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Old April 9th, 2010, 09:37 PM   #3301
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Old April 11th, 2010, 09:53 AM   #3302
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Elevator control concerns spark Boeing safety checks
19 March 2010
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Aviation authorities have ordered safety checks on 160 Boeing 737 airliners flying on the mainland because of potential problems with their elevator controls.

The General Administration of Civil Aviation said on its website yesterday that some 737 models needed to have their tail's elevator control mechanisms examined.

Liu Jiangtao, an aircraft maintenance technician with China Southern Airlines, said that if the bearing under the elevator control mechanism loosened, unexpected vibration could make it hard to control the aircraft and affect its structural integrity.

The administration statement clarified a media report earlier yesterday that said safety hazards had been identified in 400 Boeing 737s on the mainland following the discovery by the US Federal Aviation Administration of extensive damage in the left elevator of a B737-800 operated by Irish budget airline Ryanair on March 2. The FAA ordered inspections for 600 B737 aircraft in the United States last Friday.

Boeing China's communications director, Wang Yukui, said Boeing issued an all-operator message last Wednesday advising operators to inspect the elevator tab control mechanism on "next-generation" 737s.

The civil aviation administration said yesterday that it issued the same directive on Monday.

According to baidu.com, there are more than 600 Boeing 737s in operation on the mainland, so the administration's examination order covers roughly a quarter of the them.

Air China said it fixed a mechanical problem on one of its 737s after receiving the emergency airworthiness directive from the regulator and the aircraft now complied with airworthiness requirements.

Wu Yunzeng, a ground crew member at Shenzhen Airlines, said: "We have received the directive and have started the examination. The work is almost done now."

He said the planes would continue to fly as scheduled.

Wu said Shenzhen Airlines had eight 737s, and they accounted for a seventh of its fleet.

The 737 is used for short- and medium-haul flights. Nearly every major airline in China operates them, including Air China, China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Shanghai Airlines.

In June last year, 736 Boeing planes were flying on the mainland, accounting for 53 per cent of all civil aircraft in use.

In Hong Kong, eight Boeing 737-300 and Boeing 737-800 aircraft operated by Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express Airways will require inspection before March 24 to ensure that their horizontal tails are mechanically sound, a spokesman for the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department said.

It also said that 33 Boeing 777s operated by Cathay Pacific Airways needed the software that controls the auto-pilot during take-off replaced by the end of next month.

In the meantime, the affected aircraft could continue in service because the auto-pilot function was seldom used when an aircraft was taking off.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 08:51 AM   #3303
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INDIA'S KINGFISHER STARTS NEW DELHI-HONG KONG FLIGHTS

NEW DELHI, April 12 Asia Pulse - India's Kingfisher Airlines (BSE:532747) on Thursday said it has launched New Delhi-Hong Kong flights as part of its plans to expand international operations.

The airline flagged off its first flight on the route on Wednesday. It has deployed an Airbus A330 aircraft for the service, the carrier said in a statement.

"Given the strong linkages between India and Hong Kong, we believe that there is untapped potential and these new routes will serve the unmet needs of corporate and leisure flyers," Kingfisher Airlines Chairman Vijay Mallya said.

This is the second international destination to be served by Kingfisher Airlines out of New Delhi and flights on this route will operate six times a week.

The carrier will start flights to three more international destinations from New Delhi and three new overseas locations from Mumbai over the coming weeks.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 11:34 AM   #3304
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Old April 12th, 2010, 05:40 PM   #3305
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Old April 13th, 2010, 11:01 AM   #3306
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^ Any idea where this plane is from? Is it private?
it has VQ on it so, i think it is a normal airline, find VQ then you'll find the company
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Old April 14th, 2010, 12:05 PM   #3307
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Old April 19th, 2010, 05:19 PM   #3308
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Airport data show promise of robust rebound
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Monday, April 19, 2010

Passenger traffic and cargo throughput at Hong Kong International Airport increased by 6.5 percent and 29.5 percent, respectively, to 4.2 million and 347,000 tonnes in March, from the same period last year.

Air traffic movements also recorded a 2.5 percent year-on-year increase to 24,370, the Hong Kong Airport Authority said.

Compared to February 2010, passenger and cargo throughput increased by 7.7 percent and 35 percent, and air traffic movements rose 9.4 percent.

Visitor and Hong Kong resident travel numbers for March climbed 11.1 percent and 9.4 percent.

Imports, exports and transshipment of cargo - key indicators of economic health - recorded year-on-year growth of 31 percent, 39 percent and 10 percent, respectively.

The Airport Authority's chief executive officer Stanley Hui Hon-chung said the cargo throughput performed particularly well last month since it was 4 percent more than the same period of 2008, thanks to global economic recovery and trading.

In the first quarter, HKIA handled 12 million passengers, 905,000 tonnes of cargo and 70,100 aircraft movements, up 6.7 percent, 34 percent and 1.2 percent year on year. This was the first time since the financial crisis that all three traffic figures recorded growth in the same quarter.

"We are encouraged by the strong figures and are optimistic that air traffic will soon return to pre-crisis levels if the existing trends continue," Hui said.
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Old April 21st, 2010, 05:20 AM   #3309
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please,

somebody can tell me all the carriers connecting HKG and Seoul ICN?

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Old April 21st, 2010, 07:07 AM   #3310
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please,

somebody can tell me all the carriers connecting HKG and Seoul ICN?

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http://www.hongkongairport.com/fligh...chkfltdep.html

You can filter for Seoul.
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 05:28 AM   #3311
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thank You, HKSkyline
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Old April 25th, 2010, 05:13 AM   #3312
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Old April 25th, 2010, 06:11 AM   #3313
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Aviation passenger fuel surcharges adjusted
Thursday, April 22, 2010
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The Civil Aviation Department (CAD) today (April 22) gave approval for passenger fuel surcharges levied by three airlines to be increased or remain at the same level for the period from May 1 to 31, 2010.

The new maximum levels of fuel surcharges will be $92 for short-haul flights and $434 for long-haul flights, which represent an increase of 14% and 16% from the current maximum levels for short and long haul flights respectively. 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.)

Passenger fuel surcharges seek to allow airlines to partially recover the increase in operational costs due to fluctuations in aviation fuel prices. As the aeronautical authority in Hong Kong, the CAD considers and approves fuel surcharge applications from the airlines in accordance with bilateral Air Services Agreements.

Passenger fuel surcharges are reviewed regularly by the CAD. The last review was done at the end of March when the maximum surcharge levels approved by the CAD were $81 for short-haul flights and $375 for long-haul flights.
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Old April 26th, 2010, 04:41 PM   #3314
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Old April 27th, 2010, 10:53 AM   #3315
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That's correct. It's primarily used for transportation of the company's executive officers and VIP Guests of the properties.
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Old May 20th, 2010, 08:18 PM   #3316
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Cathay Pacific: Plan To Start Flights To Tokyo Haneda Airport
19 May 2010

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Wednesday it plans to launch twice-daily flights to Tokyo's Haneda Airport from Hong Kong beginning in October, boosting the airline's services to the Japanese capital.

Cathay Pacific operates six flights a day to Tokyo's Narita Airport, which mainly handles international flights. Haneda Airport has been predominantly a domestic airport since Narita opened in 1978, but Japanese authorities have in recent years allowed some international flights to use the airport during non-peak hours, such as early morning and late evening.

Travelers have long complained about the distance between Narita Airport and downtown Tokyo. By contrast, Haneda is located much closer to the heart of Tokyo and is more accessible.

Cathay Pacific said the Haneda flights are subject to regulatory approval.

All Nippon Airways Co. (9202.TO) and Japan Airlines Corp. (9205.TO) each operate one daily flight between Hong Kong and Haneda.
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Old May 20th, 2010, 08:23 PM   #3317
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Old May 21st, 2010, 09:29 PM   #3318
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UPS adding extra flights to Europe despite euro crisis
19 May 2010
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UPS, the world's largest package-delivery company, said it still believed there would be strong growth in Asia-Europe trade and would increase air services from Hong Kong and Shenzhen to Europe in July, despite the steep depreciation in the euro stemming from the Greek debt crisis.

The company said it would add one weekly flight each from Hong Kong and Shenzhen to Cologne, its European hub, said Daniel Brutto, president of UPS International, at the opening of the Asia-Pacific hub in Shenzhen yesterday.

"The strong European nations such as France and Germany are remaining very strong and England is isolated from the euro crisis," Brutto said. Greece and Spain, which are at the heart of the euro crisis, are not major trading partners with China and Brutto says he remains positive about the outlook for export volume from Asia to Europe. In the first quarter, the express giant reported a 40 per cent year-on-year growth in export volume from Asia to Europe.

UPS Shenzhen Asia-Pacific Hub, which started a trial run in January, supports 90 weekly flights, mainly connecting Asian destinations with Shenzhen Airport.

The company said intra-Asia trade would continue to be the fastest-growing trade lane, and the Shenzhen hub could benefit from the robust trade growth within the region.

The express giant is considering whether to tap into the domestic express cargo market, now dominated by local players.

"We are studying the feasibility of developing a comprehensive domestic network on the mainland," said Liu Kai-ming, senior vice president for transportation in Asia-Pacific.

UPS signed an agreement with Shenzhen municipal government and the Shenzhen Airport in May 2008 to move its Asia-Pacific hub to Shenzhen from Clark in the Philippines. The US$180 million facility measures 89,658 square metres, equivalent to 12 football fields, and is more than five times the size of the facility in Clark. The automatic conveyors in the Shenzhen hub can handle 18,000 parcels per hour, compared with 5,000 at Clark.

UPS has also earmarked 45,000 square metres of land at Shenzhen Airport for further expansion.

In addition to express cargo, the company is also looking at the general cargo business at its premises in Shenzhen, an official said. However, the custom screening requirements of general cargo are much more complicated than express cargo, said an industry expert. At present, UPS outsources the handling of general cargo in Shenzhen to International Cargo Centre Shenzhen.
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Old May 24th, 2010, 07:10 PM   #3319
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New air traffic control system may cut taxi times
24 May 2010
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A HK$1.6 billion revamp of Chek Lap Kok's air traffic control system could shave 15 per cent off aircraft taxi times - the time it takes to travel from the gate to the runway - according to an air traffic control expert.

A 15 per cent reduction in taxi time would mean less waiting time for passengers and lower fuel costs, said Antonio Lo Brutto, vice-president of air traffic management business development at Telephonics Corp.

The Civil Aviation Department is evaluating bids from several air traffic control integration firms to upgrade the system to support automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) technology, which could provide a more accurate position for aircraft.

Telephonics is one of the companies currently bidding for a service contract to upgrade the system.

"Aircraft burn more fuel on the ground than they do flying in the air," Lo Brutto said.

"The reduction in taxi time will help airlines to save more jet fuel."

The Federal Aviation Administration has done a series of flight tests to demonstrate how the upgraded system - the so-called next generation air transportation system - could help to reduce taxi times, fuel and carbon emissions.

Lo Brutto said the new system could save about 4.54 tonnes of jet fuel a day at an airport, a figure derived from data analysing more than 6,000 aircraft at 10 airports.

It would also mean a reduction of 5,230 tonnes of carbon dioxide a year - equivalent to the amount absorbed by more than 124,000 tree saplings over 10 years of growth.

Under the new system, different stakeholders at the airport - including the airlines, airport and the air traffic control tower - would have to share information in a more collaborative way. Pilots would have to report a target time for departure to the air traffic control tower well before aircraft doors are closed to give the controllers more leeway to arrange better sequencing at the ramp.

The new system is also expected to enhance route capacity by 40 per cent, easing traffic congestion on some routes. Since the ADS-B technology deploys a global positioning system to track the position of an aircraft, it would give pilots and navigators a better sense of its position and increase traffic density, compared with the present radar-based system, a department official said.

The first to benefit from greater route efficiency will be Southeast Asian destinations, the official said. Demand for air traffic between Hong Kong and Southeast Asia is so great that it would reach maximum capacity in four to five years without an upgrade, he said.

Air routes are well defined, much like highways for vehicles.

The minimum horizontal separation - a compulsory safety buffer to avoid collisions - between aircraft is 50 nautical miles under radar-based surveillance systems. Once the global positioning system is adopted, the separation could be reduced to 30 nautical miles, or by about 40 per cent.

By 2013, all aircraft using the two parallel air routes to and from Southeast Asia should support the ADS-B system, otherwise they will be forced to fly at altitudes which are not fuel-effective - either below 29,000 feet or above 41,000 feet, the official said.

Around 75 per cent of global commercial aircraft are already equipped with global positioning systems and support ADS-B at present.

At the world's busiest air fields - such as London, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shenzhen - air traffic congestion during the peak hours resembles the traffic at the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel.
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