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Old November 10th, 2007, 06:07 AM   #2201
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They say you should never judge a book by its cover, but how about aircraft?
6 November 2007
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Perfectly acceptable, say a growing number of airlines that see fuselages as the ultimate canvas for their public-relations activities

Splashing eye-catching designs on the bodies of planes to bring attention to new routes and products is not new, but the sheer volume and variation of artwork on display in recent months are

Cartoon characters, television celebrities and even classical musical instruments can be seen flying in and out of airports around the world these days

One of the most popular among parents and children on the observation deck at Narita Airport in Chiba Prefecture recently has been All Nippon Airways' "Fly! Panda" design

Introduced in July to commemorate the 20th anniversary of ANA' service between Japan and China, the "Fly! Panda" campaign features fuselages decked out in black spots to resemble those of a panda

"We wanted to publicize the strong ties we've had with China ahead of next summer's Beijing Olympics," said an ANA public relations official. The panda design, which cost 30 million yen in total, is intended to boost passenger numbers on flights to China and stimulate already-strong sales of related goods, including aprons. Getting in on the act is Japan Airlines (JAL), which plans to introduce a design drawn by a child from an elementary school on aircraft flying next year. JAL held a contest in which children from around the country were encouraged to send in their designs

Popular anime production company Studio Ghibli Inc. teamed up with JAL's examination committee to choose the winner, which will adorn fuselages along with a second design by anime movie director Hayao Miyazaki

"We hope the advertising will have a positive impact not only on children and their parents but on all generations," said a PR official at JAL

Not to be outdone, foreign airlines are also flaunting fancy fuselages

South Korea's Asiana Airlines is turning heads with pictures of the main characters from the television drama "Dae Jang Geum," which is popular in Japan

Aircraft belonging to Austrian Airlines feature musical instruments in commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Taiwan's Eva Airways has enlisted the help of Kitty-chan, while Finland's Finnair has been taking advantage of the popularity of Moomin cartoon characters

According to Hikotaro Kaneda, a member of the Museum of Aeronautical Sciences in Shibayama, Chiba Prefecture, the fuselage design phenomenon began in Japan and spread abroad

"In 1993, ANA painted whales on its aircraft, which they named Marine Jumbos. It was only then that other airlines took notice and realized the potential fuselages had in advertising," he said.
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Old November 10th, 2007, 12:15 PM   #2202
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Old November 10th, 2007, 12:31 PM   #2203
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Old November 10th, 2007, 12:36 PM   #2204
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Hong Kong - Hefei Direct Air Route to Open in December
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(Nov. 9, 2007)- Hong Kong Airlines Limited will formally open the Hefei - Hong Kong direct route on December 2nd, according to the news released by Anhui Province's Commerce Department. Two flights now operate on the indirect Hefei - Hong Kong route every week. Upon opening the new route, the number of flights will increase to four every week. Anhui Province's Commerce Department is now holding discussions with the relevant departments, such as customs, inspection and quarantine, and frontier defense, in order to organize customs-passing and services.( www.chinainfoworld.com )
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Old November 10th, 2007, 05:27 PM   #2205
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Old November 11th, 2007, 05:35 AM   #2206
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Old November 11th, 2007, 07:28 PM   #2207
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Old November 12th, 2007, 05:35 PM   #2208
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DHL increases capacity for Hong Kong-Beijing service



DHL express and logistics company has announced the increase of its dedicated flight frequency on its overnight service between Hong Kong and Beijing, to meet the growing demand for cargo capacity fuelled by the robust trade between Hong Kong and Mainland China.

The newly-added weekend flights represents a 25% uplift capacity. As part of the service enhancement, DHL will utilize a larger Boeing B727-200F aircraft operated by Air Hong Kong, which is a 60/40 joint venture between Cathay Pacific and DHL, for an overall 58% increase in payload capacity as the new freighter has a capacity to hold 24 tons per sector.

Dan McHugh, acting CEO, DHL Express-Asia Pacific, said, "We foresee sustained cargo volume growth, as Hong Kong and Mainland China become more intricately linked as an integrated supply chain due to deepening econom ic integration. The decision to add capacity to the route reflects DHL's commitment to enhance our service offerings so that our customers will continue to enjoy efficient and reliable first-rate express and logistics services."

Trade between Hong Kong and Mainland China has been registering double-digit growth in recent years, boosted by strong Chinese exports. According to figures from China's Ministry of Commerce, two-way trade figures in 2006 rose an impressive 21.6%, reaching US$166.2 billion. The uptrend continues in the first half of 2007, as trade volume expanded by a further 23.5% compared to a year ago. Hong Kong was China's fourth largest trading partner and third largest export market last year.

The upgraded Hong Kong-Beijing service will further strengthen DHL's Asia Air Network. The network currently comprises more than 30 destinations in 16 countries and territories, served by over 20 aircraft in dedicated air operations.
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Old November 13th, 2007, 01:36 AM   #2210
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Old November 13th, 2007, 08:50 AM   #2211
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Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Oct Throughput Rises To Record
11 November 2007

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)-- Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. said Monday its throughput in October rose 2.3% to a record from the same period last year, as rises in exports and transshipments outweighed declining import volume.

Hactl, which handles about 80% of air cargo passing through Hong Kong International Airport, said it expects throughput growth to remain on an uptrend in the near future.

'In the midst of favorable market sentiment, we are confident that we will continue to manage cargo volume growth,' Lilian Chan, Hactl's general manager of marketing and customer service, said in a statement.

The company said it handled 246,346 metric tons of cargo during the month, the highest volume of cargo for a single month. Year-earlier figures weren't provided.

The company's export volume in October rose 3.0% from a year earlier to 142,510 tons. Import volume fell 1.1% to 59,438 tons and transshipment volume rose 4.9% to 44,398 tons.

For the first ten months of 2007, total cargo throughput rose 2.8% from a year earlier to 2.14 million tons.

Hactl is jointly owned by Swire Group, Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK), Jardine Pacific Ltd., Wharf (Holdings) Ltd. (0004.HK), Hutchison International Port Holdings Ltd., China National Aviation Corp., and Citic Pacific Ltd. (CTPCY).
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Old November 13th, 2007, 02:20 PM   #2212
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Cebu Pacific makes Davao its 3rd hub
13 November 2007
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DAVAO CITY - Cebu Pacific yesterday announced plans to make this city its third hub in the country, with three routes to be added to its network starting May next year.

Lance Y. Gokongwei, president and chief executive officer of Cebu Air, Inc., which operates Cebu Pacific, said the airline would be offering services to Hong Kong and Singapore and a direct run to the province of Iloilo.

Mr. Gokongwei told a press conference that Cebu Pacific was already the biggest passenger carrier serving Davao City with the most number of flights, most number of destinations and the lowest year-round fares.

"This encouraged us to set up our third base of operations here and develop it into another gateway for the country," a company statement quoted him as saying.

"This third hub is in preparation for more expansive inter-island connectivity, as we acquire more aircraft. We are initially dedicating a 150-seater A319 aircraft to operate from this hub," Mr. Gokongwei said.

With the new routes, the airline will run six direct domestic flights and two international flights daily from Davao.

Asked on why the company had decided on Davao, Mr. Gokongwei said about 30% of passengers on its Cebu-Hong Kong and Cebu-Singapore flights come from Davao City.

The Davao-Singapore run, starting on May 8, will be three times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. The Davao-Hong Kong route, starting May 9, will be every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. The domestic Davao- Iloilo flight will start May 8 and is scheduled for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Cebu Pacific is offering promotional rates of P999 each, excluding taxes and surcharges, for the Hong Kong and Singapore routes for tickets purchased from November 13-20, 2007. For Iloilo, the seat sale price was set at P98, again excluding taxes and surcharges.

After the promotion ends, the regular rates will be P1,499 for Davao- Hong Kong, P1,999 for Davao-Singapore, and P288 for Davao-Iloilo.

Mr. Gokongwei said the added hub would result in increased inter- island connectivity.

"This will make the Philippines, and more specifically Mindanao, a more attractive destination," he added.

A lack of aircraft had prevented the firm from implementing more flights on the island but a larger fleet of 19, from 15 planes, has made this possible.

"We will continue to expand our operations to achieve our goal of flying more travelers. And, with our continuous aircraft acquisition and base expansion, we hope to boost the country's tourism and trade agenda in the region," Mr. Gokongwei said in the statement.

Cebu Pacific would be the first airline to fly directly from Davao to Hong Kong after Grand Air stopped its operation nine years ago. A Davao- Singapore route is currently served by a daily Silk Air flight.

The budget carrier also said it would continue plans to set up a fourth operational hub in Clark, Pampanga as soon as all the necessary government approvals to operate to Bangkok, Macau, Taipei, Hong Kong and Singapore are granted.

The airline arm of listed JG Summit Holdings, Inc. previously said the Hong Kong government had rejected its petition to mount daily flights from the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport in Clark, delaying the expansion.
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Fears voiced over air quality on Lantau
13 November 2007
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Government environmental advisers yesterday raised fears about air quality deterioration in northwest Lantau where major infrastructure projects could be located under a planning blueprint for 2030.

Lam Kin-che, chairman of the Advisory Council on the Environment, said officials needed to carry out an in-depth study to gauge the accumulated air quality and ecological impact of new projects. They include a new container port, the super-bridge to Macau and Zhuhai and a possible third airport runway. They might increase truck, air and marine traffic in the area.

"We are very concerned about that, and we hope there will be detailed assessments of their accumulated impacts," Professor Lam said.

According to the strategic environmental assessment of the blueprint released by the Planning Department, the city will see a general improvement in air quality, but deterioration might occur in particular areas such as Lantau and Tsuen Wan. Professor Lam said the government should release more information on future cross-border vehicle and cargo flows to determine the scale needed for a new port.

The council was also concerned about the worsening of noise pollution, which might expose 1.4 million people, or 250,000 people more, to excessive noise by 2030, due to a rising population and increased traffic flow.
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Indonesia's Lion Air to fly Hong Kong

JAKARTA, Nov. 12 (Xinhua) -- Indonesia's budget airline Lion Air will open its new route to Hong Kong next month in the company' s ambition to expand businesses to regional level.

Lion will use its new Boeing 737-900ER to serve the Hong Kong route once a day from the East Java capital of Surabaya.

Lion spokesman Hasyim Arsal Alhabsi said the company has secured the licenses for its first overseas destination and built a representative office in Hong Kong.

"Our targeted passengers are hundreds of thousands of migrant workers and tourists," he was quoted Monday by leading economic daily Bisnis Indonesia as saying.

Lion Air said last month it would increase the purchase of Boeing 737-900 to 122 in a new deal to be signed in December from initial orders of 60, of which only a few already arrived.
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I saw a special on the Discovery Channel last night on the amazing speed & engineering it took to build this airport...it was amazing!!
22 miles of high speed rail from downtown to the airport, a new seaside highway on reclaimed land, a new rail terminal downtown, two of the world's longest suspension bridges and the formation of one island out of two smaller and hilly islands for the airport itself.
I was very impressed with this project which took approxiamately 8 years to build.
Hong Kong should be very proud..!!
I watched that program also. It took so long to build it and yet is very nice.

I think the land is slowly, slowly sinking though.
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I watched that program also. It took so long to build it and yet is very nice.

I think the land is slowly, slowly sinking though.
Long? It took only 7 years to build everything from no land to operational.
A project like this would take decades to build and be done in phases. HK did everything in one within 7 years. It's lighting fast.

And you are right, the island is sinking, but it's normal to any heavy structure construction, especially on reclaimed land mass. Any settlement is under expectation in HK though. Kansai Airport in Japan is having the unexpected rapid sinking problem since its opening.
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I believe the solid bedrock of Chek Lap Kok Island helps. Kansai and Chubu were literally built on the ocean, with no natural island to assist in the process.
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Long? It took only 7 years to build everything from no land to operational.
A project like this would take decades to build and be done in phases. HK did everything in one within 7 years. It's lighting fast.

And you are right, the island is sinking, but it's normal to any heavy structure construction, especially on reclaimed land mass. Any settlement is under expectation in HK though. Kansai Airport in Japan is having the unexpected rapid sinking problem since its opening.
Of course it was faster than what it could have been. And the changeover of Hong Kong's power to the Chinese hindered things a lot. I am happy that the Chinese govt saw the importance of the airport to the city's future and completed it.
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