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Old February 1st, 2011, 04:46 PM   #3681
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A more informative news article on the 3rd runway plan and the upcoming Chinese New Year rush :

Air chief reticent on third runway
1 February 2011
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Hong Kong's top aviation official estimates the city's airport will reach its full flight capacity by 2020, but will not say whether or when a third runway might be built.

The 2020 prediction is three years later than an estimate given by former government officials, including the former aviation chief.

The Hong Kong Ideas Centre released a report of their conclusions last month, saying that the two existing runways were now at 93 per cent capacity and would reach 100 per cent by 2017, based on annual growth of 6.5 per cent.

But Director General of Civil Aviation Norman Lo Shung-man said yesterday his prediction was based on annual growth of 5 per cent. He said changes in the economic situation might affect the growth rate.

"If the industry has higher flight demand, our current situation might not meet the increasing requirement," he said.

Lo said Chek Lap Kok could now handle 60 flights taking off or landing per hour. The pace will gradually increase to 61 in March and 62 by the end of this year by streamlining flight control procedures.

He said the Civil Aviation Department's new headquarters would be completed in 2013. The HK$3.6 billion complex will include a centre to hold a new air traffic control system that will double the current 28 workstations.

The new system could handle 68 flights an hour by 2015 with two runways, and would allow more than 100 flights an hour if operating with a third runway.

But Lo refused to say whether the Airport Authority had decided a third runway was needed, saying the authority would release a report by mid-year. He said the upgrading of the air traffic control system had nothing to do with the third runway.

"If the Airport Authority hasn't made a decision, we will still have to improve our existing air traffic control system in order to reach the future demand within the next 10 years or so. The existing system is actually quite old, it is ageing ... we have to replace it anyway," he said.

Lo estimated that Chek Lap Kok would handle 15,508 flights during the Lunar New Year this year, up 9 per cent compared with last year.

He said there would be 986 flights taking off or landing at the airport on Friday, the second day of the holiday, breaking the record of most flights handled per day - 973 flights on December 17 last year.
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Old February 1st, 2011, 05:38 PM   #3684
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HK Air Cargo Terminals January Throughput Up 8.2% On Year
1 February 2011

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. said Tuesday it handled 230,077 metric tons of air cargo in January, up 8.2% from a year earlier, as the global economic recovery boosted cargo traffic.

The company, which handles about 80% of the air cargo that passes through Hong Kong International Airport, said in a statement it handled 122,934 tons of cargo exports in January, up 6.6% from a year earlier, and 62,742 tons of cargo imports, up 4.1%. Its transshipment volume rose 19.9% to 44,401 tons.

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals is jointly owned by Jardine Matheson & Co., Wharf (Holdings) Ltd., Hutchison Port Holdings Ltd., and China National Aviation Corp.
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Old February 1st, 2011, 07:54 PM   #3685
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Never expected HKIA would surpass Memphis
Yes, Memphis is HUGE, particularly because of its status as a cargo hub, where HK is not specifically one. Quite amazing for a 23.4% growth in a single year, too, I wouldn't have thought that possible in a place like HK.
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Old February 2nd, 2011, 04:10 PM   #3686
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Transaero resumes Hong Kong service from late-Apr 2011

Transaero in Summer 2011 season resumes service Moscow Domodedovo – Hong Kong route, effective 24APR11.

The route, operated by Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, operates once a week. This service in Summer 2010 season was 3 weekly.

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UN869 DME2345 – 1235+1HKG 772 7
UN870 HKG1450 – 2025DME 772 1

http://airlineroute.net/2011/02/02/u...11/#more-29534
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Old February 2nd, 2011, 04:35 PM   #3687
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Transaero resumes Hong Kong service from late-Apr 2011

Transaero in Summer 2011 season resumes service Moscow Domodedovo – Hong Kong route, effective 24APR11.

The route, operated by Boeing 777-200ER aircraft, operates once a week. This service in Summer 2010 season was 3 weekly.

Schedule:


UN869 DME2345 – 1235+1HKG 772 7
UN870 HKG1450 – 2025DME 772 1

http://airlineroute.net/2011/02/02/u...11/#more-29534
Lovely! Suddenly there are 4 airlines flying the route!
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 09:59 AM   #3689
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Lovely! Suddenly there are 4 airlines flying the route!
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Old February 3rd, 2011, 05:23 PM   #3690
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Chartered flights should ensure HK tourists arrive home safely today
2 February 2011
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All Hong Kong tourists stranded in Egypt will return today after several chartered flights were arranged by Beijing and Egypt.

About 270 were in the country, 60 of them in Cairo and 210 in the southern city of Luxor.

A group of 19 tourists in Cairo declined the chartered flight and returned aboard a scheduled flight.

The rest of those in the capital registered with the Chinese embassy to board the chartered flights sent by Beijing, but later decided to fly to Bangkok and on to Hong Kong on their own because they were reportedly unsure when the chartered flights would take off.

Of those in Luxor, about 160 took a chartered flight arranged by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The rest made their own travel arrangements, Lai said.

The aircraft, an A330 belonging to China Southern Airlines, left from Guangzhou for Luxor yesterday, and is expected to land in Hong Kong this afternoon.

"Thanks to co-ordination between the central and Egyptian governments, the chartered flight will fly from Luxor to Hong Kong directly," undersecretary for security Lai Tung-kwok said.

The previous plan was to first send the citizens from Luxor to Cairo - more than 700 kilometres away - because there were no direct flights between Luxor and Hong Kong and it was difficult to arrange a direct chartered flight. But Chinese embassy officials in Cairo went to Luxor to arrange the flight, a Hong Kong official said.

"We are grateful for the central government's quick support," Lai said. Holders of Hong Kong or British National (Overseas) passports could use the flight.

In addition, four Hongkongers were aboard one of four chartered flights that arrived in Guangzhou last night.

The government has contacted several individual travellers from Hong Kong who will take one of the flights.

Lai said the flights should have enough seats to bring all Hongkongers back home.

He also addressed concerns about whether public money would be used to pay for the 270 Hongkongers' return trip.

"We understand the public's concern, and agree that the flight shouldn't be paid by public money but by those who use it," he said.

The government first issued an "amber" travel warning for Egypt on Friday and replaced it with the higher "red" warning soon after 1pm on Saturday.

It was raised to the highest "black" warning at 6pm on Sunday, and advised people to avoid going to Egypt under present conditions.
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Guilty plea over check-in bribes
2 February 2011
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A former Cathay Pacific employee has pleaded guilty to taking bribes to help mainland travelers sneak overseas via Hong Kong International Airport.

Former Cathay Pacific customer services officer Gordon Ng Ka-wah, as well as three others involved in a human smuggling syndicate, have been remanded in custody until sentencing on February 23.

Tan Wei-menn, who was also on Cathay Pacific ground staff, Patrick Cheung Chun- wah and Thomas Chan Kin-hung, had earlier pleaded guilty to a series of corruption charges.

Ng's defense lawyers said his act did not harm anyone and each person only accepted small amounts as rewards.

But District Court Judge Susana Maria D'Almada Remedios said the offenses are serious and immediate custodial sentences are needed.

Ng and Tan helped issue boarding passes for travelers in exchange for cash.

Ng admitted in court that he received between HK$500 and HK$600 for each person successfully processed.

In return, he was asked to ensure that the mainlanders could successfully check in for their flights.

Ng also passed on security information obtained from the Cathay Pacific computer system to Tsui Ying-kit.

Tsui was allegedly responsible for arranging travelers to fly out of Hong Kong.

He was also arrested but later jumped bail.
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Seair to start flights to HK and Macau
4 February 2011
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CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga, Philippines Domestic air carrier South East Asian Airlines (Seair), will further expand its operations at the Diosdado Macapagal International Airport (DMIA) with flights to Hong Kong and Macau that are expected to start February 14, 2011, and is considering flights to Taipei.

Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC) President and CEO Victor Jose I. Luciano announced that Seair will operate additional Clark-Hong Kong flights twice daily and Clark-Macau flights three times a week from the DMIA as part of the marketing program for the country including Clark Freeport Zone to boost the tourism industry.

The move came after the success of their twice weekly flights from the DMIA to Singapore that started in December 2010.

'We are happy to announce that Seair, will launch flights to Hong Kong and Macau at DMIA,' Luciano said.

'This is a welcome development for the airport as this will certainly redound to the benefit of travelers, tourists and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) as well as boost the tourism industry not only in the Metro Clark area but Central Luzon and eventually, the rest of the country,' the CIAC chief pointed out.

He said the Seair will add 17 more flights a week that will average a total of 85 international flights a week aside from the flights of Federal Express and United Parcel Service (UPS) at the DMIA.

Seair is the second oldest airline in the country that started operations at DMIA in 1995. The air carrier leased two 144-seater Airbus A-319 aircraft from its partner Tiger Airways of Singapore last year for their international flights at DMIA catering to destinations in the South East Asian region. Seair currently operates daily flights to Caticlan at DMIA.

Seair is expected to add more flights from Clark to Vietnam, Korea and Thailand.

Carriers also operating from the DMIA include Air Asia of Malaysia with flights to Kota Kinabalu and Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia; Asiana Airlines and budget carrier Jin Air of South Korea both with flights to Incheon; and domestic carrier Cebu Pacific Air that flies to Hong Kong, Singapore, Macau and Bangkok with domestic flights via Cebu, Spirit of Manila Airlines that flies to Taipei. (AMR)
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Business-jet operator spreads its wings
5 February 2011
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HNA Group, the mainland's fourth-largest airline group, plans to expand its corporate jet services to Asian cities through its newly set up subsidiary, Hong Kong Jet.

The expansion is set to tap growth in demand for business jets in the region, said Jackie Wu Wing-sze, chief operating officer of Hong Kong Jet.

Hong Kong Jet plans to start charter flights and ancillary services, including aircraft management and acquisition, financing, delivery, refurbishing and registration.

It has submitted an application for an air operator certificate to the Civil Aviation Department and expects to get approval by August, said Wu. Before its charter service is running, the company will roll out a crew placement, training and acquisition consultancy.

The first of the company's four new Gulfstream 550s, priced at US$50 million each, will arrive by May, with more to be delivered by the end of the year. The jet can fly up to 12,500 kilometres non-stop with 19 passengers, and has the longest range of all business jets.

The launch of Hong Kong Jet and the choice of the long-range jet has brought HNA one step closer to its goal of expanding its services to the international market.

HNA has dominated the business jet market on the mainland through Deer Jet, a Beijing-based private jet operator founded in 1995. By the end of last December, Deer Jet owned more than 40 corporate jets. However, Deer Jet has limitations in expanding internationally. As a mainland private jet operator, it has to comply with mainland regulations, which allow it to operate only mainland-registered business jets and hire cabin crew accredited with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC).

Mainland-registered private jets are also subject to a 27 per cent import tax on average, depending on how the owner finances the aircraft, said Wu. It means the owner has to pay US$2.7 million to US$15 million extra for a private jet. Each aircraft costs between US$10 million and US$60 million.

CAAC also requires all charter flights by private jet to be manned with two to three pilots and one engineer. Hong Kong and many other jurisdictions allow two pilots, with no engineer required.

However, parking and navigation fees for mainland-registered jets are lower than for foreign-based aircraft.

"HNA Group has long been contemplating setting up a Hong Kong-based business jet company to avoid the limitations on the mainland," said Wu. "We are confident that we can take up to 50 per cent of the market in Hong Kong over the next two to three years."

She predicted that the number of business jets operated in the city would increase to 80 in that period, compared to fewer than 60 now. The company plans to open a second office in the next three years, with Singapore, Japan and Russia possible expansion options.

Over the past 14 months, the price of pre-owned jets has risen 26 per cent on average due to buoyant demand in the region, said Wu.

"The luxury and hospitality offered by a private jet is irresistible to wealthy people in the region and many consider it as a treat for their business partners."

The rise in the price of second-hand private jets has also prompted individuals to consider the aircraft as an investment.

"Just like buying a house, the jet owner will charter their aircraft out for recurrent income until they realise a profit by selling it," Wu said.

The Business Aviation Centre, the ground handler and service provider for private jet operators at Chek Lap Kok, is running out of space and that may curb growth, said Wu.

Hangars and parking spaces at the centre have failed to meet the needs of the growing private jet fleet in Hong Kong. "When a typhoon or some adverse weather arrives, I will be very busy finding shelter [for the jets] or diverting the plane somewhere else," Wu said.

She urged the Airport Authority, which is about to unveil its master plan for development of the airport, to provide more space for private jets.
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Firm lands $2m Hong Kong airport contract
8 February 2011
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A BELFAST-based firm which makes security screening products has won a $2m (£1.2m) contract to upgrade a system at Hong Kong International Airport.

CEM Systems will design, manufacture and install new ID card swiping and biometric fingerprint reading equipment at the facility, one of the busiest passenger airports in the world.

CEM, which employs around 70 people in the Titanic Quarter, has also secured work with five airports in China during the past year.

Andrew Fulton, business development director for Asia with CEM Systems, said that all the equipment will be made in Northern Ireland. He added:

"We've worked with Hong Kong International Airport for over 15 years and are increasingly expanding our markets in the Far East.

"We've already taken on small numbers of extra staff to cope with the workload and may recruit more."

CEM is part of international group Tyco Security Products, which employs 200 people in its CCTV division in Belfast.

Hong Kong International Airport has close to 900 aircraft movements, serves over 155 worldwide destinations every day, has a workforce of 60,000 and last year had over 46m passengers pass through.
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Record flights for world-class party
1 February 2011
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Managers at Hong Kong International Airport are prepared for a peak of 986 flights on the second day of the Lunar New Year. That will break the record of 973 flights set on December 17.

By Civil Aviation Department estimates, the 17-day holiday travel period will see the airport at Chek Lap Kok handling 15,508 flights, up 8.8 percent on last year.

Civil Aviation director general Norman Lo Shung- man said that if the number of flights there grows 4-5 percent a year its two runways may be at capacity by 2020. But he will not talk about a third until a study on need is completed by the middle of this year.

Many of the flights just in or set to land in the next couple of days have visitors heading for Tsim Sha Tsui on Thursday when 13 floats and costumed marchers and performers hit the streets for the Cathay Pacific International Chinese New Year Night Parade.

The Tourism Board has a float carrying eight giant gold and silver rabbits in eastern and western attire to emphasize Hong Kong is ``Asia's World City.''

The parade starts at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre at 8pm and winds through Canton and Nathan roads before ending at Salisbury Road at 9.30pm.

The festivities feature 23 local and international performing groups from 11 countries with the theme ``World City. World Party.''
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