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Old October 14th, 2007, 07:09 AM   #2141
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Robust Air Traffic Growth in the First Half of 2007/08


(HONG KONG, 14 October 2007) - Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded solid growth during the first six months of fiscal 2007/08, with air traffic movements and passenger and cargo volumes increasing more than 6.0% in September alone.

In September 2007, HKIA served 3.82 million passengers, up 8.3% from September 2006. Cargo volume reached 342,000 tonnes, a 6.5% increase from 2006, while air traffic movements grew 6.1%, to 24,720.

Stanley Hui, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong, said, "Cargo demand has been strong since April. The long-haul freight markets to the US and Europe have been particularly robust, with the latter benefiting from the appreciation of the euro. We expect passenger volumes from Europe, the Mainland, Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Korea to remain positive for the foreseeable future."

For the six months ended 30 September 2007, passenger and cargo volumes grew 7.1% and 5.8%, respectively, to 24.3 million and 1.88 million tonnes. Air traffic movements rose 6.0%, to 149,030.

HKIA served 46.7 million passengers, handled 3.68 million tonnes of cargo and recorded 291,335 air traffic movements for the 12 months ended 30 September 2007. This represented increases of 7.4%, 4.0% and 4.8%, respectively, from the previous year.

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Old October 15th, 2007, 08:26 AM   #2142
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but first and foremost still an airport!
Yes it is. And one of the most impressive in the world and most efficient. One thing I like is how you have immigration e-counters for those who have Smart HKIDs. Just insert your card, press your left thumb on the panel and you're through.
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Old October 15th, 2007, 08:32 AM   #2143
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I prefer consistency just like Shanghai's Pudong airport
Pudong wasn't too successful at being consistent

One thing about the e-counters, I haven't changed my ID and I'm always faster than my family who have Smart ID.

I will enjoy this until they force me to update my card
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Old October 15th, 2007, 05:06 PM   #2144
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T2's purpose is to provide a better transit / tourist connection, especially for mainlanders, by offering a directly-connected bus terminal right downstairs from the check-in area, and provide a lot more retail space. The space design is geared for tour groups.
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Old October 17th, 2007, 06:55 PM   #2145
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Dragonair to Launch Charter Services to Taichung
10 October 2007
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Dragonair today announced that it will launch charter services to Taichung in Taiwan starting from October 28. The airline will use an Airbus A320 aircraft for the flights.

"We are delighted to offer charter services to Taichung," said Chief Executive Officer Kenny Tang. "Taiwan is an important market for Dragonair - we have been serving Kaohsiung since 1996 and Taipei since 2002 – and we are pleased to be able to provide passengers with more choice and greater convenience for travel to and from the island."

The charter services, which the airline aims to operate on a daily basis, will be underwritten by Cathay Holidays Ltd and are subject to government approval. Passengers can find information on Dragonair's Taichung charters and get flight reservation details through their local travel agent.

Situated in central Taiwan, Taichung is the gateway to areas of natural beauty including the Puli and Nantou counties where tourists can enjoy a variety of recreational activities such as hiking, windsurfing and hot springs. The city itself is home to a number of attractions including the Taichung Tower and the Municipal Cultural Centre.
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Old October 18th, 2007, 07:10 PM   #2146
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U.S.-to-China air routes fastest growing at SFO
17 October 2007
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Note : Don't think Air China flies to HK from SFO at the moment - probably a codeshare misunderstanding.

SFO — A booming Chinese economy has demand soaring for travel between the Bay Area, Hong Kong and mainland China.

U.S.-to-China air routes are San Francisco International Airport's fastest growing market and airlines are adding daily flights to meet the surge in passengers.

The latest carrier to do so is Cathay Pacific Airways, which on Thursday launches its second daily flight to Hong Kong.

Bay Area businesses are clamoring to establish a presence in China to take advantage of the Chinese economy's expansion, spurring the growth in air traffic.

Bustling Chinese and Asian communities around the Bay are also a big factor, as individuals increasingly visit relatives back home or take leisure trips there.

"There's a huge demand as the Chinese economy gets stronger," said Hugo Lai, director of marketing at Cathay Pacific Airways. "In the next five or 10 years, we will see more routes going to China and Asia."

There are currently a half-dozen daily flights from SFO to Hong Kong and mainland China.

United Airlines operates three of them, including flights to Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai. United recently announced a new flight for next March to China's third biggest city, Guangzhou, an industrial and manufacturing hub.

Air China and Singapore Airlines also fly to Hong Kong from SFO.

The addition of Cathay's second daily to Hong Kong means more than 10,000 seatswill be available weekly on this key U.S.-to-China air route. That's an increase of more than 34 percent since 2006, according to SFO spokesman Mike McCarron.

"The China market is our fastest growing market," said McCarron.

Hong Kong continues to be a preferred location for California and U.S. companies to oversee their operations in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office in San Francisco. The group said the U.S. is Hong Kong's second largest trading partner, and California is the largest exporter to Hong Kong among the 50 states.

"It's another indication of the growing ties in trade, tourism and investment between the Bay Area and China," said Stephen Levy, economist and director of the Center for Continuing Study of the California Economy in Palo Alto.

Levy pointed out that the Bay Area economy is growing in part because of demand in Asia for local technology products and services. In addition, the Bay Area, and the Peninsula in particular, is home to a strong venture capital industry, which invests in local technology and biotechnology companies.

"The desire is growing for Bay Area companies to have a presence in China, so they can take part in the explosive economy," said Dennis Conaghan, executive director of the San Francisco Center for Economic Development. Many companies like to use Hong Kong as a hub to oversee their operations in Asia, he said.

Cathay's Lai said the company does significant business with high-tech and biotech companies such as Oracle Corp. and Sybase. Chinese business executives also find the Bay Area a lucrative market, Lai noted.

A number of local architectural firms have set up shop in China to work on construction projects for the 2012 Olympics in China, Conaghan said.

"It's huge for our company, because it represents work all over China," said Steve Weindel, principal at Gensler, a design firm headquartered in San Francisco. "Were making the transition from being a domestic company to being a global company."

Weindel travels often to China to help his company with its building and interior projects there. Gensler has an office in Shanghai.

Anne LeClair, president and chief executive officer of the San Mateo County Convention & Visitors Bureau, said her group is pushing to attract both business and leisure travelers from China.

"We're sending materials to travel agents in Asia to familiarize them with the area," she said.

Cathay Pacific is adding an afternoon flight at SFO. Its initial launch is at 1:35 p.m. Thursday. The flight arrives at 7 p.m. Friday. The airline's other Hong Kong flight departs SFO daily at 1 a.m., and arrives the next day around 6 a.m. or 7 a.m.

Cathay Pacific's new nonstop service is geared for travelers who want to arrive in Hong Kong in the evening, so they can rest up for the next day, said Lai. The flight is about 13 hours.

The price for an economy seat ranges from $800 to

$1,200 round-trip, depending upon the day and how far in advance the flight is booked.

Current Cathay Pacific flights to Hong Kong have been averaging about 80 percent full, said Lai.

As part of the launch, Cathay Pacific is rolling out a new long-haul fleet of Boeing 777-300 aircraft.

The airline is also offering bonus miles for travelers — up to 15,000 miles for first-class travel — on the new flight.
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Old October 20th, 2007, 06:22 PM   #2147
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Hong Kong Airlines Launches Flights to Hefei from 2 Dec 2007
2007 Oct 10
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Hong Kong Airlines starts new route to Hefei (in Anhui Province, China) from 2 December 2007. There will be two flights per week, every Wednesday & Sunday, between Hong Kong (HKG) and Hefei (HFE).

All flights to/from Hefei (HFE) are operated according to the following schedule*:

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* The schedule should be subject to final government approval.
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Old October 20th, 2007, 06:37 PM   #2148
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Hong Kong Express Airways Takes Delivery of 4th Boeing Aircraft

Hong Kong, 15 October 2007…

In preparation for its forthcoming launch of scheduled services between Hong Kong and three new Southeast Asian destinations, Hong Kong Express Airways yesterday welcomed a new Boeing 737-800 aircraft at Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok airport.

The aircraft is the fourth of its type to be added to the Hong Kong carrier’s fleet and will enter service early next month when the airline expands its regional network with the launch of three new routes between Hong Kong, Yangon, Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta in November.

Commenting on the new arrival, Hong Kong Express Airways President Mr. Guo said, “Today’s delivery underscores our commitment to expansion. Our strategy for Southeast Asia is on track and we are looking forward to rolling out our latest round of new routes.”

The new aircraft is configured in two classes and can accommodate 164 passengers, with 156 seats in economy class and 8 seats in business class.
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Old October 20th, 2007, 07:21 PM   #2149
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Old October 22nd, 2007, 04:17 PM   #2150
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Old October 23rd, 2007, 01:20 PM   #2151
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Transmile Group To Lease Aircraft To Air Hong Kong - Report
18 October 2007

KUALA LUMPUR (Dow Jones)--Malaysia's air-freight operator Transmile Group Bhd. (7000.KU) has secured a contract to lease its aircraft to Air Hong Kong, the Star newspaper reported, citing unnamed sources.

Air Hong Kong, a joint venture between Cathay Pacific Airways (0293.HK) and DHL Express, will use the aircraft to transport cargo between Hong Kong and Beijing, the paper said.

The report didn't provide details of the outsourcing contract.
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Old October 25th, 2007, 04:48 AM   #2153
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Thai Airways Becomes the Sixth Carrier to Operate from Terminal 2
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(HONG KONG, 8 October 2007) - Thai Airways today joined the growing list of carriers offering passenger check-in services at Hong Kong International Airport's (HKIA) Terminal 2. Thai joins Oasis Hong Kong Airlines, Emirates, Jetstar Asia Airways, Bangkok Airways and Siem Reap Airways International at Terminal 2, which officially opened on 1 June 2007.

The six airlines now operating from Terminal 2 serve more than 100 departing flights a week. That number will increase later in the year when more airlines begin operating from Terminal 2. By year-end about 15 per cent of the passengers departing HKIA will use Terminal 2.

Stanley Hui, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong, welcomed Thai Airways' move to Terminal 2. "Terminal 2 complements the facilities and services in Terminal 1, and gives us vitally important room to grow. In the months ahead, Terminal 2 will serve an even larger number of airlines and departing passenger traffic," he observed.

In addition to offering passenger check-in services, Terminal 2 is a multi-modal hub where air, land and sea transport converge seamlessly. Each day, Terminal 2's coach station serves over 6,000 passengers, who use the convenient facility to board buses to local hotels and 70 Mainland destinations. An automated people mover will connect Terminal 2 to the new SkyPier when it begins receiving ferries travelling between HKIA and the Pearl River Delta in 2009.
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Old October 25th, 2007, 04:52 AM   #2154
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Hong Kong Express to fly into KLIA next month
25 October 2007
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FULL-SERVICE airline Hong Kong Express Airways Ltd (HKE) is expected to start its maiden flight into Kuala Lumpur next month.

The airline, which predominantly serves cities in mainland China and Asia, will start operations on November 11 at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang.

The company's website reveals that it already flies to nine destinations including Hong Kong. It plans to fly to Yangon, Bangkok and Jakarta in the near future.

The company's general sales agent in Malaysia revealed that HKE will fly daily from Kuala Lumpur to Hong Kong. The flights are scheduled for 7.45pm.

The promotional fare for a 14-day return ticket, for a minimum stay of three nights, is RM655 inclusive of all taxes.

Information on HKE's website reveal that it started in 2004 with an investment of US$100 million (RM337 million).

It began to fly to popular cities in mainland China using Embraer 170 aircraft.

This year it took delivery of the first of five Boeing 737s it ordered.
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Old October 25th, 2007, 05:06 AM   #2155
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Pudong wasn't too successful at being consistent

One thing about the e-counters, I haven't changed my ID and I'm always faster than my family who have Smart ID.

I will enjoy this until they force me to update my card
The same story also tells how the HK immgration service is just superb efficient~~~ Human is working faster than the computer. But the e-counters are going to be upgraded to cut that 10 sec process into like 6 sec only speeding up everything.

Imagine you need to wait in line for an hour to get in your own home territory, you get pissed.

p.s. getting your ID changed is a must when you go back to hk next time, it's the law or get fined; but afterward, you still have the option to use the e-counters if you don't want to~~
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Old October 25th, 2007, 05:15 AM   #2156
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Imagine you need to wait in line for an hour to get in your own home territory, you get pissed.
That's exactly how I felt when I returned from HK to JFK in NYC. After an exhaustive 16 hour flight I had to wait in line for almost 10 mins in a dingy area! The visitors line moved a whole lot faster than my line and with fewer lanes open!
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That's exactly how I felt when I returned from HK to JFK in NYC. After an exhaustive 16 hour flight I had to wait in line for almost 10 mins in a dingy area! The visitors line moved a whole lot faster than my line and with fewer lanes open!
You got my point totally.

I was really referring to JFK because I have experienced the same thing as you had. When I came back from HK last time, I stood in line for 45 minutes for the immigration, and there were at least 30-40 Americans behind me. But on the visitor side, it's empty by the time I got through immigration. There were a lot more visitors than Americans.

But then, at least I wasn't standing by the baggage claim for hour and half for my bags to come out while I spent a good 45 minutes at the immigration. It shortened my baggage wait to just under an hour~~~~~ (Yes, I didn't walk out the airport until 2 hours after I got off the plane; which in HK, I would have been home 2 hours after I get off the plane.)
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Old October 25th, 2007, 08:15 AM   #2158
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It's amazingly beautiful airport!!!!

What´s the meaning of Chek Lap Kok??

A place? A name of a person?
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It's amazingly beautiful airport!!!!

What´s the meaning of Chek Lap Kok??

A place? A name of a person?
Chep Lap Kok was the island of which the airport island was built from


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"Chek Lap Kok is an island in the western waters of Hong Kong, China. Chek Lap Kok was one of the two islands (the other being Lam Chau) merged together via land reclamation techniques into to the 12.48 km² platform for the current Hong Kong International Airport. The airport is therefore popularly referred to as Chek Lap Kok Airport."
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Old October 25th, 2007, 10:51 AM   #2160
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I waited 90 minutes to get past the non-UK/EU immigration counters at London Stansted earlier this month, only to find a huge lineup at the bus station since there weren't enough buses to bring people into Central London.
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You got my point totally.

I was really referring to JFK because I have experienced the same thing as you had. When I came back from HK last time, I stood in line for 45 minutes for the immigration, and there were at least 30-40 Americans behind me. But on the visitor side, it's empty by the time I got through immigration. There were a lot more visitors than Americans.

But then, at least I wasn't standing by the baggage claim for hour and half for my bags to come out while I spent a good 45 minutes at the immigration. It shortened my baggage wait to just under an hour~~~~~ (Yes, I didn't walk out the airport until 2 hours after I got off the plane; which in HK, I would have been home 2 hours after I get off the plane.)
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