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Old September 14th, 2009, 07:54 PM   #3141
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thanks for the help hkskyline and caelus. I was able to go to the skydeck!!
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Old September 15th, 2009, 06:46 AM   #3142
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Qantas to sack 200 - Maintenance jobs go to HK
12 September 2009
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QANTAS angered unions when it revealed it would scrap more than 200 jobs and outsource extra aircraft engine maintenance to a Hong Kong company.

It told staff and unions it was closing its Sydney Rolls-Royce aircraft engine maintenance centre, meaning all remaining local engine maintenance would be done in Melbourne.

The Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association lashed out at the national carrier, accusing it of risking quality in a bid to maintain profits.

Qantas blamed a reduced aircraft fleet for shutting the operations and the decision to send work to Hong Kong Aero Engine Services.

``Due to significantly reduced future work loads, we are converting Qantas Engineering's Sydney Rolls-Royce engine maintenance centre to an engine support operation that will specialise in repairs and spare engine management,'' a Qantas spokesman said.

``Employee numbers will reduce from 360 to [about] 140 in 2009-10.''

Qantas said the number of engines requiring major overhaul would drop from 29 in 2008-09 to eight this financial year and two in 2012-13.

The union disputed these figures. ALAEA federal secretary Steve Purvinas said there were more than 100 Rolls-Royce engines still operating.

``The total reduction in engines is from 100 to 76. The ALAEA do not accept the need to service the Rolls-Royce engines will drop from 29 last financial year to eight,'' he said.

``This is not the first time we have seen Qantas cook the books in order to outsource work. In this case the work is going straight to Hong Kong where it will be done cheaper at the expense of quality,'' he said.

Mr Purvinas said the engine shop was important to train apprentices.

``To take that away is a further demonstration Qantas have no value or respect for its long-standing safety record. Qantas is tearing down maintenance in this country piece by piece,'' he said.

It is understood Qantas will retrain more than 100 staff for other engineering roles, and more than 60 will take voluntary redundancies.
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Old September 16th, 2009, 04:35 AM   #3143
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Vitours to arrange Danang-Hong Kong charter flights
11 September 2009
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DANANG - Vitours Company Limited yesterday announced that it would arrange return charter flights between the central coast city of Danang and Hong Kong for athletes and tourists.

The first such international charter flights to and from Danang so far this year would be operated by the national flag air carrier, Vietnam Airlines. Vitours is making efforts to attract enough guests for the flights between Danang and Hong Kong.

Cao Tri Dung, director of Vitours Company Limited, told reporters in Danang yesterday that the forthcoming service had attracted 150 athletes from European and Asian countries and territories.

These athletes will fly to Danang on September 30 via the arrangement by Hong Kong’s Action Asia Events to participate in an international terrain marathon set to take place in Tay Giang District in the neighboring province of Quang Nam around the date.

However, as Vitours needs more guests to increase occupancy on these flights, the company is working with other travel companies and also promoting its five-day package tours for tourists in the central region. These packages will take in shopping centers and Disneyland in Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, and Macau.

Dung did not detail the prices of these package tours but said they were US$100 lower than normal tours. He said Vitours wanted to help attract guests from Hong Kong, Macau and southern parts of China to Danang and encourage travelers in central Vietnam to explore destinations in Hong Kong.

Hoang Ha, director of the Danang Airport Authority, said the charter flights would become a reality after surveying the market and called for companies to join to make it a success.
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Old September 16th, 2009, 04:41 AM   #3144
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thanks for the help hkskyline and caelus. I was able to go to the skydeck!!
Looking forward to seeing your spotting photos here or elsewhere in this section!
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Old September 18th, 2009, 11:20 AM   #3145
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Old September 18th, 2009, 11:26 AM   #3146
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photos taken from skydeck, I don't have the appropriate lens since I'm just new to photography














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Old September 22nd, 2009, 05:26 AM   #3147
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INTERVIEW-TNT sees improving air freight mkt, time to invest

HONG KONG, Sept 18 (Reuters) - TNT NV , Europe's second-largest global express delivery company, sees improvement in the air freight market and believes that the time is right to expand in Asia-Pacific, a company executive said on Friday.

The Dutch delivery service company picked Hong Kong as its South China hub for the launch on Friday of its Boeing 747-400 freighter direct service to its European hub in Liege, Belgium three times a week as part of its global expansion.

"Customers will continue to grow. We think it's a good time (to expand) because that's in line with our strategy. We don't think we should be waiting until late next year when the market has supposedly fully recovered from the crisis," regional managing director James McCormac told Reuters in an interview.

An improving air cargo market would be welcome news to not just delivery companies like TNT, but also to aircraft makers Boeing , Airbus and Bombardier , who have seen orders hit hard by a steep fall in passenger and freight traffic.

Earlier this month, Bombardier said it saw improving cargo volumes leading the way to a recovery for the sector.

McCormac said the company anticipated demand volume in the region would be close to the peak through the Chinese New Year, and the freighter may increase rotations or frequency of the flights according to the volume.

"At the moment it's three days a week, but we will look at the volume," he said.

The new service will be in addition to TNT's four-times-weekly express flights between Shanghai and Liege with a stopover in Singapore, which the company has been operating since 2007.

TNT reported that core profit for the second quarter fell 45 percent, its fourth consecutive year-on-year decline. The company boosted its cost savings target to cope with weaker demand for delivery services. .

But TNT, which is next in size only to Deutsche Post as Europe's biggest, said it was expanding operations worldwide to maximise its network performance.

"We have the capacity for upgrading our network at this moment. We have the volume to support that network expansion," McCormac said.

Separately, TNT's U.S. rival FedEx Corp also expressed optimism about the economy, despite reporting a 53 percent drop in quarterly profit on Thursday, saying that most of its markets were continuing to show signs of improvement.

FedEx Chairman Fred Smith at a conference call in Chicago on Thursday predicted that the U.S. economy would grow by 3 percent in the third quarter, 4.9 percent in the fourth quarter and 2.9 percent in 2010.
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 06:36 PM   #3148
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Old September 22nd, 2009, 09:08 PM   #3149
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Old September 23rd, 2009, 11:28 AM   #3150
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Two airlines seek return of surcharge as cost of fuel rises
22 September 2009
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Two major airlines that waived their fuel surcharges in July are seeking to impose the tariff again from next month in the light of rising prices for jet fuel.

All Nippon Airways filed a request to the Civil Aviation Department yesterday, while Japan Airlines was expected to do so this week. Both airlines posted the news on their websites.

Cathay Pacific, Nepal Airlines and Singapore Airlines also sought the department's approval yesterday to extend the surcharge for another two months to November 30.

All carriers flying to and from Hong Kong must notify the department of any surcharge change every two months. The current levy expires next Wednesday.

A review at the end of July approved maximum surcharges of HK$69 per short-haul flight and HK$318 on long-haul flights. Both ANA and JAL charged HK$39 per trip before they stopped imposing the surcharge in July.

A spokesman for the department said a decision on airlines' requests was to be made this week, taking into account aviation fuel price changes, carriers' arguments, and other relevant factors, such as charges levied by other airlines.

"The department is also considering granting only one-month approval to requests so that reviews are conducted more frequently," the spokesman said.

Both ANA and JAL explain on their websites that their applications were made because of an increase in the price of Singapore kerosene - a type of jet fuel.

Other carriers that operate flights between Hong Kong and Japan, including Cathay and Dragonair, continued to charge the levy.

The tariff was first imposed by carriers in mid-2004 when jet fuel was US$43.21 per barrel.

Hong Kong Association of Travel Agents chairman Michael Wu Siu-ieng said: "As long as the levy level is set reasonably, passengers will not mind paying it."
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 01:59 PM   #3151
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 02:51 PM   #3152
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 11:09 PM   #3153
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Hong Kong Government To Shorten Aircraft Approach Routes Into Hong Kong Airport
2-10-2009
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HONG KONG -(Dow Jones)- Hong Kong's Civil Aviation Department said Friday it plans to shorten some of the air routes for flights arriving into the city's international airport, in a move that could save up to 14 minutes of flying time for inbound flights.





The government department said the new routes, to be launched Oct. 22, have been developed based on new satellite navigation technology, and will allow aircraft arriving in Hong Kong from the west and the north to make a shorter approach.

When implemented, the new approach routes will shave up to 210 kilometers on the distance traveled for flights arriving in Hong Kong from mainland China, Southeast Asia or Europe, the department said.

All of the world's commercial aircraft fly on pre-established flight routes, which are approved by local regulators and international aviation bodies in order to ensure safety.

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Old October 9th, 2009, 07:45 AM   #3154
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But the filghts from North America and North East Asia still can't benefit from the new arrangement.
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Old October 9th, 2009, 10:01 AM   #3155
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Hello everybody, can anyone tell me, if there is always the same approach to HKG, i mean from the same side or depends on a wind? I just will be arriving to HKG by night and i want to view Hong Kong island from the sky, i can have that view if i sit on the right or the left side in the plane, or it depends?
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Old October 9th, 2009, 03:33 PM   #3156
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But the filghts from North America and North East Asia still can't benefit from the new arrangement.
It actually does, see that black X by Macao in the graphic above?
That's the arrival path from the north.

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Hello everybody, can anyone tell me, if there is always the same approach to HKG, i mean from the same side or depends on a wind? I just will be arriving to HKG by night and i want to view Hong Kong island from the sky, i can have that view if i sit on the right or the left side in the plane, or it depends?
What time is your flight?

If you land before 10pm, you want to sit on the LEFT side of the plane, hope the flight will approach from the east, and flies over the Victoria Harbour.

If you land after 10pm, you want to sit on the RIGHT side of the plane, hope the flight will approach from the east as well. However, it doesn't fly over the Victoria Harbour, but only to the west of it and you can get a glance.

After all, if your flight ends up approaching from the west, it doesn't matter where you sit, you are not going to see anything.
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EricIsHim, thanx for the info My flight will be arriving at 21:45 next Friday )
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Old October 13th, 2009, 06:36 PM   #3158
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Old October 13th, 2009, 06:38 PM   #3159
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Hong Kong and Shanghai Airports Sign Joint Venture Agreement to
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(12 October 2009) — Shanghai Airport Authority (SAA) and Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) signed a cooperation agreement in Shanghai today for the establishment of the Shanghai Hong Kong Airport Management Co., Ltd (JV). The joint-venture company will enhance collaboration between and further develop strengths of the airports in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

The signing ceremony was witnessed by Han Zheng, Deputy Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Shanghai Municipal Committee and Mayor of Shanghai, Henry Tang Ying-yen, Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR, Eva Cheng, Secretary for Transport and Housing of the HKSAR, and Dr Marvin Cheung Kin-tung, Chairman of AAHK. Wu Nianzu, Chairman and President of SAA, and Stanley Hui Hon-chung, Chief Executive Officer of AAHK, signed the agreement on behalf of the respective parties. He Weiguo, Party Secretary and Vice Chairman of SAA, officiated the ceremony.

In October 2003, SAA and AAHK signed a letter of intent (LOI) on closer cooperation under the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government’s call for enhancing Shanghai-Hong Kong collaboration in eight areas, including airports, marine logistics and the World Expo. Under the LOI signed in Hong Kong, a series of cooperation initiatives, from training and development to business consultation, have been launched in recent years.

The establishment of the JV marks further cooperation between the two parties in airport management, which will be conducive to strengthening the economic and trade development between Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Shanghai is the first Mainland city to have two international airports. Pudong Airport, an international hub airport with an extensive global flight network, is supplemented by Hongqiao Airport, a domestic hub airport serving point-to-point coverage. Together, the two airports form the Shanghai aviation hub, handling the world’s 11th-largest passenger volume, 3rd-highest airfreight tonnage and 16th-busiest flight movements in 2008. Upon the completion of Hongqiao Airport’s expansion in March 2010, the two airports in Shanghai will have a total of four terminals and five runways for a combined annual capacity of 90 million passenger trips and 5.2 million tonnes of cargo. This scale places Shanghai as one of the world’s largest aviation hubs, with hardware of top-tier international standard.

Having gone through intensified reforms in recent years, the Shanghai airports assume a leading role in airport management on the Mainland. To support the national strategy of building a strong civil aviation industry, they have also begun benchmarking against international hub airports with a view to improving service quality and management.

SAA Chairman and President Wu Nianzu said, “Forming the JV will enable us to leverage Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA)’s wealth of management experience and skills in operating a renowned hub airport, thereby further improving our operating efficiency and management to equip ourselves for the upcoming World Expo. The JV will also contribute to establishing Shanghai’s “four centres”, especially that of an international logistics centre as part of the national strategy. It will also boost the Shanghai airports’ international competitiveness so that we will better serve the Yangtze River Delta region and the entire nation.”

AAHK Chairman Dr Marvin Cheung remarked that the agreement is founded on years of partnership. He added, “Both Shanghai and Hong Kong are China’s major cities in terms of economy and trade. They also serve as major aviation hubs for China. The development and management experiences of the two airports are invaluable to each other. Hongqiao Airport is nearing completion on a series of expansion works in preparation for next year’s Shanghai World Expo. We are honoured to participate in this meaningful project at such critical time.” Dr Cheung also thanked the CPC Shanghai Municipal Committee, Shanghai Municipal Government and HKSAR Government for their support, which he said made possible the establishment of the JV.

AAHK Chief Executive Officer Stanley Hui Hon-chung said Shanghai is an important hub for the Yangtze River Delta. He added that the JV will help AAHK better understand the operations of Mainland airports and gain experience in managing and operating a national hub facility. He believes it will help Hong Kong further integrate with the Mainland.

“While Hongqiao Airport is one of the five busiest airports in the Chinese mainland, HKIA is a global and regional aviation hub serving passengers from all over the world. The JV will combine and leverage the respective strengths of the two airports. It will also help Mainland airports enhance their operating efficiency and management and become a role model for modern airport management in China.”

The joint-venture company will manage Hongqiao Airport’s east and west terminals, the east traffic control centre of Hongqiao’s integrated transport centre and other business areas relating to passenger flow. The JV will also manage the retail business of the two terminals and will ensure the airport will provide high-quality airport service for visitors and delegates of World Expo 2010 Shanghai.

Built in 1921, the 88-year-old Hongqiao Airport handled 22.88 million passengers and 415,700 tonnes of cargo in 2008, making it the mainland’s 4th largest passenger and 5th largest cargo airport. Hongqiao is building an integrated transport centre, providing comprehensive transport means including air, high-speed railway, highway and subway. While the mega Hongqiao project will be completed in phases before or after the World Expo, the expansion of Hongqiao Airport, as part of the mega project, will be completed soon. The expansion works include a new 364,000-square-metre west terminal and a 3,300m-long, 60m-wide parallel runway. When the new facilities start operating in March 2010, the airport will have two terminals and two runways that can serve 30 million passengers and handle one million tonnes of cargo annually.
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Customs seizes $1.5 million worth of heroin at the airport
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
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Customs officers foiled a transnational drug trafficking attempt, arrested a woman and seized about 1.8 kilogrammes of heroin with an estimated market value of $1.5 million at the airport yesterday (October 12).

Yesterday afternoon, Customs officers of the Airport Command intercepted for inspection a woman arriving from Hyderabad, India, via Singapore at the Hong Kong International Airport. The X-ray screening revealed abnomalies in five brand new ladies' handbags in her suitcase. After further examination, 10 slabs of heroin were found inside the false compartments of the handbags.

The woman, aged 46, claimed to be a merchant. She will be charged with trafficking in a dangerous drug and will appear at the Tsuen Wan Magistrates' Courts tomorrow (October 14).

Customs has strengthened enforcement actions at all control points in support of the Government's strategy to combat drug trafficking. Customs officers are on high alert at all times to foil attempts by drug traffickers to take advantage of the heavy flow of passengers and cargo at the control points. Customs will continue to make use of advanced technology, intelligence analysis, risk assessment and international co-operation to crack down on drug trafficking activities.

Under the Dangerous Drugs Ordinance, drug trafficking is a serious offence. The maximum penalty is life imprisonment and a fine of $5 million.
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