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Old April 9th, 2005, 11:24 PM   #901
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Lighters banned on US bound flights and US airlines
Saturday, April 9, 2005
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With effect from Thursday (April 14), as an enhanced measure to improve aviation security in the United States, lighters will be added by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) (as the appropriate authority for aviation security in the US) to the list of prohibited items on flights to, from or within the US. All US-bound flights and US airlines will need to comply with the TSA requirement.

As far as Hong Kong is concerned, we are currently adopting the list of prohibited items published by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and each passenger is allowed to carry one lighter on his or her person. Hong Kong has no intention of deviating from the ICAO list of prohibited items.

The Civil Aviation Department will monitor and ensure that necessary arrangements will be made by parties concerned at the Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) to comply with the new TSA requirement for US-bound flights and US airlines. While the Airport Authority Hong Kong and airlines concerned will publish advisories on their own websites, passengers affected will also be reminded of the ban when making reservations, checking in, entering the Departure Immigration Hall and at boarding gates at HKIA.
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Old April 10th, 2005, 06:42 PM   #902
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Old April 10th, 2005, 10:18 PM   #903
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No change to in-flight rules on lighters, needles
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10 April 2005
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Hong Kong aviation authorities plan neither to ban cigarette lighters on flights, nor allow objects such as knitting needles aboard, despite security regulations being adjusted elsewhere.

The United States' Aviation Security Authority recently barred lighters on flights to, from or within the country. The measure comes into effect on Thursday. All US-bound flights, including those out of Hong Kong, and US airlines will need to comply with the new requirements.

But the Civil Aviation Department said it would not adopt the measure.

Hong Kong currently goes by the list of prohibited items published by the International Civil Aviation Organisation, and each passenger is allowed to carry one lighter aboard a plane.

New Zealand is considering relaxing in-flight security after Britain's Transport Department announced that passengers would be permitted to carry a limited number of sharp objects, such as small scissors and knitting needles, onto British airline flights.

Hong Kong had no intention of following that move either, said a Civil Aviation Department spokesman. The department consults airlines regularly on in-flight security, but so far it has found no amendments necessary.
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Old April 11th, 2005, 07:01 PM   #904
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Monday April 11, 7:26 PM
Hong Kong, Bahrain agree to expand cargo, passenger flights in new aviation pact

AP - Hong Kong and Bahrain have agreed to expand cargo and passenger flights as well as code-share arrangements that allow airlines to sell seats on one another's flights, the government said Monday.

The two sides also agreed to expand fifth freedom rights, which allow airlines to carry passengers to one country and then fly on to another country, rather than have to return to the country of origin.

"I'm glad that what we have signed today will lead to a very liberal air services regime between Hong Kong and Bahrain. I'm sure that it will lead to closer ties between Hong Kong and Bahrain," said Hong Kong's Secretary for Economic Development and Labor Bureau Stephen Ip.

Hong Kong's largest carrier Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. and Gulf Air are currently operating 11 weekly passenger services between Hong Kong and Bahrain.
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Old April 12th, 2005, 03:20 AM   #905
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Old April 12th, 2005, 07:07 PM   #906
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HKSAR signs liberal air services deal with Bahrain
Monday, April 11, 2005
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The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Bahrain today (April 11) concluded a set of very liberal air traffic rights, providing for unlimited passenger and cargo capacity on services between Hong Kong and Bahrain, significantly expanded fifth freedom rights as well as code-share arrangements.

The Memorandum of Understanding providing for new traffic arrangements was signed at a meeting between the Minister of Transportation of Bahrain, His Excellency Mr Shaik Ali Bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, and the Secretary for Economic Development and Labour, Mr Stephen Ip.

"I am glad that what we have signed today will lead to a very liberal air services regime between Hong Kong and Bahrain. I am sure this will lead to closer ties between Hong Kong and Bahrain," Mr Ip said at the signing ceremony.

"This is another step forward in the implementation of our policy of progressive liberalisation of air services. I encourage airlines of Hong Kong and Bahrain to take advantage of the very liberal air services regime to increase services between the two places. I am sure that, through the efforts of the Government and the airlines, Hong Kong¡¦s aviation network will continue to expand, thus further strengthening our position as an international aviation hub," Mr Ip said.

At present, Cathay Pacific Airways and Gulf Air are operating 11 weekly passenger services between Hong Kong and Bahrain.
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Customs officers escort one of two Malaysian tourists arrested at Chek Lap Kok
9 April 2005
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Customs officers escort one of two Malaysian tourists arrested at Chek Lap Kok on suspicion of drug trafficking. Officers found 4kg of the party drug ketamine, worth $1.4 million, concealed in bags of coffee. The seizure was the fourth of its kind since February. Customs are working with counterparts in Asia and America to track down the ringleaders of a drug syndicate smuggling ketamine from India.
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Old April 13th, 2005, 07:39 AM   #910
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HK PRESS : HK Airport Authority Seeks Chinese Airport Stake
11 April 2005

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Airport Authority Hong Kong, which operates the Hong Kong International Airport, will spend about CNY1 billion to CNY2 billion for a stake in Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou, China, the Standard reports.

Citing an unnamed source at Xiaoshan airport, the report said the authority is seeking a 30% to 49% stake in China's 10th busiest airport by passenger volume.

The Chinese government restricts foreign ownership of its airports to under 50%.

The two partners are expected to sign an agreement to confirm the deal next Friday, the report said.

If successful, the deal will be the Airport Authority's first major investment outside of Hong Kong, the report added.
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Old April 18th, 2005, 01:49 PM   #911
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At present, Cathay Pacific Airways and Gulf Air are operating 11 weekly passenger services between Hong Kong and Bahrain.
That's actually incorrect. Both airlines now operate a total of 16 weekly (passenger) flights, with most (if not all) of Cathay's services continuing to/arriving from Dubai and Riyadh, while Gulf Air operates daily Bahrain-Bangkok-Hong Kong return services.

In addition, I wish the press releases would specify which third countries are eligible for fifth-freedom services on both sides. Then we could have fun speculating on future routes for Cathay.
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Old April 20th, 2005, 01:06 AM   #912
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Cathay Pacific adds new flights to Frankfurt, Denpasar
18 April 2005

HONG KONG, April 18 (Xinhua) -- Cathay Pacific Airways on Monday announced it will add more services to Frankfurt and Denpasar to further bolster its enhanced summer schedule.

Three new weekly services to Frankfurt will depart Hong Kong every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive in Germany the following morning. The return flights will depart every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and arrive in Hong Kong at lunch time the following day. It will be served with a two-class Airbus 340-300.

Four additional weekly flights to Denpasar will depart Hong Kong on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday and return early morning on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The return flights will connect seamlessly with afternoon departures from Hong Kong to Canada, the United States, South Korea and Japan. The existing daily Denpasar flights connect with onward flights to Europe.

With its new services Cathay Pacific will operate 10 times a week to Frankfurt and 11 times a week to Denpasar.

Earlier, Cathay Pacific announced seven new weekly flights to Beijing, a third daily non-stop service to Los Angeles and additional services to Amsterdam, Ho Chi Minh City, Johannesburg, Nagoya and Perth in its enhanced summer schedule.

Cathay Pacific Director of Corporate Development Augustus Tang said, "Our increased frequency of flights to Frankfurt and Denpasar will offer greater choice to passengers and further strengthen connections across the Hong Kong hub. Together with our other new services launched this summer they will strengthen Hong Kong's position as a global hub and gateway to the Chinese Mainland."
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Old April 20th, 2005, 01:09 PM   #913
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U.S. official urges Hong Kong to open skies
By CHUCK CHIANG, Associated Press Writer
Last Updated 8:17 am PDT Tuesday, April 19, 2005

HONG KONG (AP) - The U.S. transportation secretary warned Hong Kong on Tuesday that it will lose its status as a global aviation hub if it doesn't sign an agreement with Washington to open its skies further.

Norman Mineta urged Hong Kong to allow an unlimited number of U.S. airlines to operate in the territory. Airlines should also have the freedom to set ticket prices and establish hubs in Hong Kong, he said.

"In today's global aviation market, airports that seek to function as hubs - as Hong Kong has for so many years - will only retain their status if they offer carriers the maximum flexibility and freedom possible," Mineta told a meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

There are about 200 cargo and passenger flights between Hong Kong and the U.S. each week.

Mineta said many airlines might bypass Hong Kong because they are using planes that can fly longer distances or are landing at competing airports, such as in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou.

"These bypassed cities will see fewer travelers passing through their airports, less cargo being handled and fewer passengers arriving to do business and spend money," he said. "Hong Kong has everything to lose."

But some in the local industry questioned the need to open Hong Kong further to foreign carriers.

"There is a great deal of choice already. I don't see what advantage there is to the Hong Kong public," said Martin Craigs, president of Aerospace Forum Asia. "How many airlines do you need to fly to Tokyo and to Bangkok?"

The U.S. Transportation Department says America has 67 Open Skies agreements, which allow an unlimited number of airlines to operate. They include Taiwan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

Hong Kong and U.S. officials are to discuss the possibility of signing an Open Skies agreement in Washington on April 25.
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Old April 20th, 2005, 10:58 PM   #914
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what an unfair act, US wants unlimited access to hk air space, and what about the other way around??

HK got everything to lose?? i dont think so. Who the hecks want to land in Guangzhou (for passengers) and transfer back to hk for flights? It is the airline that will follow the demand. NOT the demand follow the ailrine plane schedule.
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Old April 24th, 2005, 12:55 PM   #915
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It's unlikely the two airports will compete with each other for long-haul traffic. Cargo is much different through, because factories in the detal can equally send items to either Guangzhou or Hong Kong.
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Old April 25th, 2005, 01:12 PM   #916
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Business Times - 25 Apr 2005

Cathay settles 4-yr dispute with pilots

(HONG KONG) Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, Asia's second-largest airline by market value, said its pilots' union accepted a settlement to end a dispute that began in 2001 when 51 of its members were fired.

'We are happy to put the issue behind us,' Cathay Pacific spokeswoman Carolyn Leung said yesterday. She said the settlement offers to rehire 49 of the pilots for cargo flights. They would be treated as new hires. An unspecified payment will be paid to the union for every pilot who does not seek re-employment by May 16, she added.

Cathay Pacific, which employs more than 15,000 people, fired the pilots after a dispute with the union over pay and scheduling.

The Hong Kong Aircrew Officers Association had recommended members accept Cathay Pacific's latest settlement offer after failing to get the two-thirds majority last February to seal a deal with the carrier.

The South China Morning Post reported yesterday that the dispute was one of the longest-running in aviation industry. It said the payout to the union for pilots who do not seek re-employment will be equivalent to 10 months' pay. Ms Leung declined to confirm that figure.

Union members have been paying up to HK$25,000 (S$5,283) a month into a fund to aid the jobless pilots, pushing union dues up to 5 per cent of salaries and leading to a sharp drop in union membership. - Bloomberg

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Old April 25th, 2005, 03:36 PM   #917
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18 April 2005
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Cathay Pacific adds new flights to Frankfurt, Denpasar

Cathay Pacific Airways today announced it will add more services to Frankfurt and Denpasar, Bali, to further bolster its enhanced summer schedule. The new flights will complement existing daily services to both destinations.

Three new weekly services to Frankfurt will depart Hong Kong every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday arriving in Germany the following morning. The return flights will depart every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, arriving in Hong Kong lunchtime the following day. It will be served with a two-class Airbus 340-300.

Four additional weekly flights to Denpasar will depart Hong Kong Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday and return early morning on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The return flights will connect seamlessly with afternoon departures from Hong Kong to Canada, the United States, Korea and Japan. The existing daily Denpasar flights connect with onward flights to Europe.

With its new services Cathay Pacific will operate 10 times a week to Frankfurt and 11 times a week to Denpasar.

Earlier, Cathay Pacific announced seven new weekly flights to Beijing a third daily non-stop service to Los Angeles and additional services to Amsterdam, Ho Chi Minh City, Johannesburg, Nagoya and Perth in its enhanced summer schedule.

Cathay Pacific Director Corporate Development Augustus Tang said: “Our increased frequency of flights to Frankfurt and Denpasar will offer greater choice to passengers and further strengthen connections across the Hong Kong hub. Together with our other new services launched this summer they will strengthen Hong Kong’s position as a global hub and gateway to the Chinese Mainland.”
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Bangkok Airways launches Hong Kong - Samui service

(HONG KONG, 22 April 2005) - Bangkok Airways today introduced a scheduled service between Hong Kong International Airport and Thailand's resort island of Koh Samui.

The President and Chief Executive Officer of Bangkok Airways, Mr Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth, said at the inaugural ceremony that the airline always strives to cater to the needs of holidaymakers, by introducing them to the region's most beautiful destinations in style and in the most comfortable way.

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA)'s Chief Executive Officer, Dr. David J Pang, welcomed the new service, "We are very pleased to add another new airline and destination to our extensive network, and to offer a variety of products to both business and leisure travelers."

"Like Hong Kong International Airport, Samui is a destination which will offer memorable and enjoyable experiences to its visitors", added Mr Hans Bakker, AA's Commercial Director.

Samui is the largest amongst the hundreds of islands in the calm, crystal seas of the Gulf of Thailand. It is known for its beautiful diving sites, snorkeling, sea-canoeing adventures and lovely beaches.

There will be flights three times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, departing Samui and Hong Kong respectively at 8:40am and 1:40pm. The flying time is approximately three hours. The time difference between the two places is one hour with Hong Kong ahead.



A ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the inaugural flight of Hong Kong – Samui services. 4th from left is Dr David J Pang, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong, and 5th from left is Mr Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Bangkok Airways

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