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Old February 14th, 2016, 07:37 PM   #4901
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A little photos tour to visualize how to use the ferry service to get from
Hong Kong International Airport to Mainland China, in this case Shekou, Shenzhen.
Passenger do not need to pass Hong Kong immigration or customs checkpoints.
However, pax with luggage need to check in at least 60 min before the regular ferry departure time.
Since I have focused on documenting all steps on video, I did not take many photos from parts of the ferry journey.



Arriving on a Cathay Pacific Airbus A330-300:











Exploring a bit Hong Kong International Airport:











Automated People Mover, bringing eligible pax from the Airport to the Skypier, where the Mainland China ferries are departing from:







Skypier Ferry Terminal:











Our Ferry to Shekou - the Peng Xing 12, built in 2011:







Inside the First Class cabin of the Peng Xing 12:





Shekou port, Mainland China:







Shekou Ferry Terminal, outside, after passing Mainland China entry immigration and customs checkpoints:





Moving on towards Shenzhen North Railway to catch a high speed train:









Video, which documents all steps for transferring by ferry between HKIA and Mainland China:



If the video does not load, here is the direct link:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAd1WOEHf74


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Old February 14th, 2016, 08:23 PM   #4902
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How long did the ferry take?

How did you get to Shenzhen North, and how long did it take you to get there?
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Old February 14th, 2016, 10:35 PM   #4903
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The ferry took about 30 min.
Between Shekou port and Shenzhen North I opted for the taxi, because the Shenzhen Metro would take too long.

It is all explained in detail in the video documentation.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAd1WOEHf74
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Old February 23rd, 2016, 02:53 PM   #4904
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Feb 22, 2016
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HK airport Jan passenger volume up 13.3% on year

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded 13.3 percent growth in passenger volume in January compared to the same month last year, with the monthly number coming in at 5.9 million.

Flight movements were up 5.4 percent at 35,195 compared to a year earlier, while cargo volume reached 361,000 tons, up 1.5 percent, the Hong Kong Economic Journal reported Monday, citing data posted on the airport operator’s website.

The flight movements on Feb. 6, two days prior to the Lunar New Year, amounted to a record 1,227.

The year-on-year growth in passenger traffic last month was mainly driven by a 17 percent growth in travel by Hong Kong residents.

Visitor and transfer or transit traffic also saw robust growth, at 13 percent and 11 percent respectively.

Passenger traffic to or from Southeast Asia and mainland China recorded the most significant increases, according to the Airport Authority (AA).

“The strong momentum in passenger traffic continued during the Chinese New Year holiday, with an average of over 200,000 daily passengers recorded from Feb. 6 to 13,” said Ng Chi-kee, executive director overseeing airport operations at AA.
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Old March 2nd, 2016, 05:55 PM   #4905
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Old March 3rd, 2016, 02:38 PM   #4906
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Airport passenger charge is 'unlawful'
2 March 2016
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Legal challenge to levy ranging from HK$90 to HK$180 per trip that would fund third runway holds that it would amount to a form of taxation

A proposed fee for passengers flying out of Hong Kong International Airport would be unlawful, the High Court was told yesterday.

The levy, ranging from HK$90 to HK$180 per trip, was put forward by the Airport Authority to help meet the cost of the third runway for the airport, said to be approaching capacity.

In a challenge to the HK$141.5 billion infrastructure project, City University student Hui Sin-hang has sought leave for a judicial review of what she said was the Chief Executive in Council's decision to endorse the fee last March.

Hui's application was heard in conjunction with those of League of Social Democrats vice-chairman Raphael Wong Ho-ming and social activist Koo Sze-yiu, who were not legally represented in court yesterday.

Hui's lawyer, Hectar Pun Hei SC, argued that the authority's proposed fee, being compulsory and enforceable by law, would be tantamount to taxation and should have been approved by the Legislative Council.

The barrister also questioned the way the government managed joint airspace with neighbouring mainland cities, citing Article 130 of the Basic Law, which stipulates Hong Kong should be responsible for its own matters relating to civil aviation.

But Benjamin Yu SC, for the Chief Executive in Council, argued the Basic Law did not forbid the city liaising with Shenzhen on airspace issues or routes.

Yu noted that arguments over shared use of airspace had been in the public domain for years and queried why the issue had been brought up by the activist now.

He also dismissed procedural concerns over the fee as an invalid reason for opposing the runway.

The authority's barrister, Russell Coleman SC, said it was clearly within the authority's powers to impose the fee, as seen from the Airport Authority Ordinance.

Coleman told Court of First Instance judge Mr Justice Anderson Chow Ka-ming that the ordinance states the authority has a duty to maintain the city's status as a centre of international and regional aviation.

The same ordinance also provides that the authority may raise money specifically for the airport's development in accordance with prudent commercial principles, he said.
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Old March 7th, 2016, 02:08 PM   #4907
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Airspace sharing `breaks the law'
March 7, 2016

Airspace sharing is inevitable after the construction of the proposed third runway and it will be in breach of the Basic Law, green groups said.

Green Sense and the Airport Development Concern Network have investigated flight paths of 16,440 and 3,330 flights of Shenzhen and Macau airports in January this year, with data obtained from Flight Radar24 and Flight Aware websites.

Overlaps were found in around 20 and 40 percent paths of Shenzhen and Macau flights with the possible departure track and go-around path of the proposed third runway.

"A vertical distance of 1,000 feet is required between two paths according to international civil aviation standard, and it cannot be attained by current plan," network spokesman Michael Mo Kwan-tai said.

Mo said overlaps will jeopardize flight safety.

Green Sense chief executive Roy Tam Hoi- pong said the conflict of overlap has to be resolved by sharing the airspace, or integrating the airspace of Hong Kong and Shenzhen.

Both solutions breach Article 130 of the Basic Law that stipulates the HKSAR right to manage routine business and technical management of civil aviation.

"This is `co-location arrangement in the air'. We must not let airspace sharing become an established fact with the construction of the proposed third runway," Tam said.
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Old March 7th, 2016, 05:34 PM   #4908
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Post Jetstar, Qantas eyes China growth
7 March 2016
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Qantas Airways, Australia's once struggling national airline that reported a turnaround last month, expects to benefit from the rise of Chinese carriers ferrying passengers from China to Australia, as China Southern and China Eastern, the two biggest operators on the route, expand their capacity.

China Southern and China Eastern Airlines are expanding their service offerings, representing a significant capacity expansion for the two biggest operators on the popular China to Australia market.

"We think it is helping," Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce told the South China Morning Post.

"When China Southern brings people to Australia, if they take two to three domestic flights, that is good for us, because we have that width of the domestic network: we have 63 per cent of the domestic capacity."

Speaking in Hong Kong nine months after Qantas' plan to set up budget carrier Jetstar Hong Kong in the city was thwarted, Joyce says he has accepted the outcome and "moved on".

He says the collapse of Jetstar Hong Kong after opposition from local airlines led by Cathay Pacific Airways had not strained relations between the two long-time rivals. "That was disappointing. But the way we look at it is it was a Hong Kong authority decision," Joyce said.

He added that Qantas has no plans to deepen its relationship with Cathay beyond being members of the Oneworld alliance.

In order to garner a bigger share of the Chinese outbound tourist market, Joyce's strategy for Qantas - which only flies to Shanghai and Hong Kong at the moment - is to court the Chinese carriers and play a delicate balancing act between friends and foe.

Qantas is in a unique position as it maintains code share partnerships with China Eastern and China Southern, both members of Oneworld's competitor alliance Skyteam, as well as an interline agreement with Air China, a Star Alliance member.

According to the Centre for Aviation, Qantas has approximately 28 per cent of the passenger capacity between Australia and Hong Kong, and 6 per cent between Australia and mainland China.

Centre for Aviation senior analyst Will Horton said Qantas' share of the Australia to mainland China market - which is the most fought-for long-haul market from China according to the centre - "has declined in recent years and will likely continue to do so".

But Joyce said: "We will grow with code share.[The Chinese partners] have huge distribution in China and networks which we would like to tap into. We would like Qantas to serve the business market where there is a big outbound market as well as an inbound market, and the big business markets are Hong Kong and Shanghai - maybe Beijing in the future.
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Old March 9th, 2016, 06:16 AM   #4909
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Old March 9th, 2016, 03:54 PM   #4910
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United Airlines attendants claim fired over their security concerns
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(Reuters) - A group of 13 flight attendants say they were illegally fired by United Airlines after refusing to fly on a Hong Kong-bound plane last July that had a "threatening" message scrawled under its tail engine, according to a complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Labor.

In the complaint, filed Tuesday, they said the words "Bye Bye" and two faces, one smiling and the other "devilish," were found finger-drawn in oil grime under the auxiliary engine of the Boeing 747-400 plane at San Francisco International Airport.

The flight attendants, all with 18 or more years of experience, said the airline refused to deplane the passengers and conduct a security inspection. They said they disobeyed orders to work, believing the lives of more than 300 passengers and crew on the jumbo jet could be endangered.

After a delay, the July 14 flight was eventually canceled. United accused the flight attendants of insubordination and fired them all, according to the complaint.

Chicago-based United, a unit of United Continental Holdings Inc, said it would fight the pending litigation vigorously. A spokesman told Reuters in an email that the airline's teams had investigated the issue and found there was no "credible security threat."

The airline followed all of the Federal Aviation Administration's procedures, the spokesman said, noting that the pilots and mechanics had deemed the plane safe to fly.
United Airlines reinstates 13 cabin crew sacked for not flying on Hong Kong-bound plane with 'threatening message' drawn on engine
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Thirteen flight attendants will fly again after United Airlines reinstated their jobs, ending a 20-month saga after the group was sacked for refusing to fly on a Hong Kong-bound plane with a "threatening" message graffitied on its auxiliary engine.

Both parties announced a resolution after the cabin crew lodged a complaint with the United States government's Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

In July 2014, the words "Bye Bye" and two faces, one smiling and the other described as "devilish", were found finger-drawn in oil grime under the auxiliary engine of a Boeing 747 at San Francisco International Airport.

The flight attendants, all with 18 or more years of experience, said the airline refused to deplane the passengers and conduct a security inspection. The group said they disobeyed orders to work, believing the lives of more than 300 passengers and crew on the jumbo jet could be endangered.

After a delay, the flight was eventually cancelled. United accused the flight attendants of insubordination and fired them all, according to the complaint.We respect the right of our employees to raise concerns in good faith about the safety or security of our operations, and encourage them to do so.United Airlines senior vice-president of inflight services Sam Risoli

As a result of the settlement, announced on Tuesday, the flight attendants' jobs have been reinstated, and they have withdrawn the OSHA filing.
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Old March 9th, 2016, 03:58 PM   #4911
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Austrian Airlines Offers Flight Service to Hong Kong
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Austrian Airlines is adding a new long-haul destination in Asia to its route network this year. Starting on September 5, 2016, Austria’s national carrier will fly up to five times per week to Hong Kong, deploying a Boeing 777 aircraft. “As of September, we are offering flights to the three largest cities in China i.e. Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong”, explains Austrian Airlines Chief Commercial Officer Andreas Otto. Hong Kong is not only interesting as a point to point destination but in particular for transfer traffic. About two-thirds of the passengers will change flights at the Vienna flight hub, especially in the direction of Western and Eastern Europe.

In its summer 2016 flight schedule, Austrian Airlines will offer a total of 31 weekly non-stop flights to Asia. Five flights per week on a Boeing 767 will be operated to Beijing. Flights to Shanghai, Bangkok and Tokyo will take off from Vienna on a Boeing 777 up to once a day, whereas the airline will fly to Hong Kong up to five times each week. Moreover, Colombo and Malé will be seasonally included as tourist destinations with up to two flights per week in the winter flight schedule 2016 starting in October 2016.

Flight time to Hong Kong at a distance of 8,700 kilometers from Vienna is about 11 hours 25 minutes.
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Old March 9th, 2016, 07:47 PM   #4912
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That is an awesome overview photo of HKG, but those 2 Emirates A380's are landing very close behind each other..
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Old March 11th, 2016, 12:47 PM   #4914
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American Airlines Responds to Customer Demand With New Service from Los Angeles to Hong Kong
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Customers can book travel on the new route starting March 20

LOS ANGELES, March 8, 2016 – American Airlines is giving its customers more access to Asia, connecting Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG).

“We announced new domestic Los Angeles routes at the end of January, and customers let us know they wanted more great service to even more destinations,” said Andrew Nocella, chief marketing officer for American Airlines. “This route connects customers in Los Angeles with one of the world’s most important business markets and provides convenient connections to important business and leisure destinations across the Pacific.”

http://hub.aa.com/en/nr/american-air...s-to-hong-kong
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Old March 11th, 2016, 04:10 PM   #4915
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That is an awesome overview photo of HKG, but those 2 Emirates A380's are landing very close behind each other..
Hehehe, I noticed the same
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Break down of separation with the EK A380s.
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Old March 15th, 2016, 05:50 PM   #4917
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HKIA Sees Steady Growth in Passenger Volume and Flight Movements in February
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HONG KONG, 13 March 2016 – Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded steady growth in passenger volume and flight movements in February of 2016. During the month, passenger traffic rose 4.9% year on year to 5.7 million, while flight movements increased by 4.5% to 32,625. Cargo throughput dropped 14.9% to 258,000 tonnes, compared to the same month last year.

The growth in passenger traffic in February was mainly driven by Hong Kong resident travel, which registered a 16% year-on-year growth over the same month last year. Passenger traffic to / from Southeast Asia and Japan increased most significantly.

The decline in cargo throughput for February was mainly attributed to a 23% year-on-year drop in exports. Imports and transshipments decreased by 9% and 6%, respectively, compared to the same month last year. Cargo throughput to/from key trading region in North America registered the most significant drop. The decrease of cargo volume in February this year is partly due to the industrial action at ports on the west coast of the United States in the first quarter of 2015, which resulted in a strong figure in air cargo during the same month last year.

On a rolling 12-month basis, HKIA has handled 69.5 million passengers and 409,255 flight movements, marking year-on-year increases of 8.4% and 3.8%, respectively, while cargo throughput decreased by 2.2% to 4.34 million tonnes.
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Orient Thai cancels all HK-Bangkok flights in March
15 March 2016
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Orient Thai Airlines is extending the suspension of all its flights between Hong Kong and Bangkok until the end of the month.

Previously, the airline announced the cancellation of flights until March 19 because of mechanical problems.

At that time, the Travel Industry Council (TIC) of Hong Kong estimated that about 100 tours comprising 2,000 travelers would be affected.

The TIC has now heard from the airline that the problem might not be solved shortly and expects all its flights to be canceled until March 31, Apple Daily reported Tuesday.

TIC executive director Joseph Tung Yiu-chung said about 120 tours comprising 2,800 travelers -- not counting independent travelers -- will be affected between March 20 and March 31.

Most of them were scheduled to leave Hong Kong during the Easter holidays.
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Old March 17th, 2016, 04:43 PM   #4919
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Old March 19th, 2016, 12:33 PM   #4920
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I flew into the Hong Kong airport the other day. I was flying on Hong Kong airlines which seems to be the main airline in the new midfield terminal. The terminal was nice and the trains work well and arrive every couple of minutes. Beware however that as of two weeks ago, there were limited food and beverage options as that part is still under construction. So if you have time and want to eat or get wasted at a bar. Make sure you are in the main terminals.



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