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Old July 13th, 2008, 08:19 AM   #2541
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Happy to have contributed 2 passenger counts to the June figures.
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Old July 14th, 2008, 04:31 AM   #2542
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Old July 14th, 2008, 04:49 AM   #2543
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It is so sad to see the Oasis' 747 being grounded.
I wonder who is paying the parking fee or no one does.
I think the fees are still being paid, but will come out of the final liquidation amount to be compiled by KPMG (or whichever advisory firm is doing the wind-up). If there isn't enough to pay for that, then the Airport Authority will have to wait in line like all the other creditors.
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Old July 14th, 2008, 09:41 AM   #2544
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For the seventh time in 10 years, Hong Kong International Airport has been named as the traveller's favourite - being voted World's Best Airport 2008 in the World Airport Awards™
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LONDON - 14th July 2008 : Hong Kong International Airport has been named the World's Best Airport for 2008, in the worldwide passenger survey results released today by Skytrax. Representing a notable achievement, this is the 7th time in ten years that the accolade has been won by Hong Kong International Airport.

Singapore Changi Airport remains firmly positioned itself at the top end of the rankings, in 2nd position worldwide, ahead of Seoul Incheon International Airport in 3rd place. Asian airport dominance of the high survey rankings is topped off by Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which moves up into 4th place in the 2008 results.

"We congratulate Hong Kong for their repeated success in winning the World's best Airport title" said Skytrax CEO, Mr Edward Plaisted. "In recent years, the whole air travel experience has become much more focussed on the time customers spend in the airport environment, and Hong Kong has established itself as a clear passenger favourite in this respect."

"The World Airport Survey evaluates a broad spectrum of product and service touchpoints across the airport experience, covering a wide spectrum of passenger types. Hong Kong was particularly notable for gaining highest satisfaction ratings in such a diverse market. Like any other business, an airport is striving to deliver world-class standards that will make a customer want to use it again, and achieving this level of loyalty requires the highest levels of quality consistency - something where Hong Kong was singled out again and again during the survey."

"Over the last 10 years, the Skytrax World Airport Awards have become recognised as the trusted, global symbol of quality for airports," said Edward Plaisted. "Our survey participants represent the most experienced, diverse and discerning travellers in the marketplace, and airports throughout the world recognize the inherent value that comes with their endorsement."

The 2006 title winner, Singapore Changi Airport, is ranked 2nd in the 2008 World Airport Awards, with Seoul Incheon Airport in 3rd, and KLIA Kuala Lumpur moving into 4th place.

"We again saw a very tight finish to this 2007/8 passenger survey, with very close margins seen between the World's Top 3 airports. The opening of the new Terminal 3 at Singapore Changi was clearly visible from results during the survey, with customer satisfaction levels showing marked increases for this airport over the period it was included. We have yet to see what impact the new Concourse Terminal will have upon passenger ratings for Seoul Incheon Airport, with this being too late to have any impact on these 2008 results" said Plaisted.

Munich Airport is again the winner of Best Airport in Europe title, and also ranked 5th in the world - out of more than 190 airports. San Francisco was named Best Airport North America, ahead of Vancouver (2nd) and Dallas/Fort Worth in 3rd position for the region.

In the Middle East passengers have to wait awhile for airport improvements, with the new airports yet to open in Dubai, Doha and Abu Dhabi. In the meantime, Best Airport for the region is Tel Aviv (1st), Bahrain (2nd) and Muscat (3rd).

Best Airport in Africa is Cape Town, which for the first time has entered the World's Top 10 Airports in 10th position, with Johannesburg ranked 2nd in Africa, ahead of Addis Ababa in 3rd place.

ABOUT THE SURVEY

The World Airport Survey is conducted by UK-based aviation research organisation, Skytrax, with more than 8.2 million questionnaires completed by passengers across the world, during the 10 month survey period.

Passenger interviews include a detailed appraisal for more than 40 categories of product and service quality from check-in to departure, from arrivals to baggage collection - including terminal cleanliness, staff efficiency, staff courtesy, terminal signage, security processing, immigration and customers, walking distances, as well as features like shopping, dining options, internet services.

Survey Methodology
http://www.worldairportawards.com/main/methods.htm

RESULTS
1. Hong Kong
2. Singapore Changi
3. Seoul Incheon
4. Kuala Lumpur KLIA
5. Munich
6. Kansai
7. Copenhagen
8. Zurich
9. Helsinki
10. Cape Town

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Old July 16th, 2008, 04:39 AM   #2545
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HK Airport June Cargo Volume Growth Slows Sharply To 2.4%
13 July 2008

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cargo volume growth at Hong Kong's airport slowed sharply in June as exports from China eased and fuel costs of airlines rose, the Airport Authority Hong Kong said.

The airport operator said in a statement Sunday cargo volume in June rose 2.4% to 312,000 metric tons, from 305,000 tons a year earlier. That is down from May's 6.7% growth and is the lowest expansion in cargo volume in the past year.

"The slower growth in air cargo was largely in line with the reduction in foreign trade between China and its trading partners in the month," the statement said.

"Higher cost of airfreight will also drive less time-sensitive shipments to sea freight," it added.

For the first six months this year, the airport handled 1.8 million tons of cargo, or 6.8% more than it did in the same period last year.

In the same statement, the Airport Authority Hong Kong said it handled 4.1 million passengers in June, or 5% more than it did a year earlier.

The growth in the number of passengers also slowed from May, when passenger throughput grew 8.3% from a year earlier.

Passenger throughput in the first half this year totaled 24.4 million, or 7.3% more than a year earlier.

Total aircraft movements for June rose 2.7% to 24,825 from 24,161.

Hong Kong International Airport operates more than 5,000 flights a week and has an annual passenger handling capacity of more than 45 million. The Hong Kong government owns 100% of the airport authority.
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Old July 16th, 2008, 04:41 AM   #2546
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AirAsia calls for budget terminal in HK to boost passenger growth
11 July 2008
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AirAsia, one of the most profitable budget airlines in the world, yesterday called on the Hong Kong Airport Authority to build a budget terminal to stimulate passenger growth.

The Malaysia-based carrier launched its first Hong Kong-Kuala Lumpur service last month and already has a 90 per cent load factor, flying 20,000 passengers so far.

"We are thinking about increasing the service to twice daily in October and further lowering fares because of the economies of scale," said chief executive Tony Fernandes yesterday.

Meanwhile, in light of soaring fuel prices, which account for about 50 per cent of the carrier's operating costs, AirAsia is seeking every possible way to save costs.

"If Hong Kong could start building a budget terminal, we could bring Hong Kong people to other cities in Malaysia, Indonesia and even Bali," Mr Fernandes said.

There are three low-cost terminals in Asia which have minimal decoration and charge lower landing and aircraft parking fees, as well as lower passenger fees, which translate into cheaper airfares.

Singapore and Malaysia's budget terminals have brought extra passenger flows.

In March, Singapore decided to expand its budget terminal by 2.5 times to handle 7 million passengers a year. Malaysia's low-cost terminal, scheduled to handle almost 15 million passengers this year, is set to surpass its design capacity.

Market watchers said Hong Kong should not shut itself off from the booming budget airline market.

"One out of 10 business travellers is taking a budget airline," said Timothy Kwai Ting-kong, an economics columnist who writes for various publications. Since Macau welcomed AirAsia two years ago, the number of tourists coming from Malaysia has exceeded those from either Japan or South Korea. "It is the merit of budget airlines."

The Airport Authority, however, seemed indifferent to the proposal by the airline and the industry, added Mr Kwai, who said he suggested the idea to deputy secretary Esmond Lee of Hong Kong's Economic Development Bureau in May.

"A two-storey north satellite concourse with 10 bridge-served parking stands is under construction to serve narrow-bodied aircraft," the Airport Authority replied through an e-mail yesterday.

The facility is not catering to budget airlines, but to the aircraft type that budget airlines usually deploy. The spokesman from the airport said it was by no means considered a budget terminal.
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Old July 20th, 2008, 06:56 AM   #2547
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Old July 20th, 2008, 07:34 PM   #2548
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Old July 21st, 2008, 11:52 AM   #2549
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Seair seeks Macau, Hong Kong flights
18 July 2008
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SOUTHEAST Asian Airlines (Seair) has asked the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) for seat entitlements to mount flights in Macau and Hong Kong from Clark, in a bid to serve the growing demand for overseas Filipino workers and local tourists.

In a filing with the CAB, Seair wants 2,520 seat entitlements, allowing the airline to fly twice daily to the world's top gambling destination from Clark. The carrier also wants the same number of seat entitlements to Hong Kong, allowing it to fly twice daily from Clark.

The Philippine air panel and its counterpart in Macau recently completed an air service agreement raising total seat entitlements to 13,100 a week from 850.

Of the total, 3,600 seats will be allocated for Manila and Macau, vice-versa; 6,000 seats for Clark and Subic; and another 3,500 seats weekly for carriers outside Manila.

Philippine Airlines (PAL), Cebu Pacific and Asian Spirit earlier expressed interest in tapping the world's top gambling destination. PAL had said that it needs 1,050-weekly seat entitlements to Macau from Manila. The Lucio Tan-owned airline began flying on May 1 with 450 weekly seats entitlements or five times a week through a temporary operating permit.

Also, the Philippines and Hong Kong government have agreed to 23,800 seat entitlements per week for each state. Of the total, 15,000 had been allocated to Manila, 6,300 to Clark and the remaining 2,500 to Cebu.

Avelino Zapanta, Seair president said the application for seat entitlements in Macau and Hong Kong forms part of the airline's expansion since last year.

"We are looking to operate the Macau and Hong Kong as soon as possible, despite this development," Zapanta said, referring to rising fuel costs.

The airline's expansion plan had been delayed for more than a year because of the CAB's failure to approve the lease agreement with Singaporean budget airline Tiger Airways for two brand new Airbus aircraft.

In September 2006, Seair signed a lease agreement with Tiger Airways for the two brand-new 180-seater A320 aircraft.

Rivals Cebu Pacific, PAL, Asian Spirit and Air Philippines separately filed oppositions to the agreement before the CAB on the ground that Tiger is using Seair to access domestic operations.

The new aircraft will be used for its regional flight expansion.

At present, Seair has 11 aircrafts, of which four are Dornier 328 and seven Let 410 UVP-Es.

Seair flies 18 routes to local tourist destinations such as Manila; Caticlan (Boracay) and Cebu in the Visayas; Clark in Northern Luzon; Busuanga, Cuyo, El Nido, Puerto Princesa and Rodriguez in Palawan; Camiguin, Cotobato, Zamboanga, Jolo, and Tawi-Tawi in Mindanao.
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Old July 24th, 2008, 03:43 PM   #2550
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Old July 25th, 2008, 02:56 AM   #2551
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Very nice pictures!!THe 767 of Continental,where did it come from??Guam or LAX?Does continental has direct flights from Houston toHKG?
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Old July 25th, 2008, 06:17 AM   #2552
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That's a Continental Boeing 777 non-stop from Newark.
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Old July 25th, 2008, 07:03 AM   #2553
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Thanks for the correction,but still the question are there any non-stop flights from IAH to HKG???
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Old July 25th, 2008, 10:55 AM   #2554
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Thanks for the correction,but still the question are there any non-stop flights from IAH to HKG???
No. There are no direct nonstop flights from Houston.
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Old July 26th, 2008, 08:51 AM   #2555
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Nine airlines cleared to raise fuel surcharges
Passengers pick up latest bill for increase in cost of aviation fuel

26 July 2008
South China Morning Post

Cathay Pacific and eight other airlines have been cleared by the government to charge passengers more than HK$900 each way in fuel surcharges on long-haul flights.

More carriers are expected to apply for a higher tariff next week to help offset the rising cost of aviation fuel.

The higher surcharge means short-haul passengers flying within Asia will pay HK$231 each way, up 35 per cent from HK$171. Long-haul routes to destinations such as North and South America, Europe, Africa and the Middle East will now cost HK$924 in fuel surcharges instead of HK$710, up 30 per cent.

These are the maximum adjustments allowed by the Civil Aviation Department (CAD) under the current review, effective from August 1 to September 30.

Cathay Pacific, which expressed regret over the higher surcharge, said the latest increase would cover less than half the fuel cost.

The current average short- and long-haul fuel surcharges represent 50.4 per cent and 63.4 per cent of those at international levels, respectively.

Cathay Pacific, its subsidiary, Dragonair, Singapore Airlines and short-haul Xiamen Airlines will impose the maximum increases. Nepal Airlines and Saudi Arabian Airlines, which previously opted to maintain their surcharges at HK$240 and HK$118 per leg, respectively, will more than double them to HK$540 and HK$470.

All Nippon Airways' surcharge will rise to HK$171 from HK$125, Jetstar Asia Airways will raise its surcharge to HK$231 from HK$136, and the new Aeroflot rate will be HK$753, up from HK$620.

A department spokesman said: "Despite the reduction in oil prices in the last several days, the latest monthly average for aviation fuel prices is still higher than that when the passenger fuel surcharges were last reviewed.

"The significant increase in fuel prices has had a severe impact on the operating costs of airlines.

"Although airlines have taken some cost-cutting actions to counter the high fuel costs, they are still unable to offset the additional cost due to the high fuel prices. Some airlines have had to redeploy their capacity or even reduce services."

Data from the International Air Transport Association, which represents the airline industry, shows the average global price of aviation fuel reached US$166.10 a barrel on July 18. This was down 7.1 per cent from a week earlier, but 81.7 per cent higher year on year.

The association estimated that would raise the global airline industry's fuel bill this year by about US$89 billion.

A Cathay Pacific spokesman said: "There is a significant time lag of two to three months from the time we submit our fuel surcharge application to the CAD to the time the new surcharges become effective.

"The supporting information we submitted earlier this month to the CAD was based on average jet fuel prices in May and June since the last review.

"Also, the difference between jet fuel and crude oil prices had widened dramatically in recent months because of additional refinery costs, limited refinery capacity and persistent demand."

Rising oil prices have taken a heavy toll on the region's aviation industry this year. Cathay Pacific said this month that half-year earnings scheduled to be released next month would be disappointing.
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HK Aircraft Engineering 1H Net Profit Rises 7.9% To HK$591M
5 August 2008

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Engineering services firm Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co. (0044.HK) said Tuesday its first-half net profit rose 7.9% from a year earlier, lifted by increased demand for heavy aircraft maintenance work.

Net profit for the six months ended June 30 totaled HK$591 million from HK$548 million a year earlier.

Revenue rose 12% to HK$2.50 billion from HK$2.23 billion.

The Hong Kong-listed company recommended a first-half dividend of HK$0.93, up from HK$0.88 a year earlier.

Haeco is controlled by Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) and its parent Swire Pacific Ltd. (0019.HK).

The company operates two aircraft maintenance hangars in Hong Kong and five hangars in Xiamen airport.
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