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Old March 28th, 2009, 07:01 PM   #2881
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4航空公司 減燃油附加費
26 March 2009
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【本報訊】隨著國際燃油回落,航空公司徵收的燃油附加費亦逐步下調,昨日民航處批准4間航空公司調低客運燃油附加費,短途減幅介乎14.7%至36%不等,最高徵收52元;長途減幅則介乎4.4%至14.6%,最高徵收239元。新收費有效期由下月1日至5月31日。

獲調整燃油附加費的航空公司包括全日本航空、國泰、尼泊爾、星加坡航空公司。以國泰為例,短途燃油附加費由61元減至52元,長途則由280元減至239元(見表),有關附加費會以發出機票日期為準。民航處發言人表示,相比國際上航空公司所收取燃油附加費的平均水平,本地航線所收取的附加費維持較低水平。
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Old March 29th, 2009, 05:33 PM   #2882
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Old March 30th, 2009, 04:35 AM   #2883
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Wow, wow, wow! I am amazed by the good collection of airplane in action by you. Good work!
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Old March 30th, 2009, 05:14 AM   #2884
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Most of these are not my photos actually. They're the work of many local spotters.
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Aviation passenger fuel surcharges adjusted
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
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The Civil Aviation Department (CAD) today (March 25) gave approval for passenger fuel surcharges levied by four airlines to be reduced for the period from April 1 to May 31.

The new maximum levels of fuel surcharges will be $52 for short-haul flights and $239 for long-haul flights, which represent a reduction of about 15% from the current maximum levels for both short and long haul flights. The applicable surcharge levels are based on the ticket issue date. (These airlines and their newly approved fuel surcharge levels are listed in the Annex.)

It is an international practice for airlines to levy passenger fuel surcharges. A CAD spokesman said, "When compared with the average amounts of surcharges at international level, the surcharges on the local routes remain at a lower level.

"Fuel surcharges are a type of aviation tariff which requires the approval of the relevant aeronautical authorities before they can be levied," the CAD spokesman added.

When dealing with the latest applications for levying fuel surcharges, CAD has followed the same approach, having regard to changes in the prices of aviation fuel, the justifications provided by the airline operators, and other relevant factors such as the charges levied by other airlines. This approach has been consistently followed in dealing with fuel surcharge applications (which are submitted every two months), regardless of whether the oil prices are on the increase or decrease.

Passenger fuel surcharges are reviewed and adjusted regularly by the CAD. The last review was done at the end of January when the maximum surcharge levels approved by CAD were $61 for short-haul flights and $280 for long-haul flights.
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Old April 2nd, 2009, 03:20 PM   #2887
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 04:44 AM   #2888
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Lighter burn forces emergency landing
3 April 2009
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A passenger who fooled around with a cigarette lighter forced a Tokyo-bound Boeing 757 to return to Hong Kong for an emergency landing yesterday.

The Air Nippon Flight NH126 was one hour into the four-hour journey when a passenger complained of a burning smell.

A burn mark was found on a seat cover, and a disposable lighter was found under a seat.

The captain was informed and he immediately turned the aircraft around and requested an emergency landing.

None of the 188 passengers and 10 crew was injured.

It is not known who burned the seat. The aircraft was declared safe after an inspection, and took off again.
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Old April 7th, 2009, 11:16 AM   #2889
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British, Chinese firms seal major aviation deal
27 February 2009
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A 1.2 billion dollar deal between British jet engine maker Rolls-Royce and Hainan Airlines of China was announced Friday as British and Chinese firms signed deals worth up to 1.9 billion dollars.

The announcements, sealed at a ceremony in London attended by China's Trade Minister Chen Deming and Britain's Business Secretary Peter Mandelson, came on the last leg of a Chinese trade tour of Europe.

The 1.2 billion dollar (950 million euro) deal is for the purchase of Rolls-Royce jet engines and a service contract for Hong Kong Airlines planes, it was announced.

Afterwards, Chen said all the deals underlined China and Britain's joint commitment to the "fight against protectionism."

"We're probably facing the most serious economic situation ever since the Great Depression," he said.

China's economy "is also seriously negatively affected" and the situation "unprecedented", the minister said.

In a warning against protectionism, he added: "We should also realise there is no coordination between these stimulus packages and some countries are working to protect their own national interests."

Relying on a handful of large economies to pull the world out of trouble was not enough, he said, urging cooperation.

Representatives from Chinese companies signed a number of high-profile deals on their sweep through Europe, including more than 10 billion dollars of tie-ups with German firms. The visit also took in Spain and Switzerland.

The European Union is China's largest trading partner, its most important source for technology imports and its largest export destination, while China is the EU's second-largest trading partner.

On the final leg of the visit, representatives from hundreds of British firms met a delegation of around 150 Chinese companies including Baoshan Iron and Steel, China Construction Bank and Bank of China.

Around ten deals in total were also signed in London including smaller ones between steelmaker Corus, owned by India's Tata Steel, and the Chinese Petroleum Company for the supply of pipes, and a supply contract between Jaguar Land Rover, owned by Tata Motors, and SCAS Investment Group.

The headline figure of 1.9 billion dollars was supplied by UK Trade and Investment, the government body which helps British business abroad.

"I warmly welcome the deals signed today. This is an excellent sign for the future," said Mandelson.

"In this challenging global climate, China represents a great opportunity for UK business.

"By 2010 its market could account for over two trillion dollars of global imports and exports."
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Old April 7th, 2009, 03:13 PM   #2891
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Community Project for the HK Airport and Tung Chung, the town close the airport.

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HKIA Teams With Tung Chung Residents to Beautify Tunnels and Rain Shelters
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Old April 9th, 2009, 09:46 AM   #2892
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斐濟欖球隊投訴澳航訂票出錯
9 April 2009

【太陽報專訊】由於機票上安排出問題,日前在香港的比賽中奪魁的斐濟七人欖球隊,未能齊人返國慶祝,球隊更去信澳洲欖球總會投訴。該隊表示全隊所乘的機票由澳洲航空安排。

球隊經理人投訴他們早前從香港經悉尼飛阿德萊德,轉機時已遇上問題。其後在阿德萊德比賽完,經悉尼返斐濟時,在悉尼又遇上機票問題,兩名隊員和一名隨隊物理治療師未能上機,被迫滯留悉尼,周一返國的大隊獨欠他們三人。另外,澳航旗下的廉航捷星航空公司亦被投訴安排混亂。達爾文女子巴恩斯早在五周前已向捷星預訂本周五往阿德萊德的機票,不過原定坐同一航班的友人獲捷星通知航班已取消,巴恩斯先後兩次致電捷星查問,獲告知航班沒取消。周日捷星才改口確認航班已取消,令她非常惱火。捷星道歉,並稱會調查事件。
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Air cargo volume continues to fall
10 April 2009
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The volume of air cargo handled by the city's biggest operator remains well down from a year ago, but the drop last month was slightly smaller than those in January and February.

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) said export volumes were down 26.9 per cent year on year in March, at 96,500 tonnes.

Export volume in the first quarter was down 28.4 per cent; exports to the mainland fell the most, plunging 38.4 per cent. Exports to Europe and North America were down nearly 30 per cent in the same period.

A decline in import volumes also continued last month, with a year-on-year drop of nearly 20 per cent. The volume of cargo transshipped via Hong Kong - normally the sector least affected by economic downturns - fell 6.7 per cent year on year.

Hactl's general manager for marketing and customer service, Lilian Chan, said last month's volumes were an improvement on those the company had recorded in the previous few months.

"The March figures came as a minor relief as compared with the sharp tonnage declines registered in the previous months."

Still, she said: "The market outlook remains grim for the rest of 2009, as the global trade market will need more time to recover."

Infrastructure projects such as the logistics park planned for northern Lantau Island have been put on hold amid the global fall in consumer demand for goods.

Other major projects, including the construction of a third terminal and third runway at the airport and a 10th container terminal, are still being studied.
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Finally something new. First United B744 in Star colors.

Honestly, I'm not a fan of the pictures where the planes are in the sky and it's just grey behind. It feels like there's no depth or orientation.
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Finally something new. First United B744 in Star colors.

Honestly, I'm not a fan of the pictures where the planes are in the sky and it's just grey behind. It feels like there's no depth or orientation.
Watching the sky behind the planes is not plane spotting The depth and interest should be on the planes.
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HK Airlines sacks nine pilots objecting to salary cuts
12 April 2009
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Hong Kong Airlines has fired nine pilots who refused to sign new contracts that cut the basic salaries of cockpit crew to as little as HK$17,500 a month.

The pilots - four first officers and five captains - were terminated after being given a deadline of March 31 to agree to the contracts, which the pilots say halve basic pay in some cases and diminish other entitlements.

A spokesman for Hong Kong Airlines, which had 52 pilots before the sackings, confirmed the dismissals but denied those were connected to new contracts. He declined to say why the pilots, who were mostly expatriates from Australasia and South America, had been sacked.

The move comes amid severe cost-cutting at the start-up airline, which operates Boeing 737 aircraft on regional flights in competition with airlines including Dragonair. Earlier this year, it asked all cockpit crew to take a week's unpaid leave.

A copy of the new contract seen by the Sunday Morning Post cuts basic salaries to HK$17,500 a month for first officers with less than 1,500 hours of jet flying time, HK$20,000 a month for more than 1,500 hours of flying and HK$22,500 for more than 3,000 hours of flying. Captains with less than 3,000 hours of flying time will get HK$30,000 a month, while those with more than 3,000 hours will receive HK$40,000.

In addition to their basic pay, each pilot receives a monthly market-based adjustment lump sum of HK$10,000 and the prospect of a further productivity-based payment ranging from HK$225 to HK$1,000.

According to one of the sacked pilots, basic pay for captains was previously HK$75,000 or HK$65,000, depending on flying time, and HK$45,000 or HK$40,000 for first officers, although previous fixed market-based adjustment levels were lower.

"We declined to sign the new contract and wrote to management saying we wished to stay on our present contracts," the pilot said. "There was no response. Everybody who did not sign the new contract was simply terminated."

As well as slashing basic salaries, the pilot said, the new contract allowed the company to change annual leave entitlements as it deemed fit and make promotions discretionary rather than based on service.

Letters were sent out to the nine pilots on April 2 telling them they were being terminated and wishing them "all the best for the future" without giving any reason, according to another of the dismissed pilots.

Eight of them have approached the Labour Department and are negotiating payoffs according to their notice periods. The ninth pilot is understood to have settled his case with management separately.

In the confusion that followed the sackings, the pilots at first believed they were expected to continue flying as they served out their notice periods, something the Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association warned would be "a serious safety concern".

When they objected, they then believed they had to do ground duty and - in a bizarre incident last Tuesday - reported for office duty at the airport, only to find no one there able to assign them work. They say they have since been told they will not have to work out their notice periods.

"It has been a very traumatic time for some months," one pilot said. "Pilots have been asked to take no-pay leave and have been seconded to mainland airlines {hellip} Most of us are just relieved it's over and the only surprise is that so many of our colleagues have agreed to stay on at such reduced terms." The carrier declined to give further details of the dismissals or to be interviewed by the Post.
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Easter travel holding up in face of crisis
11 April 2009
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Hong Kong saw fewer flights on Good Friday amid the financial crisis, but travel agents said outbound travel was set to remain strong during Easter because of cheaper airfares and hotel rooms.

The Civil Aviation Department said 918 flights were scheduled to arrive and depart the city yesterday, 41 fewer than on Good Friday last year.

But Ng Hi-on, deputy general manager at China Travel Service's package tour department, said the number of people on CTS Easter package tours was the same as last year, despite the economic turmoil.

"It's because tour prices have dropped," Mr Ng said. "For example, a tour to Wuyishan cost around HK$3,000 per person in the past but it's only HK$2,300 now, as airlines now charge less compared to last Easter while fuel surcharges have also gone down."

About 70 per cent of his company's tours are to the mainland, Southeast Asia and Taiwan.

Steve Huen Kwok-chuen, managing director of EGL Tours, which has 300 tour groups flying out over the Easter break, said travel was 5 per cent to 10 per cent cheaper now than a year ago thanks to a strengthening in the value of the Hong Kong dollar and cheaper flights and hotel rooms.

His company has 20 per cent more customers this Easter than a year ago. The popularity of trips to Taiwan has risen the most, with a third more people travelling to the island than a year earlier, Mr Huen said. South Korea was proving to be another popular destination because the weakening of its currency had made trips cheaper.

By 5pm yesterday, more than 491,000 people had left the city. More than 245,000 people left on Thursday. Holidaymaker Lam Cheuk-wah, who flew to Guilin with her family yesterday, said the financial crisis had not dampened her enthusiasm for short-haul travel.

"It's because there aren't a lot of holidays as long as this one [in the year]. So it's easier to travel with others during this time," said Ms Lam, who went to Egypt last Easter and expected her family to spend about HK$5,000 per person during the four-day trip to Guilin.

Some tourists have cut their travel budgets in the face of the economic crisis. Cheung Yan-kei, who joined a four-day trip to Hainan with 10 family members, said: "I thought about travelling to North America but decided otherwise."

Rebeki Wong, who left on a six-day trip to Yunnan province, said: "I should support the tourism industry, especially now the economy is bad. I am a bit worried [about job security], but will continue travelling until the day I am really fired."
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