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Old November 1st, 2010, 07:42 PM   #1961
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Change to what?? I thought they changed not too long ago??
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Old November 1st, 2010, 07:47 PM   #1962
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Change to what?? I thought they changed not too long ago??
The rumours and discussions were posted on page 61 of this very thread.
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Oh ok! Well hope that the seats they change it to will be even better!!
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Oh ok! Well hope that the seats they change it to will be even better!!
Well .. only rumours at this point! Maybe they won't even change.
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Old November 2nd, 2010, 12:51 PM   #1965
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Well .. only rumours at this point! Maybe they won't even change.
The change of the new seats is confirmed by the chairman of the FA union (source from a chinese newspaper, the Oriental Daily), she has seen the new seats and welcome the change, so it is NOT a rumour, its definitely going ahead.
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Old November 2nd, 2010, 12:55 PM   #1966
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http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...for-large.html
2-11-2010


Cathay Pacific Airways is still weighing its large passenger aircraft requirements, but it is likely to make a "substantial order" of 10-15 aircraft if it goes ahead.

Airbus and Boeing have been strongly pitching their A380 and 747-8 respectively to Cathay, one of the largest operators of Boeing 747-400s around. However, the airline's chief operating officer John Slosar says that a decision is not imminent.

The Hong Kong flag carrier's order book of 18 Boeing 777-300ERs and 30 Airbus A350-900s is sufficient to meet its long-haul requirements for the next decade, he adds.

"Are we looking at large passenger aircraft? Of course we are. We are always looking at different aircraft. But we have plenty of long-haul aircraft that will arrive over the next few years, and that is enough for our requirements," he says.

"We just bought six more 777-300ERs, which have the longest range of any aircraft. We have also ordered 30 A350s, and may lease a few more to make it maybe 32, 33. These will help us to build up frequencies to our popular destinations, which is what our passengers say they want. It is not the aircraft type, but the frequency to popular slots that really matter."

Both Airbus and Boeing see Cathay as potentially one of the most lucrative customers for their large aircraft. That appears to be borne out by Slosar, who says that if Cathay goes ahead, it will not just order a handful of the large aircraft as that will not be "cost effective".

"Ordering just six to eight aircraft is not ideal. You need at least 10 to 15 in order for it to be cost effective in terms of operations, spares, engines and so on. There are many overheads involved in inducting a new aircraft into the fleet. That's why we must consider the decision very carefully," he says.

The Oneworld alliance member has 21 Boeing 747-400 and 11 Airbus A340-300 passenger aircraft in its fleet, and Slosar says that most of these will be retired over the next five years as they are "not that efficient" anymore.

"When these retire, we will have one of the most efficient long-haul fleets with our 777s and A350s. We are happy to be in that situation," he adds.
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Old November 2nd, 2010, 01:20 PM   #1967
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The change of the new seats is confirmed by the chairman of the FA union (source from a chinese newspaper, the Oriental Daily), she has seen the new seats and welcome the change, so it is NOT a rumour, its definitely going ahead.
Shouldn't there be a press release to make it 'official' then?
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Old November 2nd, 2010, 02:09 PM   #1968
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Shouldn't there be a press release to make it 'official' then?
The new seats won't be ready to the public until late december or early next year, so I don't think CX will make the announcement too early, couple months ago CX invited visitors to try on their new premium economy seats and to complete a survey at the Cathay City, so I guess CX is pretty serious about adding a Y+ class to their fleet.....
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 08:44 AM   #1969
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Cathay Pacific simplifies extra baggage charges
1 November 2010
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Cathay Pacific Airways announced today that it will introduce a new and simplified method of calculating extra baggage charges with effect from 1 December 2010 for flights to all destinations in its network.

The key element of the new system will be a switch from the current charging rate for extra baggage, which is based on ticket fares, to a system that is calculated in accordance with a structured system of travel zones.

The main reason for the change is to simplify the handling of charges for extra baggage and special baggage. From today, passengers can view a transparent and easy-to-understand grid of charges through the airline’s website, www.cathaypacific.com, and can calculate exactly what charges they will have to pay by referring to the zones in which their travel originates and ends.

A Cathay Pacific spokesman said: “We believe passengers will appreciate the transparency of our new baggage policy, which will make the calculation of extra and special baggage charges for each journey much more straightforward and transparent. Dividing our network into zones makes for a simple and efficient way to calculate the charges according to the distance travelled.”

There will be no changes to the airline’s cabin baggage allowances.
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Old November 3rd, 2010, 08:49 PM   #1970
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Dragonair to expand network to Sendai and Okinawa
3 November 2010
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Hong Kong based carrier Dragonair announced today that it will be resuming services to Sendai and formalising Okinawa as an online port with regular scheduled services.

The three time a week Sendai service will be a seasonal scheduled service flown with an Airbus A320 aircraft and it will operate between 1 December 2010 and 27 February 2011.

Scheduled Okinawa services have been in operation since summer 2010 and growth in market demand will see the twice-weekly route continue and become a formal Dragonair destination from 21 November 2010.

The addition of these two cities brings the Dragonair network total to 33.
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Indirect flight ticket buyer wins suit against airline
3 November 2010
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By Kwon Mee-yoo

A district court ruled Tuesday that a consumer can file a compensation suit against an airline company even if the ticket was not purchased directly from the carrier but through a tour agency.

The customer who had bought an airline ticket through a tour agency and paid the charges for ticket cancellation won a suit against the airline which was ordered to compensate the customer directly.

This is the first court decision enabling a consumer to file a lawsuit against a company even though they did not directly have a contract with the corporate entity.

Analysts said the ruling is significant as it will increase customers’ rights, allowing “indirect buyers” to file suits against companies selling products through a myriad of channels.

The Seoul Central District Court ruled Wednesday in favor of Kang Seong-deok, 55, who filed a damage suit against Cathay Pacific Airways, ordering the airline to pay 5.6 million won to Kang.

The court said though Kang bought the ticket through a travel agency and is an indirect purchaser, he can still demand compensation for violation of the Monopoly Regulation and Fair Trade Act.

“If the direct purchaser is slapped with an excessive cancellation penalty from the seller, the seller is likely to pass it onto the purchaser. More than one middleman in the trade will eventually result in the damage passed on the final customer,” the court said. “If the final purchaser is banned from filing a suit against the original seller, it’s tantamount to restricting customers’ rights.”

The court recognized the need to levy cancellation charges as the airline has time constraints in selling the tickets. However, it said it was “abuse of their authority” to impose a 20-percent penalty for cancelling the reservation a month in advance.

Kang operates an overseas education center and reserved 69 airline tickets through two travel agencies in 2006. He returned 31 of them one month before the departure and was charged a cancellation fee of about 20 percent of the ticket prices.

He thought the penalty was too high and filed a report to the FTC as well as filing a complaint with the prosecution. However, they did not accept Kang’s complaint as he did not purchase the tickets directly from the air carrier and he took legal action against the airline firsthand.

In European countries, indirect purchasers can file lawsuits against companies, but there was no precedent in Korea, court officials said.

Since the FTC is the only organization overseeing the violation of fair trade regulations, this ruling will encourage more individual consumers to claim for damages against corporations through lawsuits.
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Cathay Pacific screens full seasons of top TV shows inflight
2 November 2010
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Cathay Pacific Airways today announced an exciting development in its award-winning inflight entertainment system, StudioCX, with passengers onboard all long-haul and some regional flights now able to enjoy full seasons of eight of their favourite comedies and dramas – available in all cabins, on demand, and in digital-widescreen format.

From 1 November, the full seasons of popular shows such as Mad Men, Californication, 30 Rock, Scrubs and The Thick of It can be found in StudioCX, with more series to be added in the coming months. The on-demand environment of the inflight entertainment system is ideally suited to full-season viewing, placing control firmly in the hands of passengers.

November also sees an array of blockbuster movies featuring on StudioCX, along with exciting sports specials covering the world's greatest competitions for golf, motorsports and football, including highlights from the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ and the best of England’s FA Premier League. In addition, to commemorate 50 years since The Beatles first performed, five of the group's albums are playing onboard as part of the 888 CDs available on StudioCX.

Big-name movies for StudioCX in November include:
- Inception, with Leonardo DiCaprio and Joseph Gordon-Levitt
- Salt, with Angelina Jolie and Liev Schreiber
- The Legend is Born – Ip Man, a semi-biographical martial-arts film based on the early life of wing chung master Ip Man
- The Big Boss, to mark what would have been Bruce Lee's 70th birthday in November

StudioCX also features five new arthouse movies in November:
- L'Amour C’est Mieux a Deux (The Perfect Date), in which two men meet a beautiful woman and realise that their different perspectives on dating can help them find love
- The Kids Are All Right, with Julianne Moore and Annette Bening as unconventional parents
- Lennon Naked, with Christopher Eccleston, who is described by the film’s screenwriter as "capturing Lennon, full stop"
- Sherlock: A Study in Pink, a modern take on the Victorian detective
- Get Low, starring Bill Murray as a hermit who throws himself a funeral party while still alive

The audio and video on-demand system of StudioCX offers passengers on all long-haul and some regional flights a choice of 100 movies, more than 350 TV programmes and 888 CDs.
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http://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_...0007d21c39____

Cathay Pacific to support Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition for further 3 years

Cathay Pacific Airways today announced that it has signed an agreement with the organisers of the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition to be the title sponsor of the event for another three years. Cathay Pacific supported the inaugural competition last year and is now committed to supporting the event through to 2012.

The Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition is the largest pan-Asian wine competition and is held in conjunction with the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. The winners of this year’s competition will be announced at a gala dinner at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre tonight (4 November).

The competition provides a platform for the wine and spirits industry to showcase its products to the Asian market. Judging is conducted by renowned Asian-born, Asian-based wine judges. It is the first international wine competition to include a category for “Best Wine from China” and categories for the best wines paired with specific Asian dishes.

As Hong Kong’s home carrier, Cathay Pacific is committed to supporting events that add life and colour to the city. At the same time, the airline provides some of the world’s best wines to its passengers, with an inflight wine selection that has won several international awards. Cathay Pacific will invite wine suppliers who participated in this year’s competition to provide wines for review to see if they are suitable for serving onboard the airline’s flights.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Marketing and Product James Ginns said: “Both Cathay Pacific and the International Wine & Spirits Competition promote the same values: excellence and quality. Cathay strives to provide excellent product and services both inflight and on the ground - including superb wines; the competition brings together the best wines from around the world. We are delighted to continue our support for this wonderful event which we believe will help to build Hong Kong’s reputation as an international wine hub.”

Director Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition Debra Meiburg MW said: “The current wine excitement in Asia is extraordinary. When I arrived in Hong Kong in the mid-80's, there were only a few wine choices - and all predictably mundane. Now, the thrilling array of wines eager to enter our markets means the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Competition plays a key role in helping new wine enthusiasts to make selections that suit our regional taste preferences and favourite dishes. The diverse voices of the pan-Asian panel of judges are what make this competition unique in the wine world and this wouldn't be possible without the support of our title sponsor, Cathay Pacific Airways.”
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Cathay Pacific resumes flight services to Jakarta today
7 November 2010
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Cathay Pacific Airways will resume flight services to and from Jakarta this afternoon (Sunday, 7 November) in view of the latest forecast of the volcanic ash cloud resulting from the eruption of Mount Merapi.

The two scheduled flights from Hong Kong to Jakarta this afternoon – CX719 and CX797 - will operate as normal.

In addition, Cathay Pacific will reinstate one cancelled flight from Saturday - CX777 - to help affected passengers travel to Jakarta. The departure time is 1530 pm today.

From Jakarta to Hong Kong, the previously cancelled CX776 flight will also be reinstated. It is scheduled to depart at 2030 (local time).

Customers are advised to check the status of their flight at the airline’s website, www.cathaypacific.com, before departing for the airport. They are also advised to input their contact details in the Manage My Booking function at the website to ensure they get the latest flight information via SMS or email.
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Cathay Pacific and Dragonair source new carbon offsets, bringing environmental, social benefits to Pearl River Delta
5 November 2010
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Cathay Pacific Airways and sister airline Dragonair today announced the purchase of 30,000 tonnes of carbon-emission reductions from carbon offset service provider Climate Action (www.climateactio2n.com) for the airlines' FLY greener offset programme.

Both airlines regularly add to their inventory of carbon offsets as the previous year's supply is retired and this is the third time new offsets have been purchased since the programme was launched in 2007. Cathay Pacific and Dragonair were the first Asian airlines to introduce a carbon offset programme, offering the offsets on a no-profit basis to passengers wishing to offset their carbon emissions.

The new project portfolio consists of a set of 95 small "run-of-river" hydropower stations in Chongqing, Guizhou, Sichuan, and Yunnan provinces that link the electricity generated into the Pearl River Delta region; a group of 23 wind turbines in Shandong; and a "run-of-river" hydropower project in the Pearl River Delta region of Guangdong – the first time the airlines have collaborated on a project in Hong Kong's neighbouring province.

All three projects have been verified in accordance with the Voluntary Carbon Standard, an internationally accepted carbon standard, and were rigorously vetted to ensure they produce real, quantifiable and permanent reductions in carbon emissions. Apart from their carbon reductions, the projects were chosen for added social and environmental benefits such as reducing local air pollution, enhancing the productivity of local farms, and providing power and jobs to local communities. More information on the projects is available at www.cathaypacific.com/flygreener or www.dragonair.com/flygreener.

Cathay Pacific Head of Environmental Affairs Mark Watson said: "One of our key missions is to support Hong Kong and we are pleased that the Guangdong project is bringing sustainability benefits to the town of Lankou. Our latest purchase of carbon offsets underscores our ongoing commitment to offset emissions from our flights and to provide an opportunity for our passengers to play their part in reducing their carbon footprint."

FLY greener is a voluntary scheme that provides passengers the opportunity to offset the carbon emissions attributable to their journey. Achievements to date include:
- A total 80,000 tonnes of CO2 offset through the programme since its launch
- In addition to individual passengers, companies based in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Taiwan have participated in the programme
- Since FLY greener’s launch, Cathay Pacific and Dragonair have offset staff travel amounting to 38,700 tonnes of CO2
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Does anyone have safety videos of CX during the 1990s?
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Rumor from the CX team: (from B-HXG)


CX might launch 3 weekly HKG--DME--CDG from 28 MAR 2011!!!

overall, flights to CDG will be increased to 14 weekly and CX is also thinking to add a 4th weekly flight to DME:

time schedule is below (not yet confirmed!!!)

DME:
CX207 (HKG/DME) 0045/0705 1 34B
CX206 (DME/HKG) 1745/0700 +1 1 34B
CX207 (HKG/DME/CDG) 0045/0705/0805/1015 246 34B
CX206 (CDG/DME/HKG) 1140/1710/1810/0720+1 246 34B

CDG:
CX261 (HKG/CDG) 2345/0630+1 D 74A
CX260 (CDG/HKG) 1400/0730 +1 D 74A
CX279 (HKG/CDG) 1415/2135 x246 34B
CX278 (CDG/HKG) 2315/1725+1 x246 34B
CX207 (HKG/DME/CDG) 0045/0705/0805/1015 246 34B
CX206 (CDG/DME/HKG) 1140/1710/1810/0720+1 246 34B
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They have 5th freedoms from Russia to France?
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