan is a member of the Aircrew Officers Association, which extends legal assistance to member pilots in certain circumstances. It is not known whether Chan has approached the association for help.

"I am aware of the case, but it is not something I am able to comment on at this stage," John Findlay, the association's general secretary, said.
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Old September 24th, 2008, 11:52 AM   #1183
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Cathay Pacific targets pharmaceutical industry with launch of latest cargo product
22 September 2008
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Cathay Pacific Airways has launched its latest cargo product targeted specifically at the needs of the pharmaceutical industry. Pharma LIFT has been developed to cater for pharmaceutical shipments that need careful temperature management throughout their journey to ensure the products arrive in perfect condition.

Pharma LIFT ensures priority handling and a coordinated shipment process with multiple checkpoints throughout the journey. In Cathay Pacific’s Hong Kong hub, a dedicated Pharma LIFT team is assigned to look after every shipment. The warehouses used by the airline in Hong Kong are equipped with sophisticated, well-managed cool rooms maintained at specific temperatures, and most Cathay Pacific overseas stations are equipped with similar cool-room facilities.

There are four service features of Pharma LIFT:

Active Pharma is supported by dry ice-based containers for frozen or chilled products. Heating and Cooling Pharma is supported by thermostat-controlled, air-conditioned system containers with compressor cooling and electrical heating for temperatures ranging from 2 to 20 degrees Celsius.
Passive Pharma enables shipments to travel at the most desirable ambient temperature in the range 2-8 degrees Celsius.

Room Temperature Pharma ensures shipments are protected from extreme changes in temperature and weather.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing Titus Diu said: “We are pleased to add Pharma LIFT to our range of LIFT products to meet the special needs of the pharmaceutical market, and in particular the fast-growing biopharmaceutical sector. With the pharmaceutical industry burgeoning in Asia on both the manufacturing and consumer fronts, we believe our product will quickly find a niche among shippers.”

Cathay Pacific currently offers a total of eight LIFT products catering for the specialist needs of its customers. Alongside Pharma LIFT, the airline also offers Priority LIFT, Courier LIFT, Secure LIFT, DG LIFT, Fresh LIFT, Live Animal LIFT and Expert LIFT. Find out more at under the Products section at www.cathaypacificcargo.com.
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Old September 25th, 2008, 08:55 AM   #1184
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Old September 25th, 2008, 06:51 PM   #1185
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Does Cathay Pacific have any plan to buy A380 planes??
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Old September 25th, 2008, 08:15 PM   #1186
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Hello, I have a question:

Does Cathay Pacific have any plan to buy A380 planes??
No. CX isn't in a vision to order giant plane to carry lots of people at once.
The airline rather has medium wide-bodies to provide multiple flights, high frequency service instead.
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Cathay's Press Release:
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Old September 26th, 2008, 10:29 AM   #1188
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Old October 15th, 2008, 05:52 PM   #1190
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Cathay's first, business class hit by financial turmoil
9 October 2008
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Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific has been "hit hard" by the global financial crisis with a significant drop in the number of first and business class travellers, senior managers said.

Cathay's chief executive Tony Tyler said that concern had shifted from the sky-high price of oil earlier in the year to weak passenger numbers.

"In the first half of the year the problem was very much a cost crisis caused by runaway fuel prices, but now -- in the midst of a global financial meltdown -- we are also being hit hard on the demand side," he wrote in the company's internal newsletter, released Wednesday.

"The fact that revenue growth is stalling in our biggest market, Hong Kong, is a serious worry.

"We are very exposed to the financial industry here and when banks, our biggest corporate customers, cut or even just curtail their travel plans we know we can expect to be in for a rough ride.

"I wish I had something more optimistic to say but the truth is that Cathay Pacific -- and the airline industry as a whole -- has entered another very troublesome period," he added.

The company has experienced a fall-off in passengers travelling in the most lucrative seats in both August and September, said James Tong, Cathay's general manager of sales for Hong Kong and China.

"A lot of companies are now trading down -- from first to business class, or from business to economy -- and a number are cutting travel altogether," Tong said in the same company newsletter.

"The worst hit is front-end travel for long-haul flights, with a significant drop compared to last year when there was a lot of IPO activity from mainland China companies."

Tong said he expected business could even drop off further: "This is just the beginning."

"We usually see a surge in business travel in September after the summer peak, but this year we experienced a weak August followed by a static September," he said.

In August, Cathay announced losses of 663 million Hong Kong dollars (85 million US) in the first half of 2008 due to soaring fuel prices. It has since cut the number of flights to North America.
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Old October 16th, 2008, 08:42 AM   #1191
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Hong Kong's Cathay sees first fall in passengers for 2008
13 October 2008
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Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific said Tuesday its passenger numbers in September had dropped 0.7 percent year-on-year, as it saw its first fall in traffic this year amid the global financial crisis.

Cathay said in a statement the airline and its affiliate Dragonair carried a total of 1,878,080 passengers in September. The percentage of seats sold dropped 6.7 percentage points to 72.3 percent in September, compared to the same time last year.

"We saw a further softening of our passenger business during September," said Tom Owen, the airline's general manager in revenue management.

"Demand out of our biggest market, Hong Kong, slowed significantly, particularly on the corporate sales side, while typhoons in Hong Kong and Taiwan and the post-Olympics lag also impacted revenues."

The South China Morning Post reported Tuesday that the fall in passenger numbers was the first since 2003, when air travel was drastically reduced by the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (Sars) in the city. But an airline spokeswoman said she could not confirm when its last fall was.

Owen said the airline continued to see a softening in advance bookings, particularly for the premium cabins and other sales areas more exposed to the financial services sector.

The airline said in its newsletter last week that it had been "hit hard" by the global financial crisis, with a significant drop in the number of first and business class travellers.
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Old October 17th, 2008, 06:02 PM   #1192
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Old October 18th, 2008, 05:46 PM   #1193
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Cathay Pacific and Dragonair launch World Pass promotion
13 October 2008
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Cathay Pacific Airways has announced that it has joined its sister airline Dragonair to launch a fare promotion in Hong Kong called World Pass.

The promotion offers ticket bundles with prices from HKD7,880 to HKD14,880 in Economy Class and from HKD36,880 to HKD70,380 in Business Class.

Through World Pass, customers are offered four combinations of flights: one long haul plus one short haul, one long haul plus two short haul, two long haul plus one short haul and two long haul plus two short haul.

The bundles are available for booking until 3 November and cover more than 50 destinations covered by the two airlines.
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Cathay Pacific appoints Clement Tam as Country Manager for UAE and Oman


Clement joined Cathay Pacific eight years ago in the Hong Kong head office. Since then, he has worked in a variety of departments in Hong Kong, Tokyo, Indonesia and Middle East that included Airport Management, Business Improvement and Cathay Pacific Loyalty Programme that manages the airline's Frequent Flyer Programme, Asia Miles. The last position held is that of Country Manager Bahrain & Saudi Arabia managing business in the two Kingdoms and also the offline Middle East region.

Clement said:

'The upcoming posting in the U.A.E. and Oman will further broaden my horizon in the Middle East and I am really excited.'



Clement added, 'In the climate of rising fuel cost, the recently announced service enhancement between the Middle East and Hong Kong demonstrates Cathay Pacific's long-term commitment to the GCC and the local community. Together with the extensive networks of Cathay Pacific and Dragonair, we can bring Hong Kong, China and the Far East one step closer to the people in the U.A.E. and Oman.'

'I am sure, with our very professional business partners and suppliers in the area, supported by an equally efficient team at Cathay Pacific, we will be able to offer the best customer service and care to our customers at all times,' Clement said.
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Cathay Pacific announces capacity increase to Dubai spurred by the economic growth of UAE


Customers traveling to Hong Kong and beyond to China, Far East, USA, Canada & Australia shall have the option to choose between late afternoon and midnight non-stop flights to Hong Kong; the third daily flight shall operate via Mumbai with a three-class configuration.

With the vision of His Excellency Shaikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Almakhtoom, Dubai grows at a rapid pace.

Continuous development in real estates, leisure and entertainment industries, banking and finance sectors have led to an increase in passenger and cargo traffics between Dubai, Hong Kong and China.

With high demand of business and leisure traffic between Dubai and Mumbai, Cathay Pacific Airways shall further strengthen the route by operating Boeing 747-400 with the award-winning First Class suites (2008 World airline awards run by Sky trax), the newly designed flat-bed Business Class seats, and the enhanced Economy Class seats with Audio/Video-on-Demand in-flight entertainment system.

Mr. Clement Tam, Country Manager for UAE & Oman said:


'Given the remarkable growth of UAE and Dubai in particular, we have enhanced our operation in Dubai from 20 to 24 flights per week with effect from 1st October. This service enhancement between Dubai and Hong Kong, in the current climate of rising fuel costs, demonstrates Cathay Pacific's long-term commitment to Dubai and the local community.'



'Together with Cathay Pacific and our sister airline Dragonair's extensive network to China and Asia, we shall bring Asia one step closer to the community in the Middle East.'

During the Last thirty years, Cathay pacific has established itself as a truly premium international airline in the UAE and its expanding services reflect the maturation of UAE both as a business hub and important market for aviation Industry, it further reinstates the country's and airline's invested cooperation said Mr. Omar Saeed Alnaboodah, Chairman, Alnaboodah Commercial group of companies, GSA for Cathay Pacific.
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Pilot fatigue findings in Cathay incident disputed
21 October 2008
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Flight standards authorities in Hong Kong are disputing Swedish investigators' findings that fatigue contributed to a Cathay Pacific Boeing 747's sustaining heavy damage after taxiing into its tow-tractor at Stockholm last year.

The jet had been pushed back from Stockholm Arlanda stand R9 for a service to Dubai but, shortly after the tow-tractor was disconnected from the nose-gear, the pilots started to taxi the aircraft before a ground technician had given an unambiguous all-clear signal.

It struck the tractor with its inboard left-hand Rolls-Royce RB211 engine. The rear of the vehicle penetrated the nacelle by 20-30cm (8-12in), heavily damaging the cowling, pumps, fuel lines and control units, and the engine began leaking fuel.

Swedish investigation commission SHK found both pilots had been awake for 18-20h and that the time of the collision, 03:33 on 25 June 2007, fell within the low-activity period of the body's circadian cycle. It has concluded that both pilots "were affected by fatigue".

But the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department's flight standards division says: "It is noted that the crew had been rostered to have adequate rest and there was no evidence in the report that the crew suffered from fatigue."

Although the Schopf 356 tractor had been moved a short distance, it remained out of the pilots' field of vision. SHK says that, while the pilots read the normal checklist after engine start, it "did not contain any point" concerning a "clear signal" - a thumb-up gesture showing an aircraft is clear to taxi.

Only a supplemental note in the carrier's expanded checklist informed pilots that the ground dispatcher would "clearly display" to them the steering pin removed from the nose-gear.

While SHK attributes the collision to "inadequate" checklists regarding confirmation of an all-clear signal, the Hong Kong authority says it has "difficulty in agreeing" with this conclusion, pointing out that the tractor driver and ground dispatcher had not previously performed pushback for a 747.

"We are of the view that the cause or causes should be established with due consideration of all factors and supported by the facts established in the findings," it adds.

The Arlanda tow-tractor driver, who was preparing to move the vehicle clear when he heard the 747's engines powering up, hastily abandoned it and the none of the ground personnel was injured. The accident badly damaged the tractor.

In its report into the event SHK adds that - despite the fuel leak, close to hot exhaust and electrical wiring - emergency services were not summoned to the scene for nearly an hour.
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Cathay denies British Airways takeover rumours
23 October 2008
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Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific on Thursday denied market rumours that it was planning a takeover of British Airways.

"These rumours are unfounded. We have no plans to buy British Airways," a Cathay spokeswoman said in a brief statement.

London-listed shares of BA rose on Wednesday on speculation that the firm was a takeover target.

BA is in merger talks with Spanish national carrier Iberia, but company president Willie Walsh said in an interview in early October the move would take longer than expected due to the downturn in the aviation sector.

Cathay said last week its passenger numbers had dropped in September due to the global financial crisis, its first fall since 1993.

The airline said in its company newsletter earlier this month it had been "hit hard" by the economic downturn, with a significant drop in the number of first and business class travellers.
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