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Old October 7th, 2015, 10:15 AM   #4821
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Old October 8th, 2015, 03:14 PM   #4823
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Air NZ delay ‘a shambles’
5 October 2015
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Passengers fuming over Hong Kong airport sleepover which also grounds airline boss

There are “lessons to be learned” after an Air New Zealand flight was grounded in Hong Kong for 19 hours, says the company’s chairman — who was on the flight.

Flight NZ80 was due to leave the city at 7.10pm local time on Saturday but did not leave until 2.26pm local time yesterday.

It’s the second time in two days NZ80 had been delayed, after Thursday night’s flight was 8 hours late in taking off.

Passengers initially remained on-board Saturday’s flight for two hours before they got off and queued for accommodation, only to find there was little available over the holiday period.

A long wait in the terminal ensued, with some unhappy about the level of communication from Air New Zealand.

One of the hundreds aboard was Tony Carter, Air New Zealand’s board chairman and ex-Foodstuffs managing director. He was flying business class. He said he received no preferential treatment and spent the night in the terminal, although he had later moved to a flight lounge.

“There’s probably some lessons to be learned. It’s a very difficult situation. We’re in the middle of a typhoon. It’s a national holiday in Hong Kong. [Staff] have done their best.”

Mr Carter said he read and tried to sleep to pass time. He rubbished suggestions from passengers that he was furiously emailing Air New Zealand staff about the situation.

“When you’ve got nothing else to do you send emails to all sorts of people.”

Another passenger, Anita Easton, said 19 rooms were found for families with children, and for some elderly travellers. “The rest of us have been sleeping in the lounge all night.”

Ms Easton said meal vouchers were handed out at 10.40pm (3.40am NZT), 20 minutes before the food stalls shut — some didn’t accept the vouchers anyway.

They then received $50 vouchers for breakfast.

“It took four or five hours for bottled water to be handed out. Nobody can get a shower.”

Ms Easton didn’t get a wink of sleep and spent the night reading. She called the situation a “complete shambles”.
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Old October 9th, 2015, 06:49 PM   #4824
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Old October 10th, 2015, 06:51 AM   #4825
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NWS Holdings in Hong Kong looking to expand aviation business
8 October 2015
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The Chow Tai Fook conglomerate's infrastructure and services flagship NWS Holdings, which took former Airport Authority head Stanley Hui on board as deputy chief executive last month, is looking to expand its aviation business - though it is not going to be in new airport investment.

The Cheng Yu-tung family behind the conglomerate is the city's other deep-pocket investor with a fledging aircraft leasing business as Li Ka-shing's Cheung Kong launched its own lessor Accipiter with a US$2 billion portfolio last November.

Goshawk Aviation, 40 per cent owned by NWS and 40 per cent by Chow Tai Fook, is going to receive investment of another US$1 billion to grow its fleet from 50 planes at the end of this year to around 70 next year, Hui said. "We are very confident on the aviation industry's outlook and demand for aircraft leasing," he said, citing the low oil price environment as a plus.

Hui, an aviation veteran with a long career with Cathay Pacific before his role as the chief executive of the Airport Authority from 2007 to 2014, said NWS's aviation interest long predates his appointment, being the second largest shareholder of Beijing Capital Airport since December 2013.

But the former manager of Hong Kong International Airport said investment into new airport construction is out of NWS's consideration, despite the mainland authorities' push for public-private partnership in infrastructure development and an 80-billion yuan second airport Beijing is building in the south of the capital that will be able to serve 10 million passengers with seven runways.

“Airports have depreciation of as long as 50 years. For the first five years at least, it won't be profitable, so that's a large loss to bear initially,” he said.

“Infrastructure projects are very long-term projects. Why is Hong Kong's third runway so expensive? Because the fast traffic growth and cost of land reclamation were not accounted for in the airport's initial vision,” he said.

Hui said NWS may choose to make equity investment in large air hubs that offer synergy with the group's other businesses - including its duty free shops and water management business - in the future, instead of funding new airport constructions.
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Old October 11th, 2015, 06:39 AM   #4826
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Old October 13th, 2015, 04:38 AM   #4827
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‘Fuel shortage’ blamed for HK-bound flight’s U-turn
13 October 2015
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Plane lands safely in San Francisco, but United Airlines silent on many details of the emergency

A United Airlines flight bound for Hong Kong was delayed for over a day after making an emergency U-turn back to San Francisco on Sunday, allegedly due to a fuel shortage.

A flight tracking site showed UA flight 869 departed from San Francisco airport at 8.37pm local time on Saturday (11.37am on Sunday in Hong Kong) but turned back when it reached the Gulf of Alaska. It landed at San Francisco four hours and 20 minutes after its departure.

The flight did not take off again until 3.08pm PDT on Sunday (6.08am HKT yesterday), according to San Francisco airport’s website.

Hong Kong airport’s website showed the plane arrived here at 8.36pm yesterday, more than a day after its original scheduled arrival time.

Hundreds of passengers were on board the flight but no one was injured, according to a report by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Based on United Airlines’ previous flights for the same route, the plane was believed to be a Boeing aircraft.

The airline did not reply to a request for comments.

It was unclear how many people from Hong Kong and the mainland were on board and how many of the original passengers ended up boarding another flight to Hong Kong or taking the delayed flight.

Emergency crews apparently stood by to inspect the aircraft for a fuel leak, according to the report, citing audio from San Francisco airport’s control tower.

Passenger Marcelo Figueroa reportedly said the pilot told passengers there was a fuel problem.

“Apparently the plane was using more fuel than usual and they were not sure if we were going to make it all the way to Hong Kong, so they decided to go back,” Figueroa was quoted as saying.
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Old October 14th, 2015, 05:23 AM   #4828
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Old October 16th, 2015, 08:02 PM   #4829
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3 budget airlines violate rules on departure tax refund
16 October 2015
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Three budget airlines have been charging passengers processing fees when refunding their departure tax, Apple Daily reported Friday.

That is against the rules set by the Civil Aviation Department (CAD).

The three low-cost carriers are AirAsia, Scoot and Thai AirAsia, a survey by Hong Kong’s Consumer Council found.

A departure tax of HK$120 (US$15.48) is normally levied on each passenger aged 12 years or above who departs from Hong Kong by air.

But under the Air Passenger Departure Tax Ordinance, airlines are required to refund the tax without charge to a passenger who ends up not departing.

Among the 24 airlines surveyed, 14 said they do not charge processing fees but said they will not voluntarily refund the tax unless the customer applies for the refund, Michael Hui King-man, chairman of the council’s publicity & community relations committee.

He criticized them for asking customers who qualify to apply for the tax refund online or by mail or fax within 10 days.
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Old October 19th, 2015, 06:01 PM   #4831
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NAC plane grounded in HK
18 October 2015
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At least 150 passengers were forced to deplane from a Nepal Airlines flight at Hong Kong International Airport on Saturday after a catering truck hit the aircraft's tail

The Airbus A320 jet was scheduled to take off from the airport at 5pm (Nepal time) to Nepal.

According to the Post's Hong Kong correspondent Nirmal Shrestha, the impact has created a tiny hole in the tail section of the aircraft. On-duty engineer of Nepal Airlines had identified the problem in the jet when it was set to move to the airport's runway from the tarmac.

Ram Hari Sharma, spokesperson of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), said no one has been injured. "We have been informed the tail of the aircraft was hit by a catering truck."

Sharma said the damage was being assessed. "All the details will be known after conducting the assessment," he said, adding until then the aircraft would be grounded.

Passengers have been transferred to hotel or other flights, while the plane has been parked at Hong Kong airport for repairs.
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NAC plane grounded in HK 18 October 2015 The Katmandu Post Excerpt At least 150 passengers were forced to deplane from a Nepal Airlines flight at Hong Kong International Airport on Saturday after a catering truck hit the aircraft's tail The Airbus A320 jet was scheduled to take off from the airport at 5pm (Nepal time) to Nepal. According to the Post's Hong Kong correspondent Nirmal Shrestha, the impact has created a tiny hole in the tail section of the aircraft. On-duty engineer of Nepal Airlines had identified the problem in the jet when it was set to move to the airport's runway from the tarmac. Ram Hari Sharma, spokesperson of Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), said no one has been injured. "We have been informed the tail of the aircraft was hit by a catering truck." Sharma said the damage was being assessed. "All the details will be known after conducting the assessment," he said, adding until then the aircraft would be grounded. Passengers have been transferred to hotel or other flights, while the plane has been parked at Hong Kong airport for repairs.
This report makes not sense what's so ever. The moment the catering vehicle hit the aircraft the truck would've come to a complete halt, driver / checker stood down, drug & alcohol tested and damage assessed by engineers.

According to the news report the catering truck hit the aircraft, passengers boarded the flight, & then the damage was noticed before pushback from bay? What happened to the pilots walk around inspection?

Sorry for reading to much into it but that's very poor reporting if you ask me.
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This report makes not sense what's so ever. The moment the catering vehicle hit the aircraft the truck would've come to a complete halt, driver / checker stood down, drug & alcohol tested and damage assessed by engineers.

According to the news report the catering truck hit the aircraft, passengers boarded the flight, & then the damage was noticed before pushback from bay? What happened to the pilots walk around inspection?

Sorry for reading to much into it but that's very poor reporting if you ask me.
The article did not say passengers boarded after the incident. The pilots would do their walk-around before boarding, so it appears the incident happened after that walk-around and after / during boarding.
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Old October 25th, 2015, 01:04 PM   #4835
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HKIA Sees Continuous Growth in Air Traffic in September
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(HONG KONG, 18 October 2015) – Air traffic at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) continued to grow in September. During the month, passenger volume rose by 6.3% to 5.4 million, while aircraft movements increased by 3.3% to 33,085 compared to the same month last year. Cargo volume handled also recorded a rise of 1.1% year-on-year to 368,000 tonnes in September, after declining in recent months.

The growth in September passenger traffic was mainly driven by 12% year-on-year growth in Hong Kong resident travel. Transfer/transit traffic also grew by 7% year-on-year. Traffic to / from Japan and Southeast Asia also increased significantly. Meanwhile, during the National Day Golden Week from 1 October to 7 October, overall passenger volume continued to rise by 4%, with the number of visitors rose by 10% compared with last year.

The rebound in air cargo traffic in September was primarily due to a 3% year-on-year growth in exports. Imports experienced negligible growth; however, transshipments decreased by 3% compared to the same month last year. Amongst the key trading regions, traffic to / from North America and Australasia increased most significantly.
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As per this article, Cathay is to unveil their new livery on Nov 1 on a Boeing 777-300ER

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Cathay Pacific's New Livery Signifies Fresh Direction

Summary
  • Forex impacted first-half yield by 3%.
  • Aspire Aviation finds 87.5% correlation between CX pax yield and jet fuel prices.
  • CX would have achieved 11.34% net profit margin without hedging losses.
  • Australia operation desperately needs A350-900 up-gauging after 98% L/F.
  • Transpacific freighter weekly schedule upped from 35 to 42.
  • China-US flights comprise 70.3% China-originated passengers, up from 65%.
  • Cathay to unveil new aircraft livery on 777-300ER 1st Nov.
  • 777-9X too late to provide a relief for Cathay.
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Rallying cry for projects
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Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying again rallied support for government infrastructure projects as he inspected the Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link.

The visit by Leung yesterday came after all road and rail access to and from Tung Chung and the airport was suspended on Friday night when a boat collided with the Lantau Link's Kap Shui Mun Bridge.

On Tuesday, Leung said the road link, which may act as an alternative to the Tsing Ma Bridge, has been delayed for a year because of a judicial review into the Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macau bridge.

As a result, the link should be up and running in three years, instead of two. Its completion will shorten travel distance from Tuen Mun to the airport and Tung Chung by nearly 22 kilometers.

It will also reduce travel time by about 20 minutes, improving the transportation network.
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Air traffic safety fears voiced
5 November 2015
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If the much-delayed new air traffic control system is unusable when it is finally commissioned next year, the airport's existing system may still maintain operations, transport chief Anthony Cheung Bing-leung said.

Cheung told the Legislative Council yesterday the HK$486 million Autotrac III system will be operational in the first half of next year. It will be able to handle 8,000 flight plans daily and may simultaneously monitor 1,500 air or ground targets " five times and 1.5 times those of the current system respectively.

However, Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong lawmaker Christopher Chung Shu-kun expressed concern about a backup plan, in case the new system suffered ``disastrous problems.''

Cheung, secretary for transport and housing, said the Civil Aviation Department already has ``an existing system which can continue to be operational.''

``If the new system cannot be commissioned, the existing system will still be functional and in operation,'' he said.

``Should something untoward happen to the new system or the functions are not as expected or there are unexpected problems, the existing system will still be there.''

Cheung also clarified media reports and a question by pan-democratic legislator Raymond Wong Yuk-man that system failure rendered the whole HK$1.57 billion Air Traffic Control System inhoperable during a test conducted by the department in July.

Cheung said department officers had deliberately input abnormal flight information into the system to test its performance.

He explained that it did not execute these abnormal instructions, which was according to its system design.

Cheung also stressed that the ``fallback'' subsystems were running normally throughout the test.
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