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Old July 4th, 2009, 08:35 AM   #3021
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Old July 5th, 2009, 07:06 AM   #3023
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Shenzhen airport opens check-in options in HK
4 July 2009
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Shenzhen airport opened a new advance check-in terminal at Shenzhen Bay checkpoint yesterday, along with a pre-check-in option for bus passengers from Mong Kok.

Passengers who depart from Mong Kok on buses operated by Trans-Island Chinalink will be able to send their personal and flight information to the check-in centre and reserve seats before the 75-minute journey to the airport.

They can collect their boarding pass at the checkpoint - which is at the Shenzhen end of the Western Corridor - without waiting and are no longer required to arrive at the airport an hour ahead of their flights.

Eleven airlines, including China Southern, China Eastern and Shenzhen Airlines, have joined the scheme. But there is no luggage service because of security concerns.

Nearly nine million passengers used the Shenzhen Bay checkpoint in the past six months, and airport authorities expected the new terminal to further boost passenger flows.

The service is also available at the Hong Kong-Macau ferry terminal in Sheung Wan and at the Airport Express Kowloon station. Shenzhen airport spokesman Ren Shili said it was planning more check-in centres at checkpoints such as Luohu and Futian, the Shenzhen side of Lo Wu, and Lok Ma Chau respectively.

Earlier this year, Shenzhen authorities announced they were studying a proposal to build an intercity rail link between Hong Kong and Shenzhen airports.
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Old July 6th, 2009, 07:23 AM   #3024
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Air cargo volumes climb but rates still grounded
6 July 2009
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The cargo holds of aircraft plying the China-US route recently have been bulging with one of the must-haves of 2009 - Apple's iPhone 3G.

But while the pick-up in demand for air cargo appears to indicate the worst is over for the sector, a total recovery is still a long way off.

That rising demand for air cargo has not come with a commensurate recovery in freight rates has some industry watchers asking whether there has been a fundamental change in the industry. The main fear is that lucrative long-term contracts are being replaced by less profitable short-term contracts.

Most freight forwarders and airlines agree they have experienced the worst period of the slump. The drop in cargo tonnage continues to narrow, offering a glimpse of hope that buying confidence has started to revive across the globe.

"In terms of tonnage, cargo volume is up by 15 per cent from the trough in January and February," said a manager with a US cargo airline. But tonnage is set to fall 10 per cent year on year, he added.

Vivian Lo, the manager of cargo sales and marketing at Cathay Pacific, said because factories were tending to produce small quantities of goods, air shipments had become more competitive over seaborne trade.

Recently, cargo space on some routes were nearly full, partly because of massive shipments of Apple's new 3G phones from China to the United States, Australia and the rest of the Asia-Pacific region.

The International Air Transport Association said the bottom in the air cargo market was reached in December but the stabilisation only reflected a topping out of the massive rise in business inventory. "Warehouses are full and until inventories fall to more comfortable levels, air shipments will not rebound substantially," it said.

Cathay has cut its cargo capacity by 11 per cent, parking five freighters and leasing one aircraft to its subsidiary Air Hong Kong. This followed reductions in capacity by other international cargo airlines.

However, rows of parked freighters have not been enough to restore the market's equilibrium, with cargo yields still under great pressure. Airlines are blaming the failure of rates to bounce back on changes in the length of contracts.

Only a few airlines have been able to lock in long-term contracts this year, forcing most to offer cutthroat short-term rates to fill up cargo space.

"Many freight forwarders are reluctant to enter into any long-term contracts this year," said the manager from the US-based cargo airline.

Freight rates have dropped 30 per cent year on year on European routes and are down 20 per cent on routes to the United States. Some airlines are even offering freight rates that cannot cover operating costs.

Even though a few airlines have been able to lock in volume with clients, flexible contracts are on the rise.

Another airline executive said that they have had to introduce some market-response components in contracts, allowing rates to be adjusted according to demand.

The so-called "hard block ratio," meaning committed shipments by freight forwarders to total contracted shipments, has fallen to 70 per cent from as much as 100 per cent in the past, the executive said.

That means freight forwarders increasingly need not pay for all the contracted cargo space if they cannot find enough goods to fill up the space.

"It is a vicious circle and the uncertainty will lead to panic and price wars among the airlines, draining their cash away," the executive said.

But there may be some light at the end of the tunnel. After the deep correction in the freight rates, some opportunistic shippers or freight forwarders have started to urge airlines to sign fixed-rate contracts for 12 months or 24 months at the current freight rates.
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Old July 7th, 2009, 06:58 AM   #3029
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Tour costs to Asian cities cut by 30-40%
6 July 2009
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TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Outbound traveling costs to some Asian destinations have continued tumbling as tourism authorities, airlines and hotels rolled out deeper discounts to lure Taiwan tourists who were hit by and global economic downturn and weary of the A(H1N1) virus outbreak.

The tourism authorities in Hong Kong and Macau have teamed up air carriers like Cathay Pacific Airways, Air Macau, and Taiwan's China Airlines (CAL) as well as travel agencies to offer price cuts as deep as 30 to 40 percent from last summer.

In addition to Hong Kong and Macau, CAL has joined hands with 25 tour operators to provide travel for one child without charge when accompanied by two adults to 13 destinations in Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia.

Those to Hong Kong will receive three free tickets to Disneyland theme park plus discounts for room rates at selected hotels when there are two adults and one child traveling in a same group.

Singapore's government tourism agency and Singapore Airlines are cooperating tour operators to exempt tariff for one child if no extra bed is needed.

Three will also be free admissions for children to 10 tourist attractions in Singapore.

Tour operators said the costs for certain package tours to the neighboring cities are now even cheaper than domestic tours in Taiwan.
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AirAsia CEO: Hope To See Carrier Merge With AirAsia X
7 July 2009
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AirAsia Bhd. (5099.KU) Chief Executive Tony Fernandes said Tuesday he hopes to see the Malaysian low-cost carrier merge with its long-haul affiliate AirAsia X, but said the company hasn't yet made any final decision on a possible integration.

"Personally, my view is that AirAsia X and AirAsia should be unified," Fernandes said after a luncheon speech in Hong Kong.

"They are very much attached and if I controlled the company a hundred percent, I would buy it," he said.

Fernandes, who founded both low-cost carriers, said AirAsia X was launched as a separate airline in 2007 because the long-haul model was a speculative venture that had yet to prove itself.

But by now, "I think we have proven the model. It is very profitable, it is very cash positive. The model works," Fernandes said.

He said he believes AirAsia X will be earnings accretive for AirAsia if the two carriers merge, but said AirAsia's board will make the final decision on any possible mergers. He declined to give any timeframe.

Fernandes was in Hong Kong to mark the launch of AirAsia flights between Penang and the city.

Last week, Fernandes said that AirAsia X may launch an initial public offering within one to two years or merge with AirAsia.

AirAsia and Virgin Group each have a 20% stake in AirAsia X, which started operations in November 2007 and flies to Australia, mainland China and London from its Kuala Lumpur hub.

Fernandes said the airline's flights to London have been operating with a passenger load factor of 84%.

However, he said AirAsia X has no plans to launch new long-haul routes similar in length to its London service until new Airbus A350 aircraft join the fleet in the next four to five years.
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新航線往返香港機場與廣州
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DHL introduces AeroLogic cargo airline
9 July 2009
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DHL, the world's leading express company, recently announced the start of operations of AeroLogic.

AeroLogic is the newest cargo airline that will enhance DHL's shipping services between Europe and Asia, operating with environment-friendly B777F freighters.

A joint venture of DHL Express and Lufthansa Cargo, AeroLogic will serve new air routes between Europe and Asia, flying cargo for customers of its parent companies.

With the delivery of its first Boeing 777F aircraft and receipt of the Air Operator Certificate from the German Aviation Authority, AeroLogic will initially serve the express routes Leipzig-Bahrain-Singapore-Delhi-Leipzig on weekdays and the cargo routes Leipzig-Tashkent-Hong Kong-Tashkent- Leipzig on weekends.

One of the highlights of AeroLogic is the set of brand-new B777F freighters that will deliver DHL shipments to and from Europe.

Due to its advanced fuel-saving and environment-friendly engine and wing technology, the B777F is the most modern wide-body long-range freighter today.

It has a maximum payload capacity of 103 tons and can fly distances of over 9000 kilometers, which enables nonstop, long-haul flights from AeroLogic's home base in Leipzig, Germany, to key Asian growth markets, thereby reducing the running time of shipments.

"AeroLogic reinforces our role as trade facilitators with the enhancement of air transport shipping services between Europe and Asia. AeroLogic also solidifies DHL's position in caring for the environment with the use of low emission B777F freighters. We are proud to be a pioneer of responsible express delivery," said Ahmad Mohamad, DHL country manager for the Philippines.

AeroLogic will operate with eight leased brand-new B777F freighters. The first commercial flight of AeroLogic recently took off. By 2010, the airline will gradually expand the network to offer new direct connections to most of Asia's major metropolitan areas.
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Applause as superjumbo makes maiden flight from Hong Kong
10 July 2009
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Incessant camera flashes lit up the cabin of the world's largest passenger aircraft as excited travellers posed for photos on the Airbus A380 inaugural flight from Hong Kong to Singapore yesterday.

The Singapore Airlines aircraft had earlier been met with a round of applause from waiting passengers and ground crew as it touched down at Hong Kong International Airport at around 1.30pm.

David Cheung, an aircraft maintenance mechanic, said he took leave so he could make the flight. Mr Cheung was travelling together with 10 other members of the Hong Kong Aviation Discussion Board, a group of aircraft enthusiasts.

"I travelled in economy class. The space was more or less the same as other aircraft, but the A380 was considerably more smooth and quiet," he said,

However, business class passengers looking to connect to the internet were disappointed yesterday as the service was not operational. An airline spokesman explained the vendor for the services had gone out of business and an alternative was being sought.

Huang Chen Eng, executive vice-president of Singapore Airlines, said the fact that Hong Kong was chosen to be the second Asian destination after Tokyo to be served by the new aircraft was another milestone in the firm's relationship with the city.

"We began flying to Hong Kong with a twice-weekly DC4 skymaster that took nine and a half hours to make the journey and carried 55 passengers," he said. "Today, our 471-seat A380 arrives in less than half that journey time."

A spokesman for the airline said it had invested US$360 million on a fleet of 19 A380 aircraft. Nine had been delivered.

Airport Authority chief executive Stanley Hui Hon-chung said HK$100 million had been spent on improvements to receive the new Airbus. However, the inaugural flight experienced a minor delay due to difficulties in locking one of the connecting bridges onto the aircraft door.

Airbus carried out two test flights in Hong Kong in 2006 and 2007 and a low flying demonstration over Victoria Harbour two years ago.
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$238直飛檳城
10 July 2009
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馬來西亞檳城向以懷舊味道見稱,自從去年成為世界文化遺產後,更廣受遊人歡迎,現在亞洲航空(Air Asia)更新推出香港至檳城航綫,逢星期一、三、五、日直飛檳城,讓到當地遊玩的朋友更見方便。為慶祝這新航綫,亞洲航空特別推出全包票價優惠,由香港直飛檳城,單程機票僅由238港元起,有興趣的朋友,可由現在至7月12日在亞洲航空網頁或經手機登入mobile.airasia.com訂購,機票適用於7月31日至明年4月30日出發。
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