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Old August 22nd, 2008, 08:28 AM   #2581
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Old August 26th, 2008, 06:28 AM   #2587
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AirAsia to launch Bangkok link
26 August 2008
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Budget carrier AirAsia will launch daily flights to Bangkok on October 26 despite an increasingly tough operating environment and high fuel costs.

The airline made its Hong Kong debut on May 15 with a daily service to Kuala Lumpur for as little as HK$99 one-way, excluding surcharges and taxes. An evening departure to Kuala Lumpur will be added tomorrow.

AirAsia chief executive Tony Fernandes said the Hong Kong-Kuala Lumpur route could grow to four or five flights a day.

The budget carrier is the largest in Southeast Asia and joins more than half a dozen airlines that fly between Hong Kong and Bangkok, one of the most popular holiday destinations.

Kathleen Tan, AirAsia's regional commercial manager, said the price for the Bangkok route would be finalised in the next fortnight and was expected to be lower than the HK$99 Kuala Lumpur fare, since the travelling time was about an hour less.

The route is dominated by Cathay Pacific, with five flights daily and round-trip fares averaging between HK$2,000 and HK$3,000.

Airlines are experiencing tough times with high fuel costs and tightening consumer spending.

AirAsia started charging passengers HK$26 to check in baggage a few months ago but offers a 50 per cent discount online. Like other carriers, it levies a surcharge to help offset the high cost of fuel but has not increased it, to keep its fares low.

Cathay Pacific passengers pay a surcharge of HK$231 each way to fly within Asia, up 35 per cent from HK$171 last month.

AirAsia had started washing its fleet of Airbus A320s more often to lose any dirt that could add to the planes' weight, Ms Tan said.
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Old August 28th, 2008, 04:45 AM   #2588
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Thai AirAsia to fly daily to HK
28 August 2008
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Budget airline Thai AirAsia plans to operate a Bangkok-Hong Kong service from late October.

Chief executive Tassapon Bijleveld said the airline would operate daily flights between the cities with newly delivered 180-seat Airbus A320s. It will be parent company AirAsia's second route to Hong Kong, following its Kuala Lumpur-Hong Kong service.

Tassapon said the airline would aim for an average load factor of 80 per cent and hoped Hong Kong would become a favourite destination for Thai travellers.

"The airline will start selling tickets in the next few weeks. So far, 2,000 customers have already asked to buy tickets," he said.

According to Thai AirAsia, there are 19 flights per day operating between Hong Kong and Bangkok, ranging in price between Bt13,000 and Bt15,000 per trip.

Thai AirAsia guarantees to charge less than Bt10,000. The fuel surcharge will be Bt900 one way, while airport tax and insurance will be added.

Apart from Hong Kong, the airline plans to service Bangkok to Guangzhou in China, Bali in Indonesia and cities in India.

Thai AirAsia expects to serve 4.6 million passengers this year. It had 2.1 million passengers in the first six months, an increase of 25 per cent year on year. It has had 10 million passengers since it started operations four years ago.

Airports of Thailand wants the airline to move operations back to Don Mueang Airport once work begins on the second-phase expansion of Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Tassapon said Thai AirAsia would need to get a commitment of staying a minimum of five years to cover the cost of relocation.

"When AOT finalises its plan, we will talk about the move," he said.
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Old September 3rd, 2008, 03:16 PM   #2589
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Old September 8th, 2008, 05:28 AM   #2590
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Two foreign airlines to serve Bali
4 September 2008
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Two more foreign airlines have been scheduled to provide direct flights to Bali in the near future said Heru Legowo, general manager for airport operations at Ngurah Rai international Airport on Wednesday.

"The two airlines are Hong Kong Express based in Hong Kong and Virgin Blue in Australia," Heru said, speaking for the state-owned firm PT Angkasa Pura I, which manages the airport.

He said the two airlines would start offering direct flights to Bali later this month: Hong Kong Express to begin on Sept. 11 with four flights from Hong Kong a week and Virgin Blue would fly in 11 times a week from Cairns.

"The start date for Virgin Blue flights has not been set yet, but they have been scheduled to start within the month," he said.

The two airlines will raise the number of foreign airlines serving Bali directly to 26.

Heru expected more foreign airlines will help increase the number of foreign tourists visiting the resort island, especially from Hong Kong and Australia.

As Hong Kong Express also flies to South Korea and Taiwan, "we hope the new services will significantly raise the number of visitors to Bali", he said.

Aloysius Purwa, chair of the Bali chapter of the Association of Indonesian Tour and Travel Agencies (ASITA), hailed the planned services by the two foreign airlines.

The rising number of foreign tourists visiting Bali reflects rising international interest in the island, Purwa said.

"This will ensure Bali remains one of the favorite tourism destinations in the world," he said.

"Bali needs still more foreign airlines to enable foreign tourists to go there."

Purwa added the number of foreign airlines serving direct flights to Bali is still too small to attract significantly more visitors.

Based on figures from the Denpasar office of the Central Statistics Agency, the number of foreign tourists visiting Bali from January to July 2008 reached about 1.11 million, an increase of 21.64 percent compared to 912,270 tourists during the corresponding period last year.
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Old September 9th, 2008, 05:10 AM   #2591
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Chek Lap Kok chief urges links with mainland airports for bright future
Hong Kong Standard
Tuesday, September 09, 2008

The future of Hong Kong International Airport hinges on its links with mainland airports, according to its chairman Marvin Cheung Kin-tung.

Addressing the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce yesterday, Cheung said that although the territory's aviation market is mature, it is experiencing pressure from an economic slump and higher prices as well as stiffer competition on the horizon.

Cheung called for border crossing formalities to be made more seamless to "compete effectively and secure our share of the market from the Pearl River Delta." Future growth areas, he said, lie in expanding the city's access to new routes, including mainland domestic routes.

He defended the airport's 55 percent investment in Zhuhai Airport and 35 percent stake in Hangzhou's Xiaoshan International Airport, saying there is an obligation for Hong Kong to share its management expertise with mainland airports.

Hangzhou airport's initial public offering next year would have an extremely good return for the Hong Kong airport, he added.

Cheung ruled out the possibility of waiving airport fees for carriers to encourage wider use as this would not provide substantial relief. Instead, closer relationships with airports in the delta would help enhance traffic flow and capture a range of future business opportunities.

"[Shenzhen] strengths and our strengths are very different. They have a tremendously strong domestic network and we have a very strong international network, but our domestic network doesn't compare with them. If we are able to link them with a dedicated high- speed rail link, as outlined in the chief executive's policy address, that would be a tremendous advantage," Cheung said.

"Hong Kong must come first," he said, adding, "one area where we can possibly enhance our position is to help sister airports in China which will benefit Hong Kong indirectly. If they get the traffic we'll get the spin- off. With their IPO we'll get the dollars. It is not as direct, but the priority is Hong Kong."

Looking to increase the airport's current operation of 55 movements an hour to 68 or above within a decade, Cheung said a study would be launched to look at the need of a third runway, its associated costs, benefits and environmental impacts.

The airport is undergoing a HK$4.5 billion makeover that has added 10 cargo stands and a north satellite concourse with 10 bays for narrow-body aircraft. It will also open a four-story, four-berth ferry pier next year.
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Donghai Airlines Opens Air Cargo Service to HK
9 September 2008

Donghai Airlines launched the Shenzhen-Hong Kong-Shenzhen freight routes today. This is the first time for Shenzhen Airport to open round-trip freight routes to Hong Kong. At present, there are in total 9 companies operating international air cargo business at Shenzhen Airport. Donghai Airlines will the 10th and it is also the only one that especially operates round-trip air cargo business to Hong Kong. It flies every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

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'100 flights per hour' with extra runway
Airport study to be completed in two years

9 September 2008
South China Morning Post

The government expected aircraft movements to increase to more than 100 per hour from next year's hourly rate of 58 if a third runway were built at the airport, transport minister Eva Cheng said yesterday.

Speaking at the opening of the DHL Central Asia Hub facility at the airport, Ms Cheng revealed that the government was carrying out an environmental impact study on a third runway within the coming two years. She did not comment on how long it would take to build a runway.

"The runway capacity could be substantially increased to over 100 movements per hour with the addition of a third runway," she said. "Engineering and environmental feasibility studies are under way for this important infrastructure."

The number of aircraft movements from the existing two runways combined could grow to 68 per hour by 2015, according to a study. This was not a fixed limit as tweaking other factors could yield greater capacity, Airport Authority chairman Marvin Cheung Kin-tung said.

Authority chief executive Stanley Hui Hon-chung said a much clearer picture would emerge within two years about what would need to be built, the timetable and other details.

The completion of the engineering and environmental feasibility studies did not mean the runway decision would be made after two years, an authority spokesman said.

Factors relating to the environmental and economic impacts and associated costs of a third runway, as well as the alternatives and consequences of not building one, would all be considered, Mr Hui said.

Li Chung-lun, professor of logistics management at Polytechnic University, said he expected a third runway to be extremely expensive.

"The estimated capacity increase in aircraft movements from the addition of a third runway needs to be weighed against its cost. Is it justified?" Professor Li said.

"As the maximum capacity has not been reached yet, some people may prefer the airport to have bigger planes, diverting smaller aircraft to airports in the Pearl River Delta."

The authority reported an 18 per cent increase in profit for the fiscal year ending in March but warned the short-term outlook for passenger growth would be hurt by rising oil prices, inflation and direct flights between Taiwan and the mainland.
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HK eyes nostalgic return of seaplanes to its harbour

HONG KONG, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Propeller-powered seaplanes could once more glide into Hong Kong's famed harbour, with the former British colony now considering a proposal to revive this bygone era of travel after half a century.

In the 1930s, when the modern financial hub was a sleepy colonial outpost, seaplanes could be seen splashing down like gleaming silver gulls into the calm embrace of its deep-water harbour -- dotted with Chinese junks and sampans, and buttressed by rippling hills to the north and south.

While the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong in World War Two disrupted runs to the nearby Portuguese enclave of Macau which lacked a terrestrial airstrip, seaplanes took off again after the war, though their commercial viability waned and this brief flirtation with amphibious flights came to an end by the 1960s.

Now, a Canadian entrepreneur is aiming to revive some of the thrill and romance of the era, with a proposal to launch regular seaplane services between Hong Kong and the booming casino hub of Macau on twin-propeller, 18-seat DHC-6 Twin Otters.

"It's going to take two or three minutes to transit the harbour and honestly the view is going to be absolutely phenomenal," said Michael Agopsowicz, director of WaterfrontAir.

"These are the same planes they use to fly through the Grand Canyon... it's the real James Bond experience," he added.

While the government is still considering the safety and viability of the proposal, the city's tourism promotion board has backed the idea's business and leisure potential.

"Not only can the services offer users the opportunity to view Hong Kong's spectacular skyline and cityscape over the Victoria Harbour, they can also strengthen Hong Kong's image as a major cosmopolitan city," said the board's executive director, Anthony Lau, in a recent written response.

FLYING DOWN MEMORY LANE

The seaplanes are slated to take off from a water aerodrome near Hong Kong's old Kai Tak airport, which stands to evoke nostalgic memories of the exhilarating arrival by air to the city in the old days, as planes banked precariously over the rooftops of buildings onto a runway jutting into the harbour.

"Great idea, I would love to see this happen," said a blogger called Christopher Cundle on the Hong Kong plane spotter's website (www.hkspotting.com)

The seaplanes would be cheaper -- around $200 a trip -- than existing helicopter services to Macau that cost around $300 and quicker than ferry services that take an hour, with plans to have 20 flights a day ferrying 150,000 visitors a year.

"This could be history being renewed, a lot of people are excited about that," said Agopsowicz.

Since the first French-designed "Canard" took flight in 1910, seaplanes have been used for diverse civilian, emergency and military purposes in remote areas including the Alaskan and Canadian wilderness, as well as the African Bush.

Seaplanes are also a fixture in places like Vancouver in Canada, the Caribbean islands, Glasgow and Sydney.

Asia however, despite its stunning coasts and famed port cities, has few commercial seaplane services except those plying the turquoise seas of southern Thailand and the Maldives archipelago in the Indian Ocean.
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Hong Kong Overtakes Memphis Airport
1 September 2008
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For a month at least, Hong Kong International Airport is on top of the world in the air cargo business.

The airport became the world's largest cargo airport in June, overtaking Memphis International Airport as the longtime No. 1 airport and FedEx Express hub suffered a steep decline in summer freight traffic.

Hong Kong, long the world's largest international gateway, handled 312,000 metric tons of cargo in June, according to the Airport Authority of Hong Kong. The tonnage was 2.4 percent better than the same month a year ago. Memphis, meanwhile, saw cargo traffic fall 13 percent in June, to 289,715 metric tons.
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