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Old July 8th, 2004, 01:34 AM   #181
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Old July 8th, 2004, 02:27 AM   #182
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Airport Authority re-introduces incentives to attract new routes



(HONG KONG, 8 July 2004) – Rebate incentives on landing charges will be re-introduced to attract airlines to operate flights to new destinations from Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA).

The scheme, named New Destination Incentive Arrangement (NDIA), has been approved by the Chief Executive in Council. It will be gazetted tomorrow (9 July, Friday), and take effect from 8 September, for a period of two years.

New destinations will increase the connectivity of HKIA's home market, the greater Pearl River Delta, to the world, and will further enhance Hong Kong's position as Asia's premier hub.

Airport Authority (AA) Chief Executive Officer Dr David J Pang said, "Airport business draws its growth from the increasing flows of people, goods, capital and information. Connectivity is one of the major competitive advantages to enhance these flows. With the renewed incentives, we are aiming to extend ourselves to more diverse and versatile markets."

The arrangement will offer airlines a 50 per cent rebate on landing charges for the first year on flights they operate to a new destination, and a 25 per cent rebate in the following year.

A similar scheme introduced in March 2001 has lapsed in March 2002. As a result of that scheme, 17 airlines operating to 23 new destinations enjoyed a total saving of HK$44 million in landing charges.

AA Airport Management Director Mr Howard Eng said, "The re-introduction of the NDIA scheme will allow us to grow with our major business partners, the airlines. HKIA's high service standards and operation efficiency coupled with the diversified services provided by the airlines will offer passengers the reliability, flexibility and connectivity that are most crucial in designing their journeys.

"We believe airlines will take advantage of the Government's policy of progressive liberalisation of air services regime. Given the rapid development of the greater Pearl River Delta market and the demand for air travel in the region, the renewed incentives will encourage existing and new carriers to connect HKIA with many more new destinations," he added.

The Vice Chairman of the Board of Airline Representatives Hong Kong (BAR), Mr Gilbert Chow, welcomed AA's latest initiative to enhance HKIA's connectivity: "This timely re-introduction of the incentives will add impetus for carriers to extend their coverage and expand customer base to the PRD region and beyond. I am quite certain that airlines will work with AA to take the HKIA global route network to the next higher level.

"With the re-introduction of the NDIA scheme, HKIA's international connectivity will be further enhanced, in turn strengthening the airport's position as a regional aviation hub and bring economic benefits to Hong Kong,"he added.
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Old July 8th, 2004, 06:27 PM   #184
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Airlines Operating @ HKG - April 2004
Aeroflot
Air Canada
Air China
Air France
Air Hong Kong **
Air India
Air Mauritius
Air New Zealand
Alitalia **
All Nippon Airways
Asiana Airlines
Atlas Air **
Australian Airlines
Biman Bangladesh
British Airways
Cargolux **
Cathay Pacific
Cebu Pacific Air
China Airlines
China Eastern
China Southern
Continental
Continental Micronesia
CR Airways
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EL AL Israel
Emirates
Ethiopian
EVA Air
Evergreen **
Federal Express **
Finnair
Garuda Indonesia
Gemini Air Cargo **
Gulf Air
Japan Airlines
Japan Asia
Kalitta Air **
Kenya Airways
KLM
Korean Air
Lufthansa
Malaysia Airlines
Mandarin Airlines
Martinair **
Myanmar Airways International
Nippon Cargo Airlines **
Northwest
Orient Thai
Pacific Airlines
Pakistan International
Philippine Airlines
Polar Air Cargo **
President Airlines
Qantas Airways
Royal Brunei
Royal Nepal
SAS Scandinavian **
Saudi Arabian Airlines **
Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines Cargo **
South African
SriLankan
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Thai Airways
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Turkish Airlines
United Airlines
UPS **
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Old July 9th, 2004, 06:58 PM   #185
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Qantas Granted Rights to Seven Services From Hong Kong to UK



July 9 (Bloomberg) -- Qantas Airways Ltd., Australia's biggest airline, has been allocated seven services a week from Hong Kong to the U.K. in a draft determination by the International Air Services Commission.

The draft decision will allow Qantas to proceed with its plan to begin flying Boeing 747-400s three times a week between Sydney and London via Hong Kong from November, increase the number of flights to four a week in November 2005 and expand to daily services from April 2006.

Chief Executive Geoff Dixon plans to spend A$7 billion on new aircraft by 2006 as Qantas adds international and domestic routes as air travel rebounds from a slowdown caused by an outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome last year and the start of the war in Iraq.

The governments of Australia and Hong Kong agreed in April to allocate more air rights between the two countries. The agreement allows Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. and Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Ltd., Hong Kong's two passenger carriers, greater access to Australian destinations and gives Australia access to air rights between Hong Kong and the U.K.

No other airline had applied for the extra Hong Kong-U.K. capacity, the International Air Services Commission said in the draft decision e-mailed to Bloomberg News. Qantas may use code- sharing arrangements with British Airways Plc to take up its extra capacity, the commission said.

Interested parties have until July 23 to make submissions on the proposed allocation of air rights.

To contact the reporter on this story:
Barbara Adam in Sydney at [email protected]

To contact the editor responsible for this story:
Jonathan Underhill [email protected]

Last Updated: July 9, 2004 00:17 EDT
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Old July 9th, 2004, 09:20 PM   #186
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Airport offers 50pc rebate on fees for new routes
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Hong Kong's Airport Authority plans to offer up to a 50 per cent rebate on landing fees to airlines that run flights to a new destination over the next two years to fend off threats from Guangzhou, Bangkok and Singapore to the SAR's status as an international hub.

The 50 per cent rebate begins on September 8 and a 25 per cent discount will be offered for the second year. The authority said the rebate offer was approved by the Chief Executive in Council and will be gazetted today.

"The Hong Kong airport is facing an increasingly competitive environment. The development of new large airports nearby and other airports in the region that offer progressive incentives created intense competition for the Airport Authority,'' the Economic and Labour Development Bureau said in a document submitted to the Legislative Council about the plan.

Guangzhou's Baiyun airport will open next month while Bangkok's new international airport is expected to become operational in September next year, the bureau said.

Singapore, which has cut fees and lured budget airlines, is spending S$240 million (HK$1.1 billion) to expand Changi Airport's terminal two by next year.

Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok airport charges about US$3,690 (HK$28,782) to land a Boeing 747-400. It charges the third-highest landing fees among 11 leading Asian airports, a report by the International Air Transport Association said. Chek Lap Kok is behind only Tokyo's Narita and all international Chinese airports. Singapore and Bangkok, on the other hand, had the second and third-lowest charges, the report said.

"This timely re-introduction of the incentives will add an impetus for carriers to extend their coverage and expand their customer base to the Pearl River Delta region and beyond,'' said Gilbert Chow, vice- chairman of the board of airline representatives in Hong Kong.

The Airport Authority said a similar year-long rebate programme launched in March 2001, attracted 17 airlines to create 23 new destinations, and saved HK$44 million in landing charges.

As of April, 72 carriers, including 15 all-cargo carriers, operated flights from Hong Kong's airport to 136 destinations.

"With renewed incentives, we are aiming to extend ourselves to more diverse and versatile markets,'' authority chief executive David Pang said.

Dragon Airlines, which runs flights mostly to China and Asia, is set to be among the beneficiaries. It is planning to start flights between Hong Kong and Sydney by the second half of next year.

"We welcome the initiative taken by the Airport Authority ... to ensure that travellers have the widest number of destinations from which to choose,'' a Dragonair spokeswoman said.

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Old July 10th, 2004, 04:25 AM   #187
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July 9, 2004
New Airline : Hong Kong Express Airways

A Hong Kong helicopter operator is planning to lease four short-range aircraft as part of a plan to become the territory's fourth commercial passenger airline, the firm's chief executive said on Friday.

Helicopters Hong Kong said it plans to launch an airline named Hong Kong Express Airways and will operate scheduled flights to cities in southern China.

"We're finalizing details," Andrew Tse, the firm's chief executive said. "We're planning commuter flights to cater to business travellers," he added.

Tse said that the company plans to lease four regional jets for the first year of operation and is considering the 50 seat CRJ200 made by Canadian plane maker Bombardier or a 70 seat Brazilian Embraer 170.

But Tse said the new venture hinges on a new air services agreement between Hong Kong and China, which would allow Hong Kong airlines to fly to more destinations in the world's fastest growing aviation market.

Tse said talks between the two governments have been delayed but industry insiders have said an agreement could be reached this summer.

"This is really a critical point for us," said Tse.

Hong Kong's main carrier Cathay Pacific Airways is also seeking to fly to more destinations in mainland China, a market dominated by the territory's smaller carrier Dragonair.

CR Airways became Hong Kong's third passenger airline in 2003. It offers charter flights but has said it plans to launch scheduled flights.

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July 9, 2004
Kangaroo Route via Hong Kong



Australia's Qantas Airways was granted provisional capacity rights on Friday to start flights from Sydney to London via Hong Kong a month before rival Virgin Atlantic steps up competition on the same route.

The International Air Services Commission said it proposed to grant Qantas capacity to fly seven services a week from Hong Kong to London in a draft determination, but a final decision would not be made until it reviews submissions.

Virgin Atlantic Airways, run by British entrepreneur Richard Branson, plans to start flying from London to Sydney via Hong Kong on December 7, intensifying competition with Qantas and British Airways which dominate the so-called "kangaroo route" from Australia to Britain.

Qantas plans to fly three 747-400 services a week from Sydney to London, via Hong Kong, beginning in November 2004, increasing to four a week in November 2005, with daily services scheduled to start in April 2006.

Virgin intends to operate a daily service initially using an Airbus A340-600 aircraft and later by the 555-seat double-decker Airbus A380, which it is due to take delivery of in late 2007.

The new route from Hong Kong to Sydney, will enable Virgin Atlantic to hook up with its Australian no-frills sister carrier Virgin Blue.

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Air Canada has taken delivery of its first Airbus A340-500 — the first of two the airline will receive this summer. The A340-500 is the longest-range commercial aircraft in the world and will serve Air Canada's new non-stop service between Toronto and Hong Kong. Its maiden flight is scheduled for Aug. 1.
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June traffic marks continuous buoyant growth

(HONG KONG, 11 July 2004) - Hong Kong International Airport recorded strong double-digit increase in passenger, cargo and aircraft movement figures in June.

Cargo throughput reached 250,000 tonnes attributed to high demands for summer consumption in the European and American markets. The increase was 24% over the same month in 2003, and represented a double-digit growth for the fifth consecutive months.

Passenger traffic rose by 15% over June 2002 to 3.1 million, with Hong Kong resident, transfer / transit and visitor travel markets all making healthy increase.

The robust cargo traffic also brought 16% in aircraft movements to a total of 19,275.

Double-digit growth was also recorded in passenger, cargo and aircraft movement figures for the past twelve months. Passenger throughput rose by 19.9% to 34 million, cargo throughput rose by 12.6% to 2.87 million tonnes, and aircraft movements rose by 14% to 218,470.

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PACIFIC AIRLINES A321-131


CATHAY PACIFIC AIRWAYS B777-367


NORTHWEST AIRLINES B747-251B


CHINA EASTERN A320-214


ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS B767-381ER Flight number NH176 ready to go back KIX


ALL NIPPON B747-481 FLG NO. NH910 WILL GO BACK NRT


MARTIN AIR B747-21AFSCD
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Nice photos Hkskyline.
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Chep Lap Kok is very busy.
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In 2003, Chek Lap Kok was Asia's 3rd busiest airport after Tokyo Haneda and Bangkok with 27 million passengers, a 21% drop year over year because of SARS. HKG was also the world's 2nd busiest air cargo airport, after Memphis, handling 2.7 million tonnes.
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Annual Report 2003/4


http://www.hongkongairport.com/eng/aboutus/report.html

Highlights
- 15 million people travel to and from China via Hong Kong
- HKG's growth is fueled by China
- 70% of air cargo at HKG comes from the Pearl River Delta
- HKG's market includes 48 million people in Hong Kong and around the Delta
- Hong Kong's propensity to travel is among the highest in the world, comparable to the developed nations
- 163 million mainlanders can now travel to Hong Kong on their own and not via tour groups
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