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Old June 14th, 2016, 09:36 PM   #4961
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Old June 15th, 2016, 04:49 AM   #4962
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Hong Kong Airport hikes fees on top of new passenger levy amid stalled traffic
Passengers from HK may end up paying higher airfares on top of the planned additional levy
June 14, 2016

Aircraft landing and parking fees in Hong Kong will go up from September as the city’s Airport Authority seeks more funding options for its proposed Third Runway. The double-digit hike is expected to worsen passenger traffic at the Hong Kong International Airport as passengers already face an extra levy of up to HK$180 per flight from August.

The government said on its website on Tuesday afternoon that it would gazette the new schedule of charges proposed by the Airport Authority on Friday and the same would be effective from September 1. The Airport Authority proposes to roughly restore aircraft landing and parking charges to the level before 2000, according to the notice. The fees were reduced by 15 per cent due to the then Asian financial crisis.

A Transport and Housing Bureau spokesman quoted in the notice said the fee hike is aimed at increasing the proportion of aeronautical revenue of the Airport Authority and to help fund the Third Runway.

The parking fees would rise immediately, while the landing fee would rise gradually over three years. The spokesman said none of the three trade organisations consulted – the International Air Transport Association, the Board of Airline Representatives Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre – raised any objections.
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Old June 19th, 2016, 07:57 AM   #4963
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Integration key to ambitious infrastructure plans for Pearl River Delta
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Hong Kong, Macau and their mainland neighbours have big plans for the future. Major infrastructure projects are under way and more are proposed. Shenzhen and Guangzhou have approved ambitious blueprints for development, their eyes on international and regional markets. There are overlapping interests and goals that could lead to a shortage of construction resources and white elephant schemes unless governments share information and coordinate efforts.

Airports are a case in point. There are five in the region able to take large commercial jets, in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau and Zhuhai. But growth and ambition is driving Shenzhen and Guangzhou to either expand existing facilities or build new ones in spite of strains on regional airspace and limits to the growth potential for passengers and cargo. Those plans, should they come to fruition, would heighten competition for Hong Kong International Airport, where work on a third runway is expected to begin in August.

Guangzhou's airport already has three runways and another two are planned. Expansion fits a blueprint approved by Beijing in January for the city to become an international trade centre and regional transport hub by 2020. But nearby Shenzhen also aims to be a nucleus in southern China for air, road and rail traffic. Apart from building a third runway at its airport and pushing for more international flights another three facilities were recently proposed, for commercial jets, seaplanes and helicopters. They would be part of the city's eastward expansion to deal with rising population, land shortages and increasing property prices.

New airports could affect Hong Kong's passenger and cargo projections for the third runway, to be completed in 2023. Military control of mainland airspace already limits regional flight movements. More planes in our skies will exacerbate those strains. Airports in Macau and Zhuhai are already underutilised.

In approving Guangzhou's blueprint, the State Council stressed that a holistic approach to building infrastructure was necessary and air, road, rail and port links should be integrated with the region's cities. Belt-and-road initiatives bringing South China together, and pan-Pearl River Delta cooperation measures, economic agreements between cities and deals like that signed in January between Hong Kong and Shenzhen airport managers to join hands with development strategies will help. But there is always a danger that competition will lead to hidden agendas and a lack of transparency. Cooperation and integrated plans are essential to ensure smooth growth and development.
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Old June 21st, 2016, 05:26 AM   #4964
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Old June 22nd, 2016, 03:47 PM   #4965
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HKIA Records Mild Passenger and Flight Movement Growth in May
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(HONG KONG, 19 June 2016) – Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded a mild growth in passenger and flight movement in May 2016. During the month, passenger traffic and flight movements increased by 1.4% to 5.8 million and 0.7% to 34,370 respectively, compared to the same month last year. Cargo traffic declined by 1% to 362,000 tonnes during the same period.

Rising passenger numbers in May were mainly driven by a 4% year-on-year growth in travel by Hong Kong residents. Traffic to / from Southeast Asia and Japan recorded the most significant increases.

On the air cargo front, transshipments grew by 6% in May. However overall cargo volume fell, primarily due to a 4% year-on-year drop in imports and 2% decrease in exports. Traffic to / from key trading regions in North America registered the most significant drop during the month.

Henry Ma, General Manager, Market and Connectivity Development of Airport Authority Hong Kong, said, “We are pleased that HKIA’s extensive flight network continues to grow. HK Express will introduce direct thrice-weekly passenger service to Takamatsu, Japan in July, offering more choices and greater convenience to travellers during the summer holidays.”

During the first five months of 2016, HKIA handled 29.4 million passengers and 170,960 flight movements, an increase of 5.0% and 2.5% respectively from the same period last year. Cargo traffic decreased by 2% to 1.7 million tonnes.
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Old June 23rd, 2016, 06:10 PM   #4966
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Old June 24th, 2016, 03:13 PM   #4967
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Massive facility keeps track
23 June 2016
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On the apron of Hong Kong International Airport a massive building rises as high as it can next to busy runways and spreads as much as it can in the territory of scarce land.

Rising eight stories with a floor area covering the equivalent of 30 rugby fields, the Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal can handle up to 2.6 million tonnes of freight a year.

Cathay Pacific spent more than $1 billion on the heavily-automated building, one of the biggest, and widely regarded as the most technically advanced air cargo facility in the world.

The cargo containers and pallets are housed in more than 7200 storage locations, moved around the building in a series of lifts. The containers can be located by a team of around a dozen operators in a control room by calling up the airway bill number.

They look for "hotspots" where cargo areas may become overloaded.

The terminal has about 700 Cathay staff and 1200 contractors who handle anything from race horses and pandas to gold, diamonds and Old Masters. In massive cool rooms, food can be chilled to -25C.
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Old June 24th, 2016, 04:18 PM   #4968
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I would think that the British exit vote from the EU will impact heaviiy on the important LHR - HK route, and onward connections and will be a further drag on growth in HK.
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Old June 26th, 2016, 07:14 AM   #4969
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Old June 29th, 2016, 03:02 PM   #4970
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Probe into near-crash plane incident over Big Buddha statue in Hong Kong
Authorities investigate incident in which pilot of Airbus arriving from Fujian aborted landing over Lantau Island
June 29, 2016

Hong Kong aviation authorities are investigating a near-crash incident over the Big Buddha statue on Lantau on Sunday involving an incoming Airbus A320 operated by Shenzhen Airlines.

The Aviation Herald, which specialises in civil aviation incidents, said the pilot of Flight ZH9041 from Jinjiang, Fujian province, decided for an unknown reason to abort landing and initiate a “go around”.

The pilot reportedly sought to land on the south runway at Hong Kong International Airport.

At the same time, a plane was ascending from the south runway. Hong Kong air traffic controllers instructed the departing aircraft to stop climbing immediately, the report said.

Flight ZH9041, in the meantime, passed over the Big Buddha statue at about 3,000 feet, before climbing to safety at 6,000 feet.

The report did not identify the departing flight.

A spokesman for the Civil Aviation Department confirmed the incident, which, according to its records, took place at 9.52am.

“Flight ZH9401 told the air control controllers of the need for a go-around when it was preparing to land on the north runway,” the spokesman said in a statement. “It had departed from the normal approach flight path.”

“Air traffic controllers gave instructions immediately and directed the plane back to the right path,” he continued. “During the whole process, there was no question of a loss of separation between the flight in question and any other plane. No other planes were affected either.”

A spokesman for the Airport Authority said the plane landed safely and there was no need for emergency measures to be taken.

The department spokesman said it was asking Shenzhen Airlines to submit a report and would look into the incident.
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Old June 30th, 2016, 01:19 PM   #4971
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Hong Kong International Airport Sets New Annual Records for
Passengers and Flight Movements in 2015/16

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(HONG KONG, 29 June 2016) – Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) today announced that Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) handled 69.7 million passengers and 410,000 flight movements in 2015/16, setting new annual records in both categories. The totals represent year-on-year increases of 7.8% and 3.6% respectively. Cargo throughput softened 1.4% to 4.3 million tonnes during the year. HKIA remained the world’s third busiest international passenger airport, while in the cargo front, HKIA continued to be the world’s busiest cargo airport for the sixth consecutive year.

Jack So Chak-kwong, Chairman of the AA, said, “We are delighted that HKIA had such a remarkable year. In addition to handling record numbers of passengers and flights, HKIA also won the prestigious 'Airport of the Year' award from Air Transport World for its total commitment to service excellence. These results would not be possible without the collective effort and dedication of our 73,000 airport staff, who work closely together every day to make HKIA the world’s leading airport.”

HKIA’s airline and destination network also expanded during the financial year. Airlines that began serving the airport for the first time included AirAsia Zest, Jetstar Pacific, Scandinavian Airlines, Malindo Air, Etihad Airways and Sky Lease Cargo. Myanmar National Airlines resumed service to Hong Kong. Düsseldorf of Germany and Gold Coast of Australia joined HKIA’s extensive destination network, while direct service to Boston in the United States resumed. As at the end of March 2016, HKIA had over 100 airlines serving over 190 destinations.

The number of passengers using HKIA’s land and sea cross-boundary transport during the year increased to 4.9 million. This included 2.81 million passengers who made trips between HKIA and SkyPier ferry destinations in Macao and the Pearl River Delta, 0.1% higher than last year. Lianhuashan in Guangzhou became the ninth ferry port added to the SkyPier network. HKIA also handled 2.1 million cross-boundary passengers by coaches and limousines, an increase of 1.2% over 2014/15.

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Old July 6th, 2016, 03:43 PM   #4973
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FedEx under pressure to follow carriers and ban shark fin cargo as activists picket Hong Kong depot
3 July 2016
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Activists are turning up the pressure on logistics giant FedEx to follow other carriers and ban the transportation of shark fin.

About 20 residents and members of WildAid and the Shark Foundation - some dressed up as sharks with hacked-off fins - staged a protest outside the company's Kennedy Town world service centre Sunday.

The centre was closed but the activists delivered the message by plastering the gates in gory images of the finning trade, grabbing the attention of many passers-by.

They held up placards at incoming traffic and pedestrians, and shouted slogans calling on FedEx to stop shipping fins.

WildAid campaigner Alex Hofford said such demonstrations were small but effective.

“It doesn't matter whether there's 20, 100 or 200 people, it's about making a point,” he said.

Hofford said he had written to FedEx twice, in addition to amassing more than 300,000 signatures in an online petition, but had not received a response.

Greens and conservationists scored a major victory earlier last year when UPS, a FedEx competitor, bowed to public pressure and announced a ban on shark fin shipments.

In May, local carrier HK Express became the first Hong Kong airline to ban shark fin cargo. A similar announcement was made by Cathay Pacific a month later.

More than 30 global airlines have imposed bans on the cargo - severely limiting the choice for traders in the business. Several shipping lines have also recently announced a move to go fin free.
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Old July 10th, 2016, 03:43 PM   #4974
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Old July 11th, 2016, 03:56 PM   #4975
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Orient Thai Airlines in consumer dispute: Customers want response and refunds for flight cancellations
Over 10,000 possibly affected, as the airline suspended flights on its Hong Kong to Bangkok route in March, promising refunds, but customers have not received any updates.
July 11, 2016
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More than 10,000 passengers could have been affected by the cancellation of flights between Hong Kong and Bangkok by Orient Thai Airlines, as consumers complain they could not reach the company for refunds promised.

The airline, which operates only one plane on this route, has suspended service since March due to “mechanical problems”. The Boeing 747 model can carry about 400 people per flight.

Travel Industry Council executive director Joseph Tung Yao-chung estimated that at least 10,000 passengers had been affected since the suspension, given the popularity of the route among budget travellers.

Tung also added that over 100 travel agencies had complained to the council about the cancellations since March.

The Thailand-based airline originally promised customers a refund in 45 days, but both travel agencies and individual travellers said they have neither received the money nor updates about the refund arrangement.
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'Big Buddha' plane pilot suspended
July 14, 2016

Shenzhen Airlines has suspended one of its pilots who flew near the Big Buddha statue on Lantau last month.

During a meeting with Hong Kong's Civil Aviation Department on Tuesday, the airline admitted that the pilot of flight ZH904 had misinterpreted instructions from Hong Kong's aviation control tower on June 26 when he flew over the statue at lower than the safety limit.

A department spokeswoman said yesterday the pilot decided to make another round of the island before landing after allegedly misinterpreting the air controllers' instruction, which was addressed to another flight.

She said both the department and the airline company had confirmed that there was never a risk of hitting other buildings, including the Big Buddha, or planes.

"Shenzhen Airlines, based on their usual procedure, suspended the pilot after the incident and have said they will share the experience with its staff," she said.

The airline company also promised to enhance staff training to ensure the safety of flights to and from Hong Kong.

Shenzhen Airlines did not respond to The Standard's inquiry.
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