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Old May 25th, 2010, 01:34 PM   #3321
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Nice set of photos. Hong Kong do gets alot of Cargo planes
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Old May 26th, 2010, 06:10 AM   #3322
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Nice pictures,you guys have a very nice place to spot planes!
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Hong Kong Air Cargo: Air-Cargo Volume Up 44.6% In May
1 June 2010

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. said Tuesday its air-cargo volume rose 44.6% in May from a year earlier, as the global economic recovery boosted cargo traffic.

The company, which handles about 80% of air cargo that pass through Hong Kong International Airport, said in a statement it handled 257,315 metric tons of cargo in May. It handled 1.14 million tons of cargo in the five months ended May 31, up 40.1% from a year earlier.

In May, Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals handled 142,052 tons of air-cargo exports, up 56.7% from a year earlier, and the volume of imports rose 31.2% to 65,069 tons. Transshipment volume rose 33.0% to 50,194 tons.

It didn't provide year-earlier figures for comparison.

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals is jointly owned by Jardine Matheson & Co., Wharf (Holdings) Ltd., Hutchison International Port Holdings Ltd., and China National Aviation Corp.
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Feedback on airline licences under review
4 June 2010
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The government is studying different views on proposed changes to the way licences are issued to local airlines for new services and routes following a consultation this year.

The proposed changes to the Air Transport Licensing Authority partly reflect a rapidly evolving aviation market and public concern over failed local start-up Oasis Hong Kong Airlines. Red tape has apparently dogged attempts by local carriers like Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express Airways to grow their network of routes with a regulatory regime that seems overly cautious after being embarrassed by the 2008 collapse of Oasis.

According to the proposals, the government hopes to get Legislative Council clearance to require airlines applying for a licence from the authority to demonstrate that they have sufficient financial resources to cover at least the first three months of costs assuming no income, and a business plan for the first two years.

Law Cheung-kwok, associate director of the Aviation Policy and Research Centre of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, which participated in the consultation, said new licence applicants tend to be optimistic in their forecasts on market share, costs and profitability.

But Law said it should be made clear whether airlines need to start operating a certain route within a specified time period. The authority typically grants licences for five years.

"Currently, it makes economic sense for airlines to hold as many licences as possible in order for them to respond quickly to any potential or future business development, even if the licences are not intended to be used immediately," the centre's submission said.
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Former aviation chief's HAECO share deal raises eyebrows
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The resignation of a non-executive director of Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co (0044) after buying shares in the company has raised eyebrows.

Albert Lam Kwong-yu resigned as non-executive director on Sunday after purchasing 4,000 HAECO shares for HK$84 apiece on Friday.

Lam, the former director-general of civil aviation, bought the shares on the same day a board meeting was called to discuss a proposed increase by Swire Pacific (0019) in its HAECO stake at a 25 percent premium.

It is understood Lam had never previously owned HAECO shares. HAECO shares suspended trading on Monday. Trading resumed yesterday and shares closed at HK$104.20, after a hefty 24 percent jump on Friday's close.This followed the announcement that Swire had agreed to buy a 15 percent stake of HAECO from Cathay Pacific Airways (0293) for HK$105 per share. That meant Lam posted a paper gain of HK$80,800 from the investment.

A source close to the group said HAECO "advised" Lam to resign as his purchase of the shares "coincided" with the announcement of the deal. The source said Lam placed an order to buy 10 board lots of HAECO on Friday - before the board of directors met to discuss the deal between Swire and Cathay.

Lam responded to a telephone inquiry from The Standard, insisting his departure had "absolutely nothing to do with" the acquisition of the shares. "Swire has already issued a statement which spells out the incident very clearly," he said. When asked the reason for his departure, Lam repeated: "Swire has already issued a statement."

Asked when he became aware of Swire's buyback deal, Lam said: "I have no more to say. I think this is the end of our conversation."

A spokeswoman for Swire declined to comment on whether Lam resigned voluntarily or was "advised" to step down.

Industry watchdog the Securities and Futures Commission refused to say whether there is an investigation under way, saying it does not comment on individual cases. Lam is also a non- executive director of China Southern Airlines (1055).
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Old June 14th, 2010, 05:59 PM   #3331
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Delta Continues to Build Asian Gateway in Detroit
Flights connecting Detroit to Seoul, Hong Kong begin this week


DETROIT, June 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) this week begins nonstop flights from its Detroit Metropolitan Airport hub to Seoul-Incheon and Hong Kong. The new routes, along with expanded service to Shanghai, continue Delta's development of Detroit as a major gateway to Asia thanks to its strategic geographic position for millions of customers who travel between the U.S. East Coast and Asia. On a year-round basis, Delta offers Detroit customers service to 158 nonstop destinations, including 28 international destinations and five in Asia.

"Delta's development of Detroit as a major international hub and gateway to Asia has been a boon for our customers and this community," said Andrea Fischer Newman, Delta's senior vice president – Government Affairs. "With service to 12 small- and medium-sized Michigan communities, Delta connects not only Detroit but customers statewide to the world with one convenient connection at one of the world's top-rated airports for customer satisfaction."

Delta in October will inaugurate twice weekly service from Detroit to Sao Paulo, South America's largest business market. The new Detroit service will create a second competitive gateway to Brazil from the Midwest region. Delta plans to add service from Detroit to Tokyo's Haneda Airport complementing the airline's current service connecting Detroit to Tokyo at Narita. Service to Tokyo-Haneda is pending final U.S. government approval.

The new and expanded service from Detroit is part of Delta's summer 2010 schedule, the first fully consolidated schedule published following Delta's merger with Northwest. Compared to Northwest's 2007 schedule, Delta has introduced 15 new nonstop destinations from Detroit including eight new international destinations. The merger combined Delta's broad network to Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America with Northwest's Asian network providing single airline access to the world.

Delta customers flying at Detroit Metropolitan Airport enjoy 579 peak-day departures from the state-of-the-art, 121-gate terminal designed specifically for international connections. Detroit's airport recently was ranked No. 1 among large airports in overall customer satisfaction by J.D. Power and Associates.

Customers on the new flights will have the opportunity to experience Delta's award-winning BusinessElite service, including innovative food offerings from celebrity chef Michelle Bernstein and original wine selections chosen by Delta's Master Sommelier Andrea Robinson. BusinessElite also features on-demand personal in-seat entertainment boasting more than 20 first-run and popular classic movies, a variety of TV programs, thousands of music titles and a suite of video games.

Routes operated with Delta's new Boeing 777-200LR aircraft, including Detroit to Hong Kong, offer BusinessElite customers a fully flat, six-foot, three-inch bed in a one-two-one configuration, which provides every customer with direct aisle access.

As previously announced, Delta will invest $1 billion, or about $300 million per year, through mid-2013 to improve the customer experience in the air and on the ground. The product investment includes installing full flat-bed seats in BusinessElite on 90 trans-oceanic aircraft, including 14 Boeing 767-400ERs, 52 Boeing 767-300ERs, 16 Boeing 747-400s and eight Boeing 777-200ERs. Upon completion, each of these fleets will have full flat-bed seats on all aircraft. Delta also will add in-seat audio and video on demand throughout Economy Class on 16 Boeing 747-400 and 52 Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. With these additions, Delta will offer personal, in-seat entertainment for both BusinessElite and Economy class customers on all wide-body aircraft. Additional information about these product investments is available at http://news.delta.com/index.php?s=43&item=870.

The new service in Detroit is part of a series of Delta schedule enhancements this summer to strengthen its international network for summer 2010. The changes - which will expand service for customers in 17 cities - leverage Delta's industry-leading joint venture with Air France-KLM, growing alliance relationship with Alaska Air Group and increased fleet flexibility gained from its merger with Northwest. A complete list of Delta's summer 2010 seasonal service is available at http://news.delta.com/index.php?DB=mr4enh_delta&s=11. The airline's expanding global network also benefits Delta Cargo customers, opening up more opportunities to ship directly to more markets than any carrier in the world. More information is available at deltacargo.com.

Delta Air Lines serves more than 160 million customers each year. With its unsurpassed global network, Delta and the Delta Connection carriers offer service to 368 destinations in 66 countries on six continents. Delta employs more than 70,000 employees worldwide and operates a mainline fleet of more than 700 aircraft. A founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance, Delta participates in the industry's leading trans-Atlantic joint venture with Air France KLM. Including its worldwide alliance partners, Delta offers customers more than 13,000 daily flights, with hubs in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Detroit, Memphis, Minneapolis-St. Paul, New York-JFK, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Salt Lake City and Tokyo-Narita. The airline's service includes the SkyMiles frequent flier program, the world's largest airline loyalty program; the award-winning BusinessElite service; and more than 45 Delta Sky Clubs in airports worldwide. Customers can check in for flights, print boarding passes, check bags and review flight status at delta.com.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 06:33 PM   #3334
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Airport cargo up 42pc to new record
17 June 2010
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Hong Kong International Airport handled record cargo tonnages last month. It says business has returned to pre-crisis levels.

The world's busiest international cargo terminal handled 367,000 tonnes of cargo in May, up 42 per cent from a year earlier, thanks to increased exports to Europe and North America.

Export cargo recorded a strong growth of 61 per cent while imports and trans-shipments rose 32 per cent and 14 per cent respectively.

Stanley Hui Hon-chung, chief executive of the Airport Authority of Hong Kong, said average daily tonnages had been restored to pre-crisis levels. The airport had handled more than 10,000 tonnes a day on average for three consecutive months, which was an indication of a sustainable recovery, he added.

The low base of cargo volume last May due to the global financial crisis also contributed to the relatively high percentage increase, the airport said. Cargo growth rose 36.6 per cent year-on-year to 1.6 billion tonnes in the first five months.

In the light of the uptake in international trade, major mainland airports also posted exceptional high growth of cargo tonnage.

Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, for example, reported 128 per cent growth to 99,100 tonnes in April, following 130 per cent growth in March; and Shanghai Pudong International Airport saw its cargo volume rise 105 per cent to 121,254 tonnes in May after 85 per cent growth in April.

Total cargo tonnage handled on the mainland grew 31.6 per cent year-on-year in April nationwide.

The International Air Transport Association, which represents 230 airlines, revised global cargo tonnage growth for the year up to 18.5 per cent earlier this month from 12 per cent. However, the growth is uneven across the globe with the Asia-Pacific region, and in particular the mainland, leading the momentum.

Due to the similar low base effect, passenger volumes at Hong Kong International Airport rose 14.4 per cent to 4.1 million last month.

Concerns over swine flu dampened passenger volume in the same period last year.

Hui said he was confident growth would continue to be recorded in the coming months, adding that the Shanghai Expo had provided a boost to demand.

In addition traffic to Bangkok was back to normal levels after the government lifted its black travel warning earlier this month.
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Hong Kong route fuels lift for airline
23 June 2010
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Singapore Airlines is optimistic about passenger demand rising in the second half, after its load factor recovered to pre-crisis levels, Hong Kong general manager David Lim said.

Capacity on the Hong Kong-Singapore route rose by 15 percent as of June but overall capacity is expected to rise 2 percent amid market uncertainties, Lim added yesterday.

Its East Asia load factor jumped to 77.2 percent last month from 62.1 percent a year ago, surpassing the 71 percent posted in May 2008 before the global financial turmoil.

SIA and Cathay Pacific Airways (0293) will cut their passenger fuel surcharge in July, the Civil Aviation Department said.

The surcharge for short-haul flights will drop 4.55 percent to HK$105 per person while that for longer flights will be 2.1 percent less at HK$513.

Meanwhile, the number of people arriving in Singapore from Hong Kong surged 20 percent year-on- year to 138,000 in the first five months, the Singapore Tourism Board said.

Tourists from the SAR to the Lion City in the first week of June soared 58 percent from a year earlier because of new attractions such as Resort World Sentosa and Universal Studios Singapore, said Vincent Huang, the board's Hong Kong and Macau area director.
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MANDALA LAUNCHES INTERNATIONAL SERVICES



International services to Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong from Jakarta. International services to Singapore from Balikpapan.

Immediately upon receiving its IOSA certification from IATA, Mandala announced plans to commence international flights. Today the airline has revealed that it will serve three countries: Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong from two Indonesian cities: Jakarta and Balikpapan. The international routes, a first for Mandala, are on sale now with flights commencing June 25th, 2010.

President Director of Mandala Diono Nurjadin stated that the regional service was a response to the increasing demand from both business and leisure travellers. “Indonesia, Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong have been the centre of business and leisure activities in the region for decades. We are delighted to provide travellers a great travel alternative at affordable prices”, he said.

Mr. Nurjadin said that Mandala has been waiting to serve regional routes since 2009. “Many loyal passengers and travel partners keep asking when Mandala will fly internationally. Now, after Mandala is recognized as an international safety benchmark in Indonesia, we are ready.”

Mandala will fly to Singapore from Balikpapan and to Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong from Jakarta. “We want to offer choice to consumers,” said Mr. Nurjadin. “Our flight from Balikpapan to Singapore gives customers a great low-fare travel alternative they haven’t had before; Hong Kong services are focussed on the same offering. At the same time we wanted to reinstate the flights between Macau and Jakarta – as this route is a great destination for people looking for fun and good times. With our low fares they will have even more money to spend.”

Fares, on sale from today, show Mandala’s commitment to value and keeping air-travel affordable. “We believe in having fares that are always affordable,” says Mr. Nurjadin. “We have seen that many routes have very high fares for no reason so we are introducing some much needed competition.” PRESS RELEASE mandalaair.com

To celebrate its international flights Mandala is offering very low fares to early bookers. Mandala’s launch sale starts today and will finish on 18 May for travel from 25 June 2010 to 30 November 2010. Fares to Hong Kong and Macau begin at 899,900 Rupiah, fares on the Jakarta-Singapore route begin at 99,000 and Balikpapan-Singapore begins at 499,000.
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HK Airport Authority Arranges HK$5.0 Bln Credit Facility
28 June 2010

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Airport Authority Hong Kong, the operator of the city's international airport, said Monday it arranged a HK$5.0 billion five-year revolving credit facility with a syndicate of 14 banks to refinance maturing debt and for general working capital.

The all-in-cost of the facility is 50 basis points over the Hong Kong interbank offered rate, the lowest rate paid by a Hong Kong borrower in the loan syndication market since the onset of the financial crisis in 2008, the unlisted government-owned airport operator said in a statement.

Chief Executive Stanley Hui said in a statement the revolving credit facility will help support further development of the airport.
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