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Old November 22nd, 2005, 09:18 PM   #1261
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Old November 23rd, 2005, 05:58 AM   #1262
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HKSAR/Saudi Arabia air services agreement signed
Monday, November 21, 2005
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The Secretary for Economic Development and Labour, Mr Stephen Ip, yesterday (November 20) signed an Air Services Agreement on behalf of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region with the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Jeddah.

Representing the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was Eng. Abdullah Rehaimi, President of the Civil Aviation Authority of Saudi Arabia.

With its strategic location in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia is an important emerging market in Hong Kong's overall aviation network. At present, two airlines are operating five flights per week between Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia, and a total of 13 carriers are operating some 110 weekly passenger and cargo services between Hong Kong and nine destinations in the Middle East.

"The Air Services Agreement signed today provides the legal framework for operation of air services between Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia and helps the airlines of the two places to plan further expansion of services," Mr Ip said.

"To further develop Hong Kong as a preferred transportation and logistics hub, we will continue to liberalise our air services regime and negotiate more new air services agreements with our aviation partners. These agreements, including the one we sign today, also provide valuable opportunities for Hong Kong and foreign airlines to expand their services," Mr Ip added.

The Air Services Agreement with Saudi Arabia is the 8th agreement Hong Kong has concluded with aviation partners in the Middle East, and the 55th with all overseas aviation partners.

Hong Kong has signed Air Services Agreements with Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea, Oman, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the USA and Vietnam.
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Old November 23rd, 2005, 08:25 PM   #1263
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Chinaoil to supply jet fuel to HK airport in 2006
22 November 2005
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Chinaoil, trading arm of China's second-largest refiner PetroChina , has won its first contract to supply Hong Kong airport with jet fuel stored at China's Gaolan port from January, a company source said on Tuesday.

The trader will lease 50,000 cubic metres of tankage at the Zhuhai terminal to store the jet fuel and supply between 300,000 and 450,000 barrels per month to the Hong Kong airport.

But another company source based in Hong Kong said the volume it will supply the airport is 150,000 barrels per month, with the rest of the total stored at Gaolan going to other consumers.

"This is a new strategy. Traditionally, people will lease tanks at Hong Kong. But we'll do it from the Chinese side," the first source said.

The contract is for a minimum of one year and the supplies will likely be sourced from outside China, the source said.

Others supply and store jet fuel for the Hong Kong airport through the Aviation Fuel Supply Company (AFSC), which operates tank farms.

The AFSC is a partnership of seven oil companies and two airlines. The seven oil companies are Caltex Oil Hong Kong , China Resources Petroleum Co., ExxonMobil Hong Kong , Kuwait Petroleum Aviation (Hong Kong), Esso Petroleum China, Shell Developments and HongKong SINOPEC/CAOSC.

The two airlines are Cathay Pacific and China National Aviation Corp.
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Old November 24th, 2005, 12:39 AM   #1264
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Airlines brace for turbulence as CR deal looms
Small carrier set for big expansion as mainland backer's plans for regional reach come to light

24 November 2005
South China Morning Post

The prospect of competing against a well-funded CR Airways with a fleet of 150-seat regional aircraft will undoubtedly turn a few heads at the headquarters of Hong Kong's biggest airlines this morning.

While a Hainan National Airlines (HNA)-backed CR Airways would appear to be particularly bad news for a more vulnerable start-up such as Hong Kong Express, HNA's grander aspirations to become a regional, if not international, player may step harder on the toes of more established players.

The Air Transport Licensing Authority in May approved CR's applications to fly to 27 mainland destinations. But people who know the scope of the HNA Group's ambitions say it has little interest in more mainland rights, whether or not the services can be mounted from Hong Kong.

HNA's real objective with CR Airways is said to be twofold: to use Hong Kong as a regional launch pad and to boost its asset portfolio before listing on the local exchange next year.

While lulling his rivals to sleep with sporadic services - mostly to a former Marcos hideaway in Laoaog in the Philippines, CR Airways owner Robert Yip Kwong has been quietly amassing licences for the past three years.

HNA's regional portfolio includes licences to fly to some of Asia's most popular tourist and business destinations - Kota Kinabalu, Langkawi, Siem Reap, Phuket, Phnom Penh, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang and Macau.

State planning authorities have long stymied the ambitions of Hainan Airlines, the group's main carrier. It offers a meagre international network of five scheduled destinations from its base in Haikou and is dependent on the authorities, not demand, for expansion.

While mainland airlines are "allocated" the rights to fly to international destinations, Hong Kong's airlines need only apply.

It is understood the 60 per cent on offer from CR Airways will come from Mr Yip's share of the firm, not the shares Hong Kong-listed Yu Ming Investments potentially bought last year when it boosted the carrier with an injection of $140 million in convertible bonds.

The bonds, which come good in 2009, have yet to be converted into shares but insiders say they would represent 30 per cent of CR Airways if that option were taken.

HNA Group chairman Chen Feng told mainland media on Monday that his application to jointly list Hainan Airlines and five other carriers on the exchange had been approved by Beijing.

It has been reported that the group - which will also pack Xinhua Airlines, Changan Airlines, Shanxi Airlines, Deer Jet and all-cargo carrier Yangtze River Express into the listing vehicle - will aim to raise $5 billion for fleet expansion.

The addition of CR Airways would add another, more exotic element to the portfolio, one foreign investors may warm to. The listed company could also give the group a Hong Kong-based company to fit the ownership and principle place of business requirements for the transfer of CR Airways' licences.

Mr Chen said the listing vehicle would be formed before the end of the year and expectations are for a second-quarter listing.

A mainland takeover of a Hong Kong airline is not unprecedented, of course; the Hong Kong-listed arm of the state-owned China National Aviation Corp took control of Dragonair from divisions of Swire and Citic in the mid-1990s.

But that acquisition surrendered the single largest share in the carrier to mainland hands, not majority control.

It's a safe bet that the number-crunchers at Government House will watch this upcoming share swap very closely.

"The ultimate test will be in CR Airways' final corporate structure," said an official with knowledge of the regulatory hurdles that lie ahead.
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Old November 24th, 2005, 04:04 AM   #1265
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Hainan Airlines bids for HK carrier
State group proposes controversial share swap deal to take controlling 60 per cent stake in CR Airways

24 November 2005
South China Morning Post

State-owned HNA Group, the parent of Hainan Airlines, is in talks to take a controlling interest in CR Airways, Hong Kong's third carrier which offers mainly charter flights to the mainland and regional destinations.

HNA, the mainland's No4 aviation group by sales, is trying to buy a 60 per cent equity interest in CR Airways, the South China Morning Post has learned. The proposal involves a share swap between Xinhua Airlines, a 60 per cent-owned subsidiary of the group, and CR Airways, according to a source.

People close to the deal say a one-to-one equity swap would not be possible given state restrictions on foreign ownership of mainland airlines but declined to give the exact ratio.

Spokesmen for both airlines declined to say where the talks stood yesterday. However, Hainan Airlines' staff were informed through the company's electronic notice board at the weekend that group chairman Chen Feng had been appointed chairman of CR Airways, replacing Robert Yip Kwong, who would become vice-chairman.

If completed, the transfer of CR Airways' traffic rights would have to be approved by the Economic Development and Labour Bureau. But the bureau appeared to have no knowledge of the deal yesterday.

Deputy Secretary for Economic Development Wilson Fung Wing-yip said no formal notification had been received from the board of CR Airway about changes in the controlling stake of the company.

"If the controlling shareholder is changed and the principal place of business is changed, the airline would be no longer considered a Hong Kong-designated airline," Mr Fung said. "All the existing traffic rights owned by the company would be disqualified."

There was no clear definition of what constituted a controlling stake, he said.

According to Mr Fung, a Hong Kong airline must meet three criteria: it must be incorporated in Hong Kong; its principal place of business must be in Hong Kong; and it must be managed and controlled from Hong Kong.

CR Airways appeared to put some of the pieces in place for the new ownership regime last week when it applied for the licence to wet lease four used Boeing 737 aircraft, according to government sources.

It is thought those aircraft were leased from Hainan Airlines, which was one of seven mainland airlines selected to divide up as many as 150 B737s that state purchasers agreed to buy from Boeing at the weekend.

However, to fly those aircraft CR Airways would have to apply to amend its air operator's certificate which restricts it to operating Bombardier jets with maximum seating for 70. The B737 can carry up to 170 passengers.

CR Airways, like its rival Hong Kong Express, has tried to position itself as an alternative to Hong Kong's major carriers, flying passengers to secondary airports around the region rather than forcing them to go through Asia's main airports.

Both airlines use smaller aircraft and generally apply for traffic rights to secondary destinations such as Nanning and Jinan on the mainland and Laoag in the Philippines.

CR Airways' application to fly B737 services is understood to be under consideration at the Civil Aviation Department but officials say the process may take longer than usual given the larger scope of operations it has applied for.
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Old November 25th, 2005, 06:29 AM   #1266
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23 November 2005
Dragonair a Winner at Business Traveller China Awards
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(HONG KONG) Dragonair's Economy Class has been voted the best of any airline in the inaugural Business Traveller China Awards. The awards were voted for by readers of the magazine, one of the leading travel publications for business travellers in the Mainland.

The airline beat strong competition from Singapore Airlines, second, and Thai Airways, third, to claim the award.

Dragonair came second in the Best Asian Airline Serving China award category, behind Singapore Airlines, and was also second in the Best Chinese Airline Serving China category, behind domestic airline and codeshare partner Air China.

"We're delighted to have done so well in these awards, which give Mainland business travellers a voice for the first time," said Singmay Chou, General Manager, Marketing. "We were competing against world-class competitors. Our success is a reflection of our commitment to continuous development of all our services and the quality standards that are a hallmark of our Hong Kong home."

More than 5,400 readers of Business Traveller China voted in the awards.
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Old November 25th, 2005, 06:37 AM   #1267
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Old November 25th, 2005, 11:25 AM   #1268
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Quick question:

Why does a Taiwanese airline call itself China Airlines (and why are Taiwanese aircraft registrated under Chinese registration)?
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Old November 25th, 2005, 11:53 AM   #1269
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mainland China is called "People Republic of China"

and Taiwan's official name has something very similar to that, and with the word "China" in it somewhere.
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Old November 26th, 2005, 07:39 AM   #1270
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Old November 26th, 2005, 04:24 PM   #1272
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For immediate release 22nd November, 2005
HAESL AND SAESL SIGN US$600 MILLION MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT WITH EMIRATES

Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Ltd. (HAESL) and Singapore Aero Engine Services Limited (SAESL) have signed a new contract with Emirates Airline for the ongoing maintenance and repair of Rolls-Royce Trent aircraft engines within its fleet.

The new contract, potentially worth US$600 million, will cover the maintenance of all Emirates’ Trent 500, Trent 700 and Trent 800 engines for the next three years. Up to 200 engines could be overhauled under this agreement and the work will be shared between HAESL and SAESL.

John Paterson, Chairman of HAESL and SAESL, said: “HAESL has had a strong
relationship with Emirates since they began operating Trent engines eight years ago. This new agreement will enable Emirates to continue focusing on its core business, which has seen the airline achieve unmatched growth through an award-winning service.

“We are delighted that Emirates has chosen to extend its relationship with us as it demonstrates complete confidence in our offering and the service we provide.”

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman of Emirates said: “We are pleased to renew our partnership with HAESL and extend it to SAESL. Their expertise in this field complements the maintenance support from Emirates’ own engineering division, and we look forward to working closely with them in providing our fast-expanding fleet of modern jets with the highest standards of engine maintenance and repair services.”

The contract was signed today by Richard Kendall and John Horsburgh, chief executives of HAESL and SAESL with HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Emirates, at the 2005 Dubai Air Show.

NOTE TO EDITORS

1. Over 170 Emirates Trent engines have been repaired and overhauled to date by HAESL and SAESL.
2. Emirates currently operates sixty Rolls-Royce Trent powered aircraft: 10 Airbus A340-500/600s (Trent 500), 29 Airbus A330-200s (Trent 700), and 21 Boeing 777-200/300s (Trent 800).
3. HAESL is a joint venture involving Rolls-Royce (45%), Hong Kong Aircraft
Engineering Company Limited (45%) and SIA Engineering Company (10%) and
was established in 1997.
4. SAESL, incorporated in 1999, is jointly owned by SIA Engineering Company
(50%) , Rolls-Royce (30%) and Hong Kong Aero Engine Services Limited (20%).
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Old November 27th, 2005, 08:35 AM   #1274
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Old November 27th, 2005, 05:56 PM   #1277
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Anyone has the updated SkyPlaza pic? tks
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Old November 27th, 2005, 06:12 PM   #1278
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Renderings & construction photos to September 2005 :
http://www.asiaworld-expo.com/WebFor...aspx?lang=enUS

Here is a sample :
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hkskyline, tks alot for your posting the pic but it is AsiaWorld Expo, not SkyPlaze (Terminal 2)

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Old November 29th, 2005, 02:29 AM   #1280
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