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Old December 20th, 2016, 04:57 AM   #5041
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Nice new convenience for ferry travel between HKIA and Shenzhen.

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THE Cathay Pacific Group and China Merchants Shekou Holdings jointly announced that one-ticket service is now available for passengers flying with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon flights during a media conference held at the Shenzhen Prince Bay Cruise Homeport in Shekou yesterday.

Along with the announcement of the package service, the airline inked other strategic deals with the Shekou cruise homeport including setting up check-in counters for the airline at the homeport. The airline will send its ground personnel to the homeport for check-in and luggage services.

The two companies also gave voice to further cooperation in providing customized service for frequent flyers based on their Big Data systems.

The one-ticket service includes a flight ticket and a return ticket for ferries commuting between Hong Kong International Airport and the Shekou Cruise Homeport, saving travel time for passengers who live in Shenzhen and are departing from the Hong Kong airport to other offshore destinations.

With the package service, passengers can book both the flight ticket and the ferry ticket at the same time.

Passengers flying with Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon only need to go through the check-in procedure once at the counters newly set up in Shekou as of yesterday. It takes 30 minutes to travel from the homeport to the boarding areas at the Hong Kong airport.

The Shenzhen Prince Bay Cruise Homeport opened Oct. 31, taking the place of the old Shekou Ferry Terminal that was closed on the same day. A large number of residents living around the Pearl River Delta choose to fly from Hong Kong to other destinations around the world.
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Old December 23rd, 2016, 05:19 AM   #5042
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Old December 25th, 2016, 12:17 AM   #5043
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Hong Kong activists fail in legal bid to challenge decision on third airport runway construction
Judge rejects their accusations that environmental watchdog did not take into consideration airspace issues, habitat destruction
December 22, 2016
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The High Court has declined a bid by a Lantau resident and a conservationist to challenge the decision allowing the construction of a third airport runway, rejecting accusations that the environmental watchdog had ignored airspace issues and habitat destruction.

Mr Justice Anderson Chow Ka-ming stated in a judgment on Thursday that the grounds of the applicants’ judicial review were not well-founded or valid.

The Airport Authority, a party to the case, said it welcomed the ruling and would reduce the environmental impact of the project.

In March 2012, the government decided to proceed with plans to expand the Hong Kong International Airport by building a third runway. The director of environmental protection in November 2014 approved an environmental impact assessment report and granted a permit for the controversial project, which is expected to cost HK$141.5 billion.

But Lantau resident Ho Loy and conservationist Yu Hin-pik applied for a judicial review over the department’s decision, questioning whether it had taken into account the runway’s full impact.

In his judgment, Chow wrote that, when deciding on an environmental permit, it was not for the environmental watchdog to vet the wisdom of the authority’s proposal to expand the airport.

“[Its] function is to consider the assessment and acceptability of the environmental impact which may be caused by the project,” the judge stated.

Ho also questioned the assessment of noise and air impact due to the use of airspace in the Pearl River Delta area in relation to the projected air traffic movements in or out of Hong Kong.

But the judge said it was clear the airspace issue was not relevant to the project’s noise impact assessment or the protection of the environment – which were the watchdog’s areas of concern when deciding on the permit.

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Old January 4th, 2017, 03:02 AM   #5044
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Old January 4th, 2017, 02:59 PM   #5045
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Record 1,100 flights daily at Hong Kong airport over holidays shows new system works, officials claim
Civil Aviation Department reports increases in take-offs, landings and overflights compared with previous Christmas and New Year’s period
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January 4, 2017

The daily average number of flights taking off, flying over and landing at Hong Kong International Airport during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays both increased compared with the previous year, aviation authorities said.

The Civil Aviation Department said the total number of flights handled by the new system set a record for the period, claiming the new yet glitch-prone air traffic control system was capable of handling peak air traffic.

It also expected a smooth performance during the coming Lunar New Year holiday.

Between December 23 and January 2, there was a daily average of 1,142 flights taking off and landing at the airport – about 1 per cent higher than the same period in 2015-16.

A daily average of 838 flights flew over the airport, a 13 per cent uptick from the same period in 2015-16.

“The new [system] has been fully commissioned for more than a month and has experienced different weather conditions and modes of operation,” a department spokesman said. “The air traffic movements have been generally smooth during the first peak traffic flow ... the [system] has effectively managed the peak traffic.”
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Old January 5th, 2017, 05:54 PM   #5046
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Annual Passenger Throughput at HKIA Hits 70 Million Mark
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(HONG KONG, 29 December 2016) – Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) today welcomed its 70 millionth passenger of the year, the first time HKIA’s annual passenger throughput surpassed this remarkable milestone.

Jack So Chak-kwong, Chairman of Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA), greeted the 70 millionth passenger at the arrival gate. The passenger, who is a Taiwanese traveller named Lin Yi-ju, arrived at HKIA from Bangkok this morning. She was presented with HK$30,000 cash coupons from the AA, and two round-trip business-class air tickets for an Asian destination sponsored by Cathay Pacific.

Mr So said, “HKIA’s annual passenger throughput surpassed 60 million for the first time in 2014, and only two years later, today we reached the 70 million mark. The AA is delighted to witness this strong growth momentum. We expect that all three traffic categories – passengers, cargo and flight movements – will set new annual records in 2016. I am particularly grateful to the over 73,000 staff of the airport community, whose concerted efforts have helped maintain efficient operations to receive an ever rising amount of passengers whilst providing a pleasant travel experience for our guests.”
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Old January 12th, 2017, 04:40 AM   #5047
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Etihad flight lands safely after seeking emergency landing in Hong Kong
The airline says without elaborating that plane had to return due to a technical issue; it circled south of the city for four hours
11 January 2017
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An Etihad Airways flight has landed safely after circling near Hong Kong for four hours and requesting an emergency landing.

Flight EY833 left Hong Kong at 6.47pm on its way to Abu Dhabi when it asked for emergency landing services to be placed on standby.

The Airport Authority said the plane was circling outside Hong Kong at an altitude of between 4,000 feet and 11,000 feet for more than four hours as it prepared to land in Hong Kong.

“We received a call at 8pm and EY833 from Hong Kong to Abu Dhabi requested a return to Hong Kong and request for local standby,” it said.

Etihad later put out a statement saying that flight EY833 returned to Hong Kong International Airport due to a technical issue. It did not elaborate on the problem.
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Old January 16th, 2017, 02:05 PM   #5049
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Old January 16th, 2017, 04:46 PM   #5050
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HKIA Achieves Record Breaking Performance in 2016
All Three Traffic Categories Soar to New Annual Heights

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(HONG KONG, 15 January 2017) – Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded continuous traffic growth in 2016, with all three traffic categories reaching new annual heights. During the year, HKIA handled 70.5 million passengers and 411,530 flight movements, representing yearly rises of 2.9% and 1.4%, respectively. Cargo throughput also increased by 3.2% year on year to 4.52 million tonnes.

Fred Lam, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong, said, “We are delighted to see another record breaking year of growth, and we must thank our more than 73,000 colleagues of the airport community for their concerted efforts in achieving this remarkable accomplishment, which will further strengthen HKIA’s leading position as an international and regional aviation hub.”

"During the past year, HKIA also achieved new daily records in flight movements and cargo volume, reaching 1,270 flight movements and handling over 16,700 tonnes of cargo. In addition, we welcomed five new airlines, namely Austrian Airlines, Bismillah Airlines, Malindo Air, T’way Air and VietJet Air during the year. We also expanded our air network – adding eight new destinations, including Madrid, Saipan, London Gatwick, Nha Trang, Chiang Rai, Ishigaki, Takamatsu and Yonago," said Mr Lam.

In the month of December 2016, all three traffic categories also experienced steady growth, with flight movements reaching a new monthly record of 35,650 – registering 0.7% year-on-year increase. The passenger volume handled during the month rose 2.8% yearly to reach 6.16 million, while cargo throughput climbed 11.3% over the same period in the previous year to 435,000 tonnes. During the month, HKIA welcomed two new airlines – VietJet Air has commenced scheduled passenger flight services between Hong Kong and Ho Chi Minh City from 9 December, while T’way Air began offering direct flights to Daegu in South Korea three times weekly from 13 December.

Hong Kong resident travel, which saw robust 11% year-on-year growth over the same month in 2015, was the main driver behind the growth in passenger traffic. Passenger traffic to / from Japan and Europe recorded the most significant increases.
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Old January 19th, 2017, 05:58 PM   #5051
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The land reclaimation next to the airport is for which project?
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i only have two words for this airport: GOR-GEOUS!!! Hope i cann visit this airport someday!
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New air traffic system soars above bugs to handle record number of flights
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February 1, 2017

Hong Kong’s controversial new air traffic management system (ATMS) appeared during the Lunar New Year travel period to have surmounted its teething pains, with air traffic controllers handling more flights than ever before.

The city’s aviation chief hailed the reliability of the new ATMS, which managed an average of 2,055 daily flight and overflight movements – up 3 per cent from the same period last year, when the old system was used.

During the holiday period, the HK$1.56 billion system clocked 11 consecutive days of handling more than 2,000 flight movements. The new system is capable of handling up to 8,000 flight movements a day – five times more than its predecessor.

The figures are significant as Hong Kong International Airport prepares for more flights ahead of the third runway expansion. The two existing runways are operating at close to full capacity.

Several notable problems had dogged the Raytheon Auto Trac III system since its introduction in November, resulting in delays and flight disruptions. An expert panel was formed to ensure smooth operation of the system and to assuage doubts about the Civil Aviation Department’s capability of handling the new flight technology.
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Hong Kong civil aviation regulator admits six air safety incidents following cover-up claim
Troubled traffic control system in spotlight again as Civil Aviation Department plays down seriousness of incidents
February 8, 2017
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The Civil Aviation Department (CAD) has been accused of a safety *cover-up concerning its controversial air traffic management system (ATMS).

In a late-night statement on Wednesday, the aviation regulator confirmed that the much-criticised system was involved in six separate safety incidents last month which were not previously disclosed to the public, following a report by news agency FactWire.

Civic Party lawmaker Jeremy Tam Man-ho, who is also a pilot, hit out at the department for not being honest with the public. Tam previously helped *whistle-blowers reveal a number of problems stemming from the HK$1.56 billion system.

The incidents, known as “loss of separation” – a minimum distance for aircraft to reduce the risk of mid-air collisions – were *reported to have occurred between January 13 and 30. The department classified them as “minor incidents” and “minor technical incidents”.

The days spanned the Lunar New Year holiday, one of the busiest travel periods.

Earlier, the department had praised the reliability of the *system over the holiday, during which record flight activity was *recorded and air traffic services were maintained in a “safe and efficient manner”.

Since the commissioning of the ATMS in November, it has *developed a series of glitches *including aircraft disappearing from radar, aircraft that did not exist appearing on radar, and the duplication of flight symbols on screens confusing controllers.

Further serious problems have overwhelmed the radar system and caused departing flights to be delayed.

A CAD spokeswoman said following an investigation there was “no evidence” to suggest that the six incidents were related to the new air traffic management system. She said other factors to consider included inclement weather and human factors.
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System that helps organise landings at Hong Kong Airport fails for 20 minutes
The tool had been incorporated into controversial new air traffic control system late last year
February 13, 2017
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The system that sequences flights for arrival at Hong Kong’s airport stopped displaying some of the incoming flights for 20 minutes on Sunday afternoon, in what aviation bosses called a “temporary hiccup”.

At about 12.15pm, the arrival manager system, or AMAN, which automatically gives the arrival sequence of flights to help controllers arrange the landing order, only showed some of the inbound flights, the Civil Aviation Department said.

The department said its controllers had had to revert to default spacing between landings, and it went “without a hitch”.

During the outage, controllers could monitor aircraft on radar screens.

They switched the AMAN to its backup system at 12.35pm and it resumed normally.

The department said safety had not been undermined, and flight movements at the airport were “generally normal.”

The department and the AMAN’s contractor were examining what caused the problems.

An expert panel on the newly installed air traffic control system will also be invited to review its performance.
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Feb. 15, 2017

Questions have been raised on the impartiality of a British consultancy firm hired to confirm the readiness of the troubled new air traffic control system after findings that it had been a close partner of the Civil Aviation Department for about eight years.

CAD hired British firm National Air Traffic Services in November 2015 through a HK$1.36 million single tender as it "offered more flexibility in commercial interests," local news agency FactWire reported, citing government documents.

NATS was selected over the nonprofit International Civil Aviation Organization because the latter lacked flexibility in contract negotiations, FactWire said, citing unidentified sources. NATS could also better "fulfill the plans of launching the new air traffic system in mid-2016," CAD reportedly told the procurement department.

Under the Stores and Procurement Regulations, contracts below HK$1.43 million do not require an open tender.

Internal government documents obtained by FactWire, however, showed CAD and NATS discussed forming a "strategic partnership" as early as 2009. For instance, NATS proposed providing training services to CAD staff for about HK$130,000 and increasing runway capacity of Hong Kong International Airport.

The hiring of NATS was merely "a public relations show," a source told FactWire, and feedback provided by NATS to CAD last year on the transition from the old air traffic control system to the new one in phases was already known by CAD in 2011, when then Director-General of Civil Aviation Norman Lo Shung-man visited NATS' headquarters in Britain.

NATS told The Standard there was "nothing unusual" in its contract with the CAD as it "has won follow-on contracts in many occasions." A spokeswoman said the firm has "played no part" in the tendering specifications and stressed that the contract was with the Transport and Housing Bureau, not with CAD. NATS did an assessment for CAD on the readiness of the HK$1.5 billion US-made Raytheon AutoTrac III system last March, concluding it was "safe, stable and reliable."
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