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Cathay Pacific April Passengers Up 8.8% On Year To 2.25 Mln
12 May 2009

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Tuesday it carried 8.8% more passengers in April than a year earlier, helped by growth in demand during the Easter holidays.

The Hong Kong-based airline and its China-focused unit, Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Ltd., carried 2.25 million passengers for the month, while air cargo traffic fell 13% to 123,179 metric tons. Year-earlier figures weren't provided.

The airline said the rise in passenger numbers in April was mainly because Easter fell in a different month last year, but it said its price-cutting measures for economy class tickets stimulated some demand for parts of the month.

'The slump in demand for premium traffic continued unabated across the network, and this, combined with lower fares and adverse currency movements, again placed significant downward pressure on yields,' said Tom Owen, Cathay Pacific's general manager for revenue management.

For the month, Cathay Pacific's passenger revenue, as measured by revenue passenger kilometers, rose 5.3% to 7.89 billion RPKs, while passenger capacity, as measured in available seat kilometers, rose 1.1% to 9.54 billion ASKs.

Its passenger load factor for April rose 3.2 percentage points from a year earlier to 82.6%.
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Make masks compulsory for Cathay cabin crew, union urges
14 May 2009
South China Morning Post

Cathay Pacific should make wearing masks compulsory for cabin crew to guard against swine flu, a union demanded yesterday following confirmation of the first case involving the airline.

Becky Kwan Siu-wa, chairwoman of the 5,000-member Cathay Pacific Flight Attendants Union, said stringent procedures should be adopted. "Now there is a confirmed case on the airline, the company should act tougher," Ms Kwan said.

On May 2, the airline allowed flight attendants to wear masks if they wanted after Secretary for Food and Health York Chow Yat-ngok appealed for it to respond to staff fears over swine flu, and repeated calls by the union.

"I hope that the company not only allows us to choose to wear masks but makes wearing masks compulsory now," Ms Kwan said.

"Our union will definitely urge staff to wear masks and wash hands frequently. This can protect ourselves as well as others," Ms Kwan added.

Dane Cheng Ting-yat, Cathay's general manager for corporate communications, did not say whether the airline would require cabin crew to wear masks.

"Crew members are allowed to wear masks if they want to," he said, adding that the airline's current guidelines were effective in preventing the spread of communicable diseases.

Mr Cheng said the company had stepped up cleaning and disinfection of its planes and the replacement of all used pillows, blankets and headset covers since the flu outbreak last month.

"At all our check-in counters {hellip} we also advise all passengers that if they feel unwell with flu-like symptoms they should immediately identify themselves to our staff for assistance or defer their travel until they have recovered or sought medical attention" he said.

He said airlines had the authority to ban sick passengers from boarding a plane.

Rose Ong, head of Cathay's corporate medical department, said: "If someone really feels sick on our plane, we will then offer him a mask and tissues. We will also assign a crew member to take care of him exclusively. If we can, we will also arrange a seat where he can be separated from others."
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九成國泰機師願放無薪假
19 May 2009
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為削減營運開支,國泰航空向員工推出的特別無薪假計畫,因機師早前反應冷淡,以及國泰與機師制定新合約條款,延至昨日截止交回同意書。國泰表示,百分之九十一點五機師已接受無薪假計畫及轉換新合約條款,遠多於上次僅兩成三機師同意。國泰航空行政總裁湯彥麟昨日表示,已有超過九成機師簽署同意特別無薪假計畫。

最初僅23%同意

國泰特別無薪假計畫原於本月十日截止,國泰機艙服務員及地面員工,分別有九成八及八成六人支持;港龍有九成七機艙服務員及七成三機師支持。相比下,國泰機師反應十分冷淡,起初僅兩成三人同意,國泰遂提供新合約條款給機師選擇,昨日截止回覆,最終有近九成二機師同意。國泰現有二千五百名機師,國泰及港龍航空分別有一萬七千及二千五百名員工。國泰特別無薪假計畫下月起推出,至明年四月三十日止,按員工四個職級分別放一至四星期無薪假,員工會於六月至十一月間每月被扣薪,減薪幅度介乎百分之三點八至十五點三八。

針對人類豬流感疾病,國泰將按照政府有關當局發出的政策及指引處理。記者 張一華
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Old May 20th, 2009, 03:13 PM   #1387
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93pc of Cathay Pacific pilots agree to unpaid leave amid recession
20 May 2009
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More than nine out of 10 Cathay Pacific pilots have agreed to take unpaid leave after a last-minute rush which saw about 1,300 cockpit crew sign up for it in the final 72 hours before the deadline.

Only about 40 per cent of the airline's pilots had agreed to take unpaid leave by Friday, sparking worried last-minute appeals from management and putting in jeopardy parts of the new contracts being offered to pilots who signed up.

By the deadline of noon on Monday, however - more than a month after they were first asked to help the airline save money by taking unpaid leave - 93 per cent, or more than 2,300 of the airline's 2,500 pilots, had consented.

While all but about 200 pilots eventually agreed to take unpaid leave, only some 50 per cent of those eligible signed up for the new conditions of service allowing them to extend their retirement age. Hundreds of younger pilots opted not to.

Overall, more than 96 per cent of Cathay Pacific cabin crew and 99.9 per cent of ground staff agreed to take unpaid leave, and chief executive Tony Tyler described the response in the company's internal newsletter as "fantastic".

"I cannot thank staff enough," he said. "Preserving cash has become our top priority and the staff costs we save as a result of the special leave scheme will be a very big help {hellip} I can assure you your support will not be forgotten."

John Findlay, general secretary of the main pilots' union, the Aircrew Officers Association, said: "The numbers supporting the special leave scheme is a strong statement from the pilots of Cathay Pacific that they are indeed committed to the future prosperity of their airline."
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Cathay Pacific extends passenger fuel surcharge

The FINANCIAL -- Cathay Pacific Airways on May 22 announced a two-month extension of its current fuel surcharges as approved by the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (CAD).

The surcharges of HK$52 (US$6.7) for short-haul services in North and South East Asia and HK$239 (US$30.6) for long-haul services will be extended from 1June to 31 July 2009.

A Cathay Pacific spokesman said: “The airline’s fuel surcharges continue to be lower than those of other international airlines on comparable routes outside Hong Kong. As CAD has pointed out, it remains an international practice for airlines to levy passenger fuel surcharges.”
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Cathay Pacific boosts connections from Pearl River Delta with new check-in service in downtown Shenz

The FINANCIAL -- Cathay Pacific Airways on May 20 announced its latest measure to enhance connectivity between Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) and the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region with a new service that allows passengers to check in for the flights from downtown Shenzhen.

Travellers can have their boarding passes issued at the check-in counter located in the Shenzhen Kingkey Banner Center for the airline’s flights departing from Hong Kong, completing their check-in procedures before taking cross-boundary land transportation to the airport.

"Upon arrival at HKIA, passengers with baggage can go straight to the Cathay Pacific Self Check-in Bag Drop counter. Those without check-in baggage can proceed straight to Immigration, speeding up the process of getting to their flight. Passengers departing from Shenzhen will need to arrive at the downtown check-in counter at least 150 minutes before the scheduled departure time of their flight," Cathay Pacific announces.

The Shenzhen downtown check-in facility is an extension of the “upstream” check-in service already being offered to Cathay Pacific passengers at Shenzhen International Airport and those travelling between Shekou, Fuyong, Humen, Macau and HKIA’s SkyPier by cross-boundary ferry.

The new service will further strengthen Hong Kong’s dual role as leading international aviation hub and gateway to the Mainland by creating seamless connections between the Pearl River Delta region and international flights departing from Hong Kong.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Sales, PRD & Hong Kong James Tong said: “We have been offering through-check services for passengers to and from PRD since 2005 as part of a continued effort to strengthen transportation links between Hong Kong and neighbouring cities in the region. We are pleased to launch this new check-in service from downtown Shenzhen which we are sure will be welcomed by travellers from the PRD region.”
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HK Govt OKs Cathay Pacific's Plan To Extend Fuel Surcharges
22 May 2009

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Friday it received approval from the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department to extend its fuel surcharges for two months.

Cathay Pacific said in a statement the fuel surcharge for short-haul flights will remain at HK$52 (US$6.70), while the surcharge for long-haul flights will be kept at HK$239 from June 1 to July 31.
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Cathay takes pain out of typhoon delays
30 May 2009
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Airport chaos and flight delays caused by typhoons and other factors are the nightmare of travellers.

But the Airport Authority and Cathay Pacific Airways unveiled plans yesterday to lessen the effects of such disruptions on travellers.

More rooms would be dedicated to accommodating Cathay Pacific and Dragonair travellers facing long delays because of typhoons, Algernon Yau, Cathay Pacific's general manager at Hong Kong International Airport, said.

The area between the level 7 departure hall and the Airport Express train platform would be used for waiting passengers, he said. More signs would be put up to direct them to the right queues. Travellers would be able to see the signs at the airport hotel, on the Airport Express platform and at bus stops and car parks. The level 6 waiting deck leading up to the check-in aisle would also be used as a waiting zone.

Cathay says it encourages passengers to use different sources of information, for example, the internet, e-mail and mobile-phone messaging services, rather than relying on its hotline alone. Passengers can receive mobile phone text messages about flights delayed more than 30 minutes if they sign up to the "NotiFLY" service available through the Cathay Pacific and Dragonair websites.

A support team of 130 Cathay staff will be in place to assist at airport check-in desks during weather disruptions.

The team would comprise off-duty cabin crew members, the airline said.

Cathay and the Airport Authority will improve their communications when it comes to updating the airline's flight schedules to ensure their accuracy. To this end, a hotline between Cathay and the authority has been set up.

Drills to testing the measures were held in March and last month.
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Cathay Pacific: No Fundraising Plans In Capital Mkt For Now
13 May 2009

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Wednesday it sees no improvement in forward bookings that have been hurt by the economic slump, but that it is able to weather the downturn for now.

Cathay Chairman Christopher Pratt said the carrier has no plan for fundraising in the capital markets, adding that its balance sheet is in good shape compared with peer airlines.

Cathay said it had no plan to sell its stake in engineering services firm Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. (0044.HK). Haeco is controlled by Cathay and its parent, the conglomerate Swire Pacific Ltd. (0019.HK).
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Cathay Pacific Introduces Manage My Booking Service
June 01, 2009 18:47 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 (Bernama) -- Passengers of Cathay Pacific now can manage their own travel itineraries with the launch of the airline's latest online service called "Manage My Booking".

The new function on the Cathay Pacific website enables all passengers to retrieve the most updated flight status and edit their personal information previously only available to the Marco Polo Club and Asia Miles members, it said in a statement Monday.

"We encourage all passengers flying with us to get the latest update on their flight status through 'Manage My Booking' before departing for the airport to help them enjoy a seamless travel experience," said the airline's e-business manager Lawrence Fong.

"We will progressively introduce more self-services such as managing special services requests and seat reservation later this year," he said.

Cathay Pacific has introduced a series of online services over the past few years, including online booking, downloadable timetables, online check-in, self check-in kiosks at the airport, a self-print boarding pass facility and mobile check-in.

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I notice they have improved the pricing page. You can now see the prices by dates rather than force-select the flight, then click to get the fare on the next page.
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I notice they have improved the pricing page. You can now see the prices by dates rather than force-select the flight, then click to get the fare on the next page.
That function has been working since some time last summer (2008.)
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That function has been working since some time last summer (2008.)
This one? I was pretty sure this is new. I browse the fares all the time!

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This one? I was pretty sure this is new. I browse the fares all the time!

yeah, i booked through the old system once in july last year, and then another one through the new system last september. so i am pretty sure it was launched somewhere in between. unless, hong kong page is different than the us page.
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