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Old October 3rd, 2016, 10:53 PM   #5001
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Old October 4th, 2016, 03:43 PM   #5002
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Old October 5th, 2016, 03:15 PM   #5003
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Scoot Schedule Update | Cessation of flights
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With effect from 30 October 2016, Scoot will no longer operate services to/ from Hong Kong. This is to allow Scoot to better maximize its resources and expand its network to more destinations.

Scoot will operate its final SIN-HKG (TZ322) and HKG-SIN (TZ321) flights on 28 Oct 2016.

Guests booked to travel from 30 Oct 2016 onwards will be transferred to Scoot’s sister carrier, Tigerair and notified through email of the transfer and their options by 30 Sep 2016.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused and thank you in advance for your understanding.

The Scoot Team

[Updated: 23 Sep 2016, 16:00]
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Old October 11th, 2016, 09:51 AM   #5004
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Scoot Schedule Update | Cessation of flights
Press Release

With effect from 30 October 2016, Scoot will no longer operate services to/ from Hong Kong. This is to allow Scoot to better maximize its resources and expand its network to more destinations.

Scoot will operate its final SIN-HKG (TZ322) and HKG-SIN (TZ321) flights on 28 Oct 2016.

Guests booked to travel from 30 Oct 2016 onwards will be transferred to Scoot’s sister carrier, Tigerair and notified through email of the transfer and their options by 30 Sep 2016.

We apologise for the inconvenience caused and thank you in advance for your understanding.

The Scoot Team

[Updated: 23 Sep 2016, 16:00]
I wonder what are the reasons for such decision? Traffic drop or installation of the new control system at HKG, will reduce the number of flights during November 2016?
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Old October 13th, 2016, 03:41 PM   #5005
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I wonder what are the reasons for such decision? Traffic drop or installation of the new control system at HKG, will reduce the number of flights during November 2016?
SQ and its other related carrier, Tiger, continue to fly the route.
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Old October 13th, 2016, 03:42 PM   #5006
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Finnair increases frequencies to Tokyo and Hong Kong with the A350 for summer 2017

Finnair continues to grow its Asian traffic, and has today announced it will add capacity and frequencies to the Tokyo and Hong Kong routes with the A350 for the summer 2017 season.

Finnair will increase its current flight schedule between Helsinki and Tokyo with four additional weekly flights to Narita airport. Finnair currently operates daily to Narita with the A330. The additional flights, which will be flown with the new Airbus A350 aircraft, will be operated between June 5 and October 27. With these additions, Finnair and its partner Japan Airlines will offer 18 weekly connections from Helsinki to Tokyo’s Narita Airport. The additional Tokyo frequencies will be operated as a joint business operation with Japan Airlines, British Airways and Iberia. Finnair also flies non-stop to Osaka, Nagoya and Fukuoka during the summer 2017 season, with a total of 35 weekly flights to Japan.

Finnair will also add A350 frequencies to its Hong Kong route with three additional weekly flights between June 6 and October 28. Currently, Finnair flies to Hong Kong daily departing Helsinki and Hong Kong around midnight. With the new frequencies, Finnair will operate 10 weekly flights and offer customers the added option of an afternoon flight from Helsinki and a morning flight from Hong Kong. Finnair’s flights to Hong Kong are fully operated with the A350.
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Old October 17th, 2016, 05:15 PM   #5007
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HKIA Sees Robust Growth in Air Cargo Throughput in September
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(HONG KONG, 16 October 2016) – Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded continuous growth in all three air traffic figures in September 2016. During the month, cargo throughput recorded robust growth of 7.2% to 394,000 tonnes when compared to the same period in 2015. Passenger volume rose by 3.5% to 5.5 million, while flight movements increased by 2.3% to 33,865 year on year.

The increase in passenger traffic in September was driven mainly by 7% year-on-year's growth in Hong Kong resident travel. Passenger traffic to / from Southeast Asia and Japan recorded the most significant increases.

Transshipments, which experienced a 15% increase compared to the same month last year, continued to be the main driver of growth in cargo throughput. Traffic to / from key trading regions in North America and Southeast Asia increased most significantly in September.

Cissy Chan, Executive Director, Commercial of Airport Authority Hong Kong said, “We are delighted to announce that HKIA has received Payload Asia’s “Asia Pacific Airport of the Year – Industry Choice Award”, marking the third consecutive year for the airport to receive this international award from the respected air cargo industry publication. HKIA has been the world’s busiest cargo airport for the past six years. We have come a long way, and I must sincerely thank the airlines, cargo terminal operators, shippers, logistics operators, our business partners and the general flying public for their unwavering support for HKIA. We will continue to offer the utmost in efficiency and reliability to our customers, and strive to maintain the airport’s status as a leading international and regional aviation hub.”

In addition, HKIA was inducted into the Travel Hall of Fame again at the TTG Travel Awards this year. HKIA has held this honour since 2013, after being voted as the “Best Airport” for 10 consecutive times by the Asia-Pacific travel trade.

During the first nine months of 2016, HKIA handled 53.2 million passengers and 308,645 flight movements, an increase of 4.1% and 2.3% respectively from the same period last year. Cargo traffic increased by 1.2% to 3.2 million tonnes.

On a rolling 12-month basis, HKIA handled 70.6 million passengers, 412,860 flight movements and 4.4 million tonnes of cargo, marking year-on-year increases of 4.9%, 2.5% and 0.9% respectively.
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Old October 18th, 2016, 09:23 PM   #5008
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IT IS VERY EXPENSIVE TO BUILD THE THIRD RUNWAY IN HK AIRPORT. BUILDING COST OF THE GUANGZHOU BAIYUN AIRPORT T2 AND THE THIRD RUNWAY IS ABOUT HK$20.7 BILLIONS.
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Old October 19th, 2016, 08:18 AM   #5009
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That is because they are not reclaiming land from the sea.
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Old October 19th, 2016, 01:58 PM   #5010
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That is because they are not reclaiming land from the sea.
THIS IS A MISTAKE TO CHOSE SUCH KIND OF LOCATION TO BUILD A AIRPORT WHICH COST TOO MUCH FOR EXPANSION.
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Old October 19th, 2016, 03:39 PM   #5011
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That is the only location to build the airport. You won't build it on the flat land in the middle of the city. That's why it moved out there.
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Old October 20th, 2016, 10:22 AM   #5012
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THIS IS A MISTAKE TO CHOSE SUCH KIND OF LOCATION TO BUILD A AIRPORT WHICH COST TOO MUCH FOR EXPANSION.
You obviously have little topographical knowledge of Hong Kong. It is the world's most vertical city, in terms of high rise skyscapers, because there is no flat land to build upon. Reclaimed land from the sea is the only, albeit expensive, option for building an airport.

Shek Kong Airfield in the New Territories is not able to be expanded from a single runway and has limitations for take offs and landings due to the surrounding mountains. Thus it is only good for light aircraft general aviation and military helicopter use.

Lopping the top of the surrounding mountain ridges would not be feasible either. In engineering terms, it would be just as costly to construct as reclaimation and would only allow for a single or (maybe) a dual runway.
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Old October 21st, 2016, 04:48 AM   #5013
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Old October 23rd, 2016, 03:25 PM   #5014
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THIS IS A MISTAKE TO CHOSE SUCH KIND OF LOCATION TO BUILD A AIRPORT WHICH COST TOO MUCH FOR EXPANSION.
Last time I checked HKG didn't have a great deal of flat land to build on...
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Old October 25th, 2016, 06:19 PM   #5015
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Increased flights between UK and China may pile pressure on Hong Kong airlines
Fewer passengers will need to travel via Hong Kong after a deal this week raised the weekly cap on China-UK flights, say analysts
October 13, 2016

A new deal which could see direct flights between Britain and the Chinese mainland more than double may heap further pressure on Hong Kong’s airlines, according to market watchers.

The two governments agreed on Tuesday to raise their current weekly cap on the number of passenger flights between the two countries from 80 to 200. The deal comes as Britain seeks to boost international tourism and trade links ahead of formal Brexit negotiations which are set to begin in March.

“It is highly possible there will be fewer Chinese mainland and UK passengers taking a connecting flight in Hong Kong when more than double the number of direct airline services are offered,” said Ivan Li Sing-yeung, the head of research at Sinopac Securities. “The expected reduction in passengers will have a negative impact on Hong Kong’s flagship carrier Cathay Pacific Airways, but not that seriously I suppose.”

Zhang Jing, an analyst from Phillip Capital, echoed Li’s views. She said: “Some negative effect will come to Hong Kong carriers with the new deal taking off.

“With more direct flights between the UK and China being provided, it is unnecessary for some passengers to transfer in Hong Kong.”

Cathay Pacific announced on Wednesday evening that it has lowered its second-half profit forecast in the wake of increased overcapacity and competition since an interim report in August. The announcement made no mention of the new Sino-British deal.

It is unclear how many new flights between China and the UK the deal will lead to. At present, Chinese airlines operate 38 flights a week between the two countries, while UK airlines operate 29. This week’s agreement raises the maximum from 40 to 100 for each nation’s carriers.

More : http://www.scmp.com/business/compani...-pressure-hong
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Old October 30th, 2016, 04:25 PM   #5017
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Hong Kong airport to cut cap on night flights from coming summer
Those living under flight path will be pleased, but the reduction from 37 to 32 flights an hour could have a knock-on effect on the city’s competitiveness
October 30, 2016

From next summer, the maximum number of overnight flights arriving in and departing from Hong Kong International Airport will be reduced and crimp travel to several destinations, the Post has learned.

The move to cut back the number of planes taking off and landing could affect travel to and from popular Asian cities like Bangkok, Tokyo and Singapore and hamper cargo-only flights which could harm Hong Kong’s competitiveness.

But the cap on aircraft flying at night could be a relief for Hongkongers living near the airport and under flight paths – the biggest source of complaints being aircraft noise when people are trying to sleep and for whom opposition to the expansion of the airport and construction of a third runway is fierce.

Under measures introduced by the aviation regulator, the maximum number of aircraft taking off and landing between 2am and 6.59am – a period when just one runway is open – will be limited to 32 flights per hour, down from 37.

The number of flights will be restricted to 160 during that period – a reduction of 13 per cent.

Roy Tam Hoi-pong, a district councillor for the island of Ma Wan, which is situated right under flight paths, said: “Of course, I welcome any reduction of flights. Any measure that can reduce aircraft flight noise is a good thing.”

The Civil Aviation Department said the reduction was being enforced after taking advice from external consultants who recommended in 2008 that 37 planes taking off and landing was too intense, a figure that has stood since the airport opened in 1998.

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Hong Kong’s Lantau to Tuen Mun link to be delayed
Highways Department blames ‘high technical requirements’ for the HK$45 billion project’s delay
October 31, 2016

A nine-kilometre dual carriageway linking Lantau and Tuen Mun in the northwest New Territories will fail to meet its completion deadline, the Highways Department revealed yesterday without indicating how long the project would be pushed back.

In a statement released last night, the Highways Department cited a “complex construction environment” and “high technical requirements” as reasons for the HK$45 billion project’s delay.

The southern section of the Tuen Mun – Chek Lap Kok Link, a 1.6-kilometre bridge linking north Lantau coast and an artificial island to the east of the airport, was scheduled to open alongside the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge at the end of 2017.

The viaduct would allow traffic to Zhuhai and Macau to join the North Lantau Highway without the need to pass through the airport island. Authorities stressed the delay would not impact the commissioning date of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge

The statement explained the contractor was under a “tight construction programme” to cast 2,600 pieces of deck segments for the structure. Extra precaution was also needed as construction was performed over a sea navigation channel, two railway lines and a road highway.

Meanwhile, the northern section involves a five-kilometre sub-sea tunnel which, when complete, would be the longest of its kind in Hong Kong.

But high water pressure and harder than normal rocks below the seabed added to the difficulties and only workers with specialised training are able to undertake the project, according to the Highways Department.

Due for completion by late 2018, the project would provide a second road link to Hong Kong International Airport, which is currently accessible only via the Lantau Link.
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HKIA Announces New Five-year Target for Carbon Reduction
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(HONG KONG, 3 November 2016) – Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) and its airport business partners today celebrated Hong Kong International Airport’s (HKIA) achievement in reducing carbon intensity by 25.6% per workload unit by 2015, as compared with the 2008 level. This achievement surpassed the original target of reducing carbon intensity by 25%, set in 2010. The AA and its business partners have also announced a new 10% reduction target as compared with 2015 level for the five-year period from 2016 to 2020.

A pledging ceremony was held at HKIA, officiated by Professor Anthony Cheung Bing-leung, Secretary for Transport and Housing; Wong Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment; and Fred Lam, Chief Executive Officer of the AA.

Mr Lam said, “Today, we are pleased to announce that the AA and the airport community have pledged to reduce carbon intensity at HKIA by 10% from the 2015 baseline by 2020. We will encourage and provide full support to our business partners in pushing forward low-carbon operations via exchanging experience with their management, establishing technical working groups, organising award schemes, and more. Today’s pledge has demonstrated once again that the entire airport community is determined to protect the environment, while operating and developing a world-class airport at the same time.”

Professor Cheung said, “I would like to express my appreciation to the AA and all its business partners for their dedication and joint efforts in working towards a green airport over the past five years. I hope the AA will continue to enlist support from more business partners and further reduce greenhouse gas emissions. I would like to call upon all players in the aviation industry to share their experience in carbon reduction, and continue to work hand-in-hand with the AA to support and realise the new carbon reduction goal, so that HKIA will maintain its pioneering position as the world’s most environmental-friendly and greenest airport.”

Mr Wong said, “It is everyone’s responsibility for tackling climate change. I am pleased to see that the AA has received multiple awards and recognitions for its achievements in environmental protection and sustainable development, and its successful completion of the carbon reduction pledge from 2010 to 2015. I sincerely hope that the AA would facilitate more aggressive low-carbon initiatives and enlist support from more business partners. I look forward that the airport community can reach or even surpass the new goal and create a low-carbon and sustainable society together."

Since 2010, the airport community has completed more than 400 carbon reduction initiatives to achieve its carbon intensity reduction goal. These include installing over 100,000 LED lights at HKIA and improving cooling systems, as well as introducing electric vehicles and charging facilities. An online carbon audit system has also been developed for the AA and its participating business partners to monitor and report on progress. In 2013, HKIA received the Airport Carbon Accreditation "Optimisation" certificate from the Airports Council International in recognition of its carbon emissions management and reduction efforts.

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