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Old September 23rd, 2008, 04:34 AM   #2621
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Pilots suspended over 'taxiway takeoff bid' Captain denies claims; investigations launched
20 September 2008
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The pilot and co-pilot of a Hong Kong Airlines passenger plane have been grounded after they allegedly tried to take off from a taxiway rather than a runway at Chek Lap Kok airport.

An air traffic controller raised the alarm when he saw a South Korea-bound Boeing 737 carrying 122 passengers hurtling down a taxiway running parallel to the north runway at 4am last Saturday, the Civil Aviation Department (CAD) said.

The controller radioed the pilot and alerted him in time for him to abort takeoff after about 500 metres and take off from the runway instead, investigators said.

Following the incident, managers have sent a memo and maps of the layout of Chek Lap Kok to all pilots reminding them: "Ensure you are on a runway before taking off."

The incident took place on flight HX2692, a charter flight bound for Cheong Ju and operated by seven-year-old Hong Kong Airlines, which - with sister airline Hong Kong Express - flies to 30 cities in Asia.

Indonesian captain Indra Santrianto and his first officer Diego Martin Chiadria, an Argentinian aged about 30, have been suspended from duty while the airline and CAD continue their investigations.

Mr Indra, who is in his late 40s, was summoned to explain himself last weekend and insisted in an interview and a written report to his managers that he did not try to take off from the taxiway, a management source at the airline said.

Instead, he is understood to have argued that he was travelling so rapidly down the taxiway for the early morning flight that air traffic controllers may have mistaken this for an attempted takeoff. Flight data examined by investigators showed the plane was travelling at a higher speed than would be expected for an aircraft taxiing towards a takeoff position, the source said.

Hong Kong Airlines was yesterday awaiting a report from the CAD and for details of recordings of conversations between the pilots and air traffic controllers.

A management source said Hong Kong Airlines was also taking steps to ensure all its pilots had practice in using taxiways at Chek Lap Kok before flying in and out of Hong Kong.

Taxiways at the airport run the entire length of runways but are narrower, have different coloured lighting and, unlike runways, do not have lights up the centre.

One senior Hong Kong-based pilot said last night: "There is nothing on board a plane to warn you if you take off from a taxiway or if you stray onto an active runway, and this is a problem that needs addressing.

"Fortunately, at Hong Kong, air traffic controllers have on-ground radar so they would be able to tell very quickly if a plane was trying to take off in the wrong place."

A Hong Kong Airlines spokeswoman said: "This case is currently under investigation by our management, so we can make no further comment on it at the moment."

The CAD said in a statement that despite the pilot's claims, it had concluded that the aircraft "attempted to take off at taxiway A instead of the north runway".

There was no danger to the aircraft or the passengers at any point, it said.

A CAD spokesman said there had been three cases involving pilots taking wrong turns into taxiways when attempting a takeoff. "Improvements to the lighting, taxiway signs and airlines' operations procedures have been implemented after the last two occurrences in June 2003 and May 2007," he said.
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Old September 23rd, 2008, 08:36 AM   #2622
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Old September 23rd, 2008, 08:47 AM   #2623
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Old September 24th, 2008, 04:14 AM   #2624
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Old September 24th, 2008, 11:51 AM   #2625
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HK Airport Authority: 82 Flights Canceled On Typhoon
23 September 2008

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--The operator of Hong Kong's international airport said Tuesday that airlines have canceled 82 flights operating to and from the city, as Typhoon Hagupit heads near the south China coast.

As of 1030 GMT, a total of 40 arriving flights and 42 departures have been canceled, an Airport Authority Hong Kong official said.

The official said a further 12 flights have been delayed as a result of the typhoon.

The Hong Kong Observatory issued the Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal 8 at 1000 GMT Tuesday. Under signal 8, all markets, offices, schools and nonessential government departments shut down.

Hong Kong's two main airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) and its unit Hong Kong Dragon Airlines Ltd., plan to suspend flights into and out of the city's airport between 1300 GMT Tuesday and 0000 GMT Wednesday.

"Strong winds associated with the typhoon are expected to exceed operational safety limits during the above period," Cathay Pacific said in a statement.

Cathay Pacific said its flights before 1300 GMT Tuesday will operate as normal.

The airline also said a number of inbound flights may have to be diverted to other airports in the region depending on weather conditions.
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Old September 25th, 2008, 03:28 AM   #2626
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Thanks for those pics, I like those planes specially the Boeing 747 landing on the airport, wonderful shots, that's incredible.....

Awesome pictures.

I have a doubt, the Airbus A380 has arrived to this airport??
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Old September 26th, 2008, 05:05 AM   #2627
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HK sets lower fuel surcharges for six airlines

HONG KONG, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Hong Kong's Civil Aviation Department said on Thursday it approved lower fuel surcharges levied by six airlines from Oct. 1 to Nov. 30, representing a reduction of up to 10-15 percent from the existing levels.

The new maximum levels of fuel surcharges will be HK$196 ($25.23) for short-haul flights and HK$832 for long-haul flights.

The airlines are Cathay Pacific , All Nippon Airways , Thai Air Asia, Saudi Arabian Airlines [SAUD.UL], Nepal Airlines and Jetstar Asia Airways. ($1=HK$7.770)
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Old September 26th, 2008, 10:29 AM   #2628
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Old October 9th, 2008, 02:47 AM   #2629
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Old October 15th, 2008, 05:56 PM   #2630
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Shenzhen-HK Easy Flight Transit Service Launched

SHENZHEN, October 13, SinoCast -- The easy flight transit service between Hong Kong International Airport and Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport was formally launched on October 8, 2008.

According to the cooperation, those passengers from Mainland China planning to fly from the Hong Kong airport to other countries can take a stop at the Shenzhen airport where they can go through boarding procedures and then take a bus to Hong Kong. And those passengers in Hong Kong who want to transfer from the Shenzhen airport to the mainland can go through similar procedures in Hong Kong and then take a bus to Shenzhen.

Actually, the service has been put into trial operation since the end of this August, though no luggage-consignment is involved, a spokesman for the Airport Authority Hong Kong said in an in interview. "And as for the service, Shenzhen Airport Co., Ltd. (SZSE: 000089) is the sole partner of the Hong Kong airport in the mainland although the latter provides shuttle bus service with over 160 destinations currently." It is not the first time for both airports to launch easy transit service, pointed out the spokesman, adding that they joined hands to offer fast shipping transit service years ago.

There have been few such cooperation in China, said Li Xiaojin, a professor with Civil Aviation University of China. The Tianjin airport once reached an agreement with the Beijing airport on easy flight transit service. Counterparts in Chengdu and Chongqing also inked a similar contract. However, the service was brought to end for various reasons later. So the tie-up between the Hong Kong and Shenzhen airports over the easy flight transit service would not last long due to fierce competition among airports in the nation's Pear River Delta, forecasted Li.

Notably, a high-speed railway is planned to be built between the two airports. Presently, an expert team has been established by both sides to make a feasibility study on the proposal, said sources. And the feasibility study is expected to be completed within this year. It will take passengers as short as 20 minutes from Shenzhen airport to Hong Kong airport or from Hong Kong airport to Shenzhen airport after the completion of the railway, Amar Gill, an analyst with Calyon Securities Co., Ltd., said in a recent statement.
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Old October 15th, 2008, 05:58 PM   #2631
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Old October 16th, 2008, 08:45 AM   #2632
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Thirty-two injured on turbulent Hong Kong-Bangkok flight: Thai official
2 October 2008
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Thirty-two people were hospitalised Thursday after a China Airlines Boeing 747-400 hit severe turbulence en route from Hong Kong to Bangkok, a Thai aviation official said.

"The flight CI 641 from Hong Kong hit turbulence 20 minutes before landing and we have send 32 injured people to three nearby hospitals," Airports of Thailand president Seererat Prasutanont told AFP.

Among the injured were 21 passengers and 11 crew members, he said.

The airline disputed Thailand's toll, saying that only 21 people had been hurt.

China Airlines, Taiwan's leading carrier, said only two Chinese passengers had been hospitalised, while 15 travellers and four cabin crew received minor injuries.

Chaiwat Banthuamporn, deputy director of Bangkok's Smithivej Sri Nakharin hospital, where 20 of the injured were taken, backed the Thai official's version of events.

Chaiwat said most of the injuries were minor bruises and sprains.

"Eleven of the 20 have been discharged and only four are still under observation," he said. "Almost all of them are Chinese nationals," he added.

Thai officials said the plane was carrying 147 passengers and 11 crew while the airline said 163 passengers were aboard.

Fourteen of the injured were from Thailand, the United States and Israel, the airline added.

The plane, which had begun its journey in the Taiwanese capital Taipei Thursday morning and landed in Hong Kong for a brief stopover, finally landed safely at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport at 1:23 pm.

It was the second incident of severe turbulence for the carrier in less than two weeks.

Some 30 people, including one man who suffered a fractured spine, were injured on September 20 when another China Airlines jet hit severe turbulence en route from Taiwan to Indonesia's Bali island.

The plane was not damaged in the September incident and later returned to Taiwan, the airline said.
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Old October 17th, 2008, 07:19 AM   #2633
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I admire those pics because I think it's difficult to shot these planes in flight or landing on the airport.

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Old October 18th, 2008, 05:39 PM   #2636
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Hactl joins Cargo 2000
20 October 2008
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Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) has joined air freight quality initiative Cargo 2000.

Hong Kong's largest air freight handler said the move would enable it to establish more transparent performance indicators with airlines, freight forwarders and other industry players.

Kenneth Bell, director of service delivery for Hactl, said: "We hope to benefit from streamlined processes and a more efficient and effective cargo solution for our airline customers and business partners." Hactl handled 2.63m tonnes of cargo in 2007, more than 70% of throughput at Hong Kong International Airport.

Tom Presnail, Cargo 2000's regional director for Asia Pacific, said: "Hactl's decision to join Cargo 2000 is clearly a significant boost to our quality programme in the region, as the company has been admired for its leading role and innovation for many years."
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Hong Kong airport reports sharp drop in traffic
19 October 2008

HONG KONG (AP) - Hong Kong's international airport recorded a sharp drop in passenger and cargo volume in September compared to the same month in 2007, it said Sunday.

Passenger numbers for the month dropped 4.7 percent from September 2007 to 3.6 million people and cargo volume fell 7.5 percent to 317,000 tons, the airport said in a statement.

"The steep decline in traffic volumes in both passenger and air cargo clearly reflected a very troubled global economy," Airport Authority Chief Executive Stanley Hui said in the statement.

He said he expects airlines will scale back operations and postpone expansion plans.

"The aviation industry is expected to face even more difficult times in the coming months," Hui said.

The drop has been recent, and total passenger and cargo volume during the first nine months of the year remained higher than the same period in 2007.

Passenger volume jumped 3.7 percent to 36.7 million people and cargo volume rose 3.0 percent to 2.8 million tons, the airport said.
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Economic crisis hits passengers, cargo through Hong Kong airport


HONG KONG (AFP) — The number of passengers travelling through Hong Kong's airport dropped 4.7 percent year-on-year in September as the global financial crisis hits the aviation industry, the airport authority said.

Figures from the Hong Kong Airport Authority showed 3.6 million passengers came through the city's airport during the month compared with 3.8 million a year earlier.

Cargo also dropped, with 317,000 tonnes handled in September, down 7.5 percent on the previous year, the authority's figures showed.

The number of flights edged down 0.4 percent to 24,570.

The reduction in passengers was mainly the result of fewer visitors to the territory, while travel by Hong Kong residents and transit passengers also decreased slightly, the figures showed.

On the cargo front, the decline was widespread, including import, export and trans-shipment.

"The steep decline in traffic volumes in both passenger and air cargo clearly reflected a very troubled global economy as a result of the financial tsunami, which has affected all countries in the world," Stanley Hui, chief executive officer of the airport authority said in a statement released Sunday.

"The US and Europe, the biggest trading partners with Hong Kong and China, saw a significant drop in air cargo traffic to/from Hong Kong in the month."

Hui said the annual "Golden Week" holiday also saw fewer visitors arrive by air than in 2007, showing a continuing decline in traffic between Hong Kong and mainland China.

"Given the very difficult operating environment and shrinking demand in the economic slowdown, airlines are expected to further scale back their operation or put on hold their expansion plans," Hui said.

"The aviation industry is expected to face even more difficult times in the coming months."

Hong Kong's carrier Cathay Pacific said last week its passenger numbers in September had dropped 0.7 percent year-on-year, with business and first class travel hit particularly hard.
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