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Old August 14th, 2009, 06:31 AM   #3101
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Teenager smuggling cocaine-soaked clothes held in Hong Kong
9 August 2009
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Hong Kong customs on Sunday said it had arrested a teenager who was attempting to smuggle cocaine that had been soaked into items of clothing into the city.

The 18-year-old Hong Kong man was stopped when he passed through the city's international airport on Saturday, the city's customs said in a statement.

Officers seized 18 kilograms (40 pounds) of clothes "soaked" with cocaine, the statement added.

Local broadcaster RTHK said the man had concealed the cocaine in 35 items of clothing to try and avoid detection, but was stopped after officers noticed he was acting suspiciously.

He had flown to Hong Kong from Peru via Johannesburg with the drugs, worth five million Hong Kong dollars (640,000 US), RTHK said.
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Old August 14th, 2009, 01:15 PM   #3102
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Old August 15th, 2009, 06:31 PM   #3103
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HK HACTL'S AIR CARGO TONNAGE THROUGHPUT DROPS 8.4% IN JULY

HONG KONG, Aug 11 Asia Pulse - Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) announced Monday that its tonnage throughput for July was 201,157 tons, representing a year-on-year decline of 8.4 per cent.

Cumulative tonnage from January to July was 1,204,915 tons, down 19.6 per cent compared with the same period last year.

Export volume in July dropped 13.9 per cent against last year to 103,314 tons. Aggregate export volume for the first seven months was 617,493 tons, down 24.1 per cent compared with the same period last year.

Import volume for July and for the first seven months were 55,457 tons and 325,939 tons respectively, representing a 2.6 per cent and 17.5 per cent decline year-on-year for the respective periods.

The transshipment volume in July showed clear improvement with 42,386 tons registered, down only 0.6 per cent year-on-year. Cumulative transshipment volume for the first seven months was 261, 483 tons, down 9.5 per cent year-on-year.

Hactl is a leading air cargo operator in Hong Kong, holding a market share of about 70 per cent.
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Old August 16th, 2009, 10:55 AM   #3104
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Old August 17th, 2009, 04:12 AM   #3105
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Hong Kong airport chief says traffic drop slowing
Monday August 17, 2009

HONG KONG: The chief executive of Hong Kong's international airport said Sunday its recent decline in traffic amid the global economic downturn is slowing, days after the government reported economic growth for the first time in a year.

The Airport Authority Hong Kong said in a statement it handled 4 million passenger trips in July - a 9.5 percent drop from the same month a year ago - and 321,000 tons (291,000 metric tons) of cargo, an 8.3 percent decline.

But those declines are lower than the double-digit drops in June, when the airport recorded 12.7 percent fewer passenger trips at 3.6 million and 17.6 percent less cargo at 285,000 tons (259,000 metric tons).

The decline in cargo traffic in July also marked the first time the figure narrowed to single digits since October 2008.

"The latest figures indicate that the downward momentum may have slowed," Airport Authority Chief Executive Stanley Hui said in the statement, but cautioned "it will take some time before overall traffic performance returns to pre-crisis levels."

"The business climate is still challenging as economic activities remain low and this, coupled with the difficult operating environment for the aviation industry, would continue to affect the pace of recovery," Hui said.

For the first seven months of 2009, the passenger traffic at the Hong Kong airport plunged 8.4 percent to 26.4 million from a year ago and cargo traffic plummeted 18.1 percent to 1.9 million tons (1.8 million metric tons).

Hui also attributed the recovery to reduced anxiety among travelers about the swine flu epidemic.

Despite the global economic downturn, the Hong Kong airport reported a profit of 2.6 billion Hong Kong dollars ($335 million) for the fiscal year that ended March 31 thanks to increased revenue from retail outlets and a HK$193 million ($25 million) profit from its 35 percent stake in the international airport in the eastern Chinese city Hangzhou.

The Airport Authority's announcement came after the Hong Kong government said Friday the southern Chinese territory's economy, hit by free-falling world demand for exports for four-straight quarters, grew by 3.3 percent in the second quarter on a seasonally adjusted quarter-to-quarter basis.

The economy contracted 4.3 percent in the first quarter.

Higher demand for Hong Kong's exports, particularly from mainland China, where massive stimulus spending and relaxed monetary policy is driving growth, contributed to the recovery.

Exports dropped 12.4 percent in the second quarter compared to the same period last year, the government said.

That was tamer than the nearly 23 percent drop-off in the first quarter. - AP
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Old August 17th, 2009, 07:08 AM   #3106
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What about the third runway?Still is a project? or are they building it?
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Old August 17th, 2009, 12:23 PM   #3107
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Airport traffic numbers flag revival
17 August 2009
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Hong Kong International Airport said July's year-on-year drop in passenger numbers and cargo throughput further narrowed, indicating air traffic movement is stabilizing.

Cargo traffic last month slid 8 percent, an improvement on the double-digit plunges seen since last November.

The two main reasons for the better performance in passenger traffic were the summer travel peak and receding concerns over human swine flu (H1N1), said Stanley Hui Hon-chung, chief executive of the Airport Authority Hong Kong.

While the volume of cargo exports declined by 13 percent year-on-year, imports and transshipments showed a low single-digit decrease compared with last year.

``The latest figures indicate that the downward momentum may have slowed. While we believe air traffic figures will see milder drops in the months ahead, it will take some time before overall traffic performance returns to pre-crisis levels,'' Hui added.

For the first seven months of the year, the airport's passenger traffic was down by 8.4 percent year-on-year to 26.4 million, while cargo throughput shed 18.1 percent to 1.8 million tonnes and aircraft movements slid 8 percent to 161,605.

Barclays Capital analyst Chang Jian said: ``Hong Kong's drop in exports narrowed for the fifth straight month in June, a decline of 5.4 percent year-on- year, compared with the record 23 percent plunge in February.

``Monthly data show that the improvement in exports was driven by slower declines in shipments to China and the US _ Hong Kong's two most important export destinations.''

The government on Friday announced that gross domestic product rose 3.3 percent quarter-on-quarter in the April-to-June period.

The economy, ending four consecutive quarters of contraction, has technically emerged from recession.

Several economists have forecast the economy is poised for a strong recovery in the second half.

``As a small, open economy geared to China's upturn, growth is headed for a sharp recovery in the second half of the year,'' Merrill Lynch economists TJ Bond and Dick Li said in a report.
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Old August 17th, 2009, 03:09 PM   #3108
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What about the third runway?Still is a project? or are they building it?
It's being planned. There is a thread in the construction section where I'll post updates : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=733610
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Old August 17th, 2009, 03:10 PM   #3109
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Old August 18th, 2009, 05:12 PM   #3110
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Old August 18th, 2009, 08:22 PM   #3111
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Airport pulls out of steep dive
17 August 2009
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The decline of Hong Kong's air traffic has been slowing, according to the Airport Authority's latest figures.

This news comes after the government reported the city's first economic growth in more than a year, with second-quarter gross domestic product up 3.3 per cent on the first quarter. The authority said cargo traffic had bounced back from the double-digit plunges recorded since November.

Last month Chek Lap Kok airport handled 291,000 tonnes of cargo, four million passengers and 23,315 flights - representing a year-on-year drop of 8.3 per cent, 9.5 per cent and 9.9 per cent, respectively.

The number of Hong Kong residents flying had seen yearly growth of about 3 per cent, while visitor numbers dropped 17 per cent and transfer or transit passengers dipped 10 per cent.

Airport Authority chief executive Stanley Hui Hon-chung said passenger traffic had been boosted with the summer holidays and receding anxiety about swine flu.

He believed the overall figures would see milder drops in the coming months but it would take some time before performance returned to pre-crisis levels.

"The latest figures indicate that the downward momentum may have slowed," Mr Hui said.

"The business climate is still challenging as economic activities remain low."
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Old August 19th, 2009, 06:09 PM   #3112
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Old August 21st, 2009, 11:01 PM   #3113
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Cathay to maintain daily flight schedule
24 August 2009
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Sri Lanka, Aug. 24 -- Cathay Pacific will maintain its daily flight schedule despite the heavy competition from new entrants to Sri Lanka.

Country Manager for Sri Lanka and the Maldives, John Holden said the airline has recorded an increase in the number of passengers since June 2009 with the end of terrorism in the country.

Holden said the airline is promoting more tourists to Sri Lanka from Hong Kong through six packages for Hong Kong citizens through Cathay Holidays, a subsidiary of Cathay Pacific.

"The load factors for the airline have seen a steady increase in August with the holiday travel during the school holidays," Holden told Daily News Business. The improvement in the security situation in Sri Lanka is a major positive point in encouraging travel," Holden said.

Holden said they were happy that the country attracted 42,223 tourists in July 2009, a 28 percent rise compared to July 2008, with the improved security conditions.

"We are optimistic that there can be a further boost for the local tourism industry with more countries updating their travel advisories," he said.

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Q: What are your views on the current status in the aviation business?

A: On the passenger side, regional demand continued to be impacted by Influenza A (H1N1) in July, although there was a pick-up in leisure travel towards the end of the month and into August as concerns eased in some markets. Load factors remained flat compared with last year, despite many airlines significantly reducing capacity, highlighting the continued impact of the global economic downturn on demand. Bookings in the premium cabins remained especially weak which, combined with ongoing aggressive economy class competition and adverse currency movements, continued to affect any real recovery in airline yields.

On the cargo side, the tonnage decline has seen successive reductions since the beginning of 2009. The indications now are that the massive slide in the air cargo market has bottomed out and we were encouraged to see an increase in demand out of our home market, Hong Kong. However, similar to passenger business intense competition is still putting the yield under considerable pressure.

Q: How are Cathay Pacific operations in Sri Lanka faring?

A: In Sri Lanka, we are encouraged by the pickup in leisure travel during the school holidays in August.

The improvement in the security situation in Sri Lanka is a major positive point in encouraging travel. There are many attractive fare and package offers for our customers in August and for the months ahead in 2009.

Q: What are your popular destinations and attractions?

A: With our convenient schedules and world wide network, we continue to serve the Sri Lankan market with superior customer service. Popular destinations include, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea, North America and Australia.

Q: Any new promotions planned for the Holiday Season from Cathay?

A: Yes. We offer travel packages for the Singapore Grand Prix with hotel accommodation and airport transfers in addition to the tailor-made packages to Bangkok and Hong Kong.

Q: Any new plans to expand into new destinations?

A: Cathay Pacific Airways will launch flights to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia's second major commercial city, from October 25, 2009.

The four-times-weekly service by the Airbus A330-300 aircraft will operate through Dubai on the way to and from Hong Kong.

Q: Do you plan to add more frequencies to the existing schedule?

A: We are reviewing our schedule regularly. Cathay Pacific is committed to serve Sri Lanka and will continue to operate daily flights between Colombo and Hong Kong.

Q: How optimistic are you of Sri Lanka picking up with the end of terrorism?

A: With improved security conditions, we are encouraged to observe that according to statistics issued by the Sri Lanka Tourism Development Authority, the country attracted 42,223 tourists in July, a 28 percent rise compared with July 2008.

With more countries updating their Travel Advisories to reflect the improved security conditions, we are optimistic that there can be a further boost for the local tourism industry.Published by HT Syndication with permission from Daily News Sri Lanka.
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Airport to set 'green' rules for vehicle fleets
31 August 2009
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The Airport Authority will impose stricter rules on the 2,700-strong fleet of vehicles on the airport island in an effort to reduce emissions.

It hopes that within 10 years all vehicles operating within the airport will be clean-diesel, LPG, electric or hybrid-petrol powered.

But the authority admits some specialised diesel vehicles might not be convertible, while the reliability of electric cars in airfield operations had yet to be ascertained.

To take the lead, the authority is expanding the use of bio-diesel fuel for about 50 vehicles such as passenger buses and operations marshalling cars.

It is in talks with Sinopec, which operates three re-fuelling stations in the airport, to ensure a steady bio-diesel supply. At present, the authority relies on a Hong Kong bio-diesel supplier for fuel refined from waste cooking oil.

The Environment Bureau is expected to table a bill to regulate the specifications of bio-diesel by the end of this year and the authority expects supply can be expanded once the law is passed.

Sinopec is also adapting stations to supply LPG to cars operating within the airport's restricted areas.

Besides bio-diesel, the authority has already ordered two My Car vehicles - a Hong Kong-made electric car - for its own use. The cars are scheduled to arrive by October.

The authority is in talks with CLP Power to provide charging points for the cars.

Deputy director of airport operations, Ng Chi-kee, said there was room to upgrade and replace the airport fleet and cost was not an issue in the project.

Of the 2,700 vehicles operating at the airport, about 190 are owned by the Airport Authority and the rest are operated by franchises operating at the airport, such as Hong Kong Airport Services, Jardine Air Terminal Services, Menzies Aviation Group and Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals.

Mr Ng said new contracts would require environmentally friendly or fuel-efficient vehicles be chosen by operators of airport services when old vehicles or equipment were replaced. But the provisions would not specify targets.

He said that if all 1,850 diesel-run vehicles were switched to bio-diesel, it could save up to 1,000 tonnes of carbon emissions a year.

But Mr Ng also cautioned that any changes must not compromise the safety and efficiency of the airport.

"We can't afford to have an electric car grounded due to a power shortage when it is half way to its destination," he said

"This might delay the taking off and landing of aircraft."

According to the Environment Bureau's air quality objectives consultation review, if 700 units of ground support equipment at the airport were electrified, it could save 85 tonnes of sulphur dioxide and 759 tonnes of nitrogen oxide. But it said this measure was not as cost-effective as other measures targeting on-road vehicles.

The government welcomed the authority's moves to "green" its fleet with bio-diesel but said the Euro V diesel now on sale at all refilling stations was as clean in terms of improving roadside air quality.
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