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Old June 12th, 2004, 01:58 AM   #141
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Verdict Soon on Cathay's Transatlantic Route

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12 June 2004, South China Morning Post

A European Commission decision on whether or not to allow Cathay Pacific Airways to launch flights between London and New York could be made as early as next month.

A positive decision would also give Virgin Atlantic the right to extend its London to Hong Kong services to Sydney.

Ludolf van Hasselt, head of the commission's air transport unit, told a European Aviation Club luncheon in Brussels earlier this week that it would review new bilateral agreements between European member states and third countries.

Mr van Hasselt said the commission would "issue some decisions before the August break".

A commission spokesman, Gilles Gantelet, confirmed that the earliest the committee would be able to meet would be July 27. The committee comprises representatives of member countries and is chaired by the commission.

Virgin has been quietly gearing up to launch a new Hong Kong to Sydney service, having added staff and office space in both cities.

Cathay said it would now submit an application for take-off and landing slots at London's Heathrow airport for the winter schedule, in anticipation of the commission approving the deal soon.

After the government's initial decision to withhold implementation of the deal, Cathay set aside plans to apply for Heathrow slots.

The source said the airline's biggest worry was that it would not be able to secure "good" slot times at Heathrow and would instead be given times that were inconvenient for travellers. "We're not confident that we can get the time slots that we want," he said.

But the Cathay source said it was unlikely that the Hong Kong carrier would resort to buying slots at Heathrow from other airlines, as Australian carrier Qantas had done.

Qantas is believed to have paid nearly £20 million (HK$288 million) for two pairs of prime daily slots at Heathrow, purchasing them from FlyBe, a British regional low-cost carrier.

Local officials have had reservations about implementing the air deal with Britain, making it conditional on the European Commission's approval.

The process by which EC approval can be gained is in place - the legislation was ratified by the European Parliament last month.
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Old June 12th, 2004, 06:43 PM   #142
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Air Canada to Launch Non-Stop Service from Toronto to Hong Kong with A340-500 Aircraft, World's Longest Range Airliner Features Lie-Flat Seats and State-of-the-art Entertainment

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MONTREAL, April 19 /CNW Telbec/ - Air Canada today announced the introduction of first-ever non-stop service from Toronto to Hong Kong with the delivery of its first A340-500 aircraft, the world's longest range airliner.

Effective August 1, 2004, the new daily non-stop service with a flight time of
15.5 hours will link eastern North America and southeast Asia with convenient daily flights that will save travellers more than four and a half hours compared to other carriers' best routings.

Concurrent with the start-up of its new service, Air Canada is introducing exciting new inflight amenities for customers in both Executive First and Hospitality Service cabins configured to seat 42 and 225 passengers, respectively. The airline is significantly enhancing its premium international product, Executive First, with the introduction of industry leading lie-flat seats on its new A340-500 service to Hong Kong. Combined with a generous 63 inch pitch, the ultra-luxurious seats recline to a flat 180 degrees and provide the ultimate experience in restful long haul flying. The carrier's Executive First seats also feature adjustable privacy dividers, stowage areas, individual reading lights, lumbar support system and personal large screen monitor offering video on demand.

First Air Canada Route with PTVs
In addition, Air Canada's Hospitality Service customers will enjoy, for the first time, individually controlled video on demand with personal monitors at each seat for a state-of-the-art inflight entertainment experience using a fully digital audio and video system. The Hospitality Service cabin features fully adjustable seats and headrests in a spacious 2x4x2 layout with 33-inch pitch providing more legroom than other carriers.

"We are very excited to offer travellers the fastest, most convenient air service between Toronto and Hong Kong with the first-ever non-stop service," said Montie Brewer, Executive Vice President, Commercial. "With the introduction of the new Airbus A340-500 aircraft in our fleet, Air Canada customers will enjoy state of-the-art entertainment, the most spacious cabin and a further enhancement to our premium Executive First product with the introduction of lie-flat seats. Following on the opening of a brand new air terminal at our Toronto hub only days ago, we are focused on strengthening our international network to offer our customers superior value, choice and the best schedule to meet their needs from coast to coast, and around the world."

Air Canada's new daily non-stop flights from Toronto to Hong Kong complement its daily Vancouver-Hong Kong flights by offering customers the choice and flexibility of two daily flights linking both western and eastern Canada with one of Asia's most important business centres and gateway to southeast Asia. With a 0945 departure from Toronto, flight AC015 is timed to
offer convenient morning connections to and from points throughout Air Canada's extensive North American network, particularly in eastern Canada and the United States. The early afternoon arrival in Hong Kong at 1315 the next day ensures connecting options for onward travel throughout Asia. The eastbound flight, AC016, leaves Hong Kong at 1515 and arrives in Toronto at 1835 the same day, providing maximum connecting options.

Air Canada will take delivery of two Airbus A340-500 aircraft this summer following successful negotiations with the Air Canada Pilots Association (ACPA) to facilitate the expedited introduction of the ultra long range aircraft to Air Canada's fleet. Air Canada has been operating daily non-stop service eastbound from Hong Kong to Toronto since December 1, 2003 using
Airbus A340-300 aircraft.

Air Canada offers customers up to 12 non-stop flights per day in each direction between Canada and nine destinations in Asia. From its main hub in Toronto, the carrier operates daily non-stop flights to Hong Kong, Tokyo and Delhi, the only non-stop link between North America and India. From its Pacific Asian gateway in Vancouver, Air Canada serves Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya and Seoul with daily non-stop flights, as well as Taipei on a codeshare basis.

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Currently, Cathay Pacific also flies daily between Hong Kong and Toronto and Vancouver.
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Old June 13th, 2004, 01:42 AM   #143
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Old June 16th, 2004, 11:51 PM   #148
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CARGO DEVELOPMENT - Air cargo shows vibrant growth in May

(Hong Kong, 13 June 2004) - Cargo throughput at Hong Kong International Airport in May continued to soar, reaching 240,000 tonnes, an increase of 19.6% compared with May 2003.

A total of 2.82 million passengers travelled through the airport, a marginal growth of 0.6% over May 2002. May 2003 is not used as the benchmark as the SARS impact on air travel was at its worst.

A total of 19,510 aircraft movements were recorded, up 14.6% compared with the same month in 2002, with 16,810 passenger flights and 2,455 cargo flights. The increase was mainly due to the strong growth in cargo.

Passenger, cargo and aircraft movement figures all saw a rise over a rolling 12-month period from June 2003 to May 2004. Passenger throughput rose by 7.3% to 32.1 million; cargo throughput rose by 10.5% to 2.82 million tonnes, and aircraft movements rose by 5% to 208,648.
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Thursday June 17, 9:43 PM
France agrees to let Hong Kong airlines sell seats on high-speed rail, Tahiti flights

French authorities have agreed to allow Hong Kong airlines to sell seats on its high-speed SNCF trains and French air services to Tahiti and the New Caledonian capital of Noumea, the Hong Kong government said Thursday.

Under the deal, Hong Kong carriers can offer seats on SNCF services covering 10 French cities, a government statement said. SNCF is France's state railway.

The code-sharing agreement _ Hong Kong's first to involve different forms of transportation _ was reached Tuesday after two days of negotiations in Paris, the statement said.

Tahiti and New Caledonia are Pacific islands under French rule.
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EDITORIAL: Time to open mainland skies to HK airlines

18 June 2004, South China Morning Post,

The outline of a new air services agreement between the mainland and the United States indicates it could be the most liberal one yet between the two countries. Nothing is certain until the deal is signed, but the Sino-US framework is in line with the liberalising tone of the agreements Beijing has been entering with air traffic partners throughout the region over the past year.

The economic payoff for both countries could be great. On the mainland side, granting new access to US passenger and cargo carriers will expose its domestic airlines to greater competition but this should force improvements on the carriers. In any case, the benefits of inbound tourist traffic and easier access to international markets for high-value exports should more than compensate.

The deal could more than double the number of passenger flights from the US into the mainland over the next six years, while boosting the 20 cargo flights per week to 100 and giving access to five new American carriers. By themselves, the terms are remarkable. Contrasted with the official silence over similar talks between Hong Kong and the mainland - and the implication that little progress is being made on securing similarly broad access for our carriers - they are worrying.

Although Hong Kong's Chek Lap Kok operates far more flights into the mainland than any other airport in the world, that gateway status will be increasingly difficult to defend if the current pattern holds. The imminent US deal follows similar ones signed with Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, South Korea, Australia and Britain. Carriers in these countries are increasingly bypassing Hong Kong in favour of direct flights, encouraged by increased flight quotas and in some cases lucrative "fifth-freedom" rights - allowing them to pick up passengers in mainland cities and fly onwards to third countries.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong-mainland air rights talks have been stalled for months, with little sign of a breakthrough. Apparently, mainland negotiators are asking for fifth-freedom rights for mainland carriers coming into Hong Kong. Although this would expose Hong Kong-based carriers to more competition, especially on Southeast Asian routes, such a concession does not seem to be out of the question.

What is being offered to Hong Kong in return for the concession is a little less clear. Certainly, any fair deal should include new flight allocations to the mainland for Cathay Pacific, which is now limited to three flights a week to Beijing, as well as better access to second-tier cities for the city's smaller startup airlines. Cathay's main competitor, Dragonair, should also be given assurances that none of these new rights will come at the expense of its existing mainland quotas.

Such a wish list sounds ambitious in the context of the mainland-Hong Kong negotiations, which have seen so little progress. But as the expected US-China deal shows, a far-reaching, mutually beneficial deal is possible. Aviation officials in Hong Kong and the mainland have shown over the past year their willingness to go along with the global trend towards open skies and deregulated air services markets, but only in deals with other jurisdictions. Hong Kong has made liberal agreements with Australia, Thailand, Japan and Singapore. Neither the mainland nor Hong Kong seems to believe that shielding local carriers should take precedence over raising overall traffic and introducing a healthy dose of competition. It is about time they struck a deal with each other.

The drive to turn Shanghai into a passenger hub and perhaps designate Guangzhou as a cargo hub - ambitions boosted by Federal Express plans to build a centre at the city's Baiyun airport - are understandable. Yet development of these plans does not have to depend on locking Hong Kong carriers out of the market. The mainland should open up in the name of fair play and vigorous competition, but it also stands to gain from the high volume of inbound traffic Hong Kong's extensive international connections could bring.
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A bit more detail of the French air services agreement from a government press release :

HK, France forge new air services arrangement

New arrangements for air services between Hong Kong and France have been concluded after two days of negotiation in Paris.

Airlines may now enter into code-share arrangements with surface transportation providers (inter-modal code-sharing). Specifically, Cathay Pacific Airways can put its airline codes on French high-speed trains to 10 French cities.

The new arrangement also allows airlines of both sides to introduce code-share services to Papeete (Tahiti) and Noumea, two famous tourist destinations located in French Pacific territories. Capacity for freighter services has also been expanded for the market demand.

Deputy Secretary for Economic Development & Labour Wilson Fung said it is the first time inter-modal code-sharing is provided for under Hong Kong's air services arrangements.

He said inter-modal code-sharing will put a new dimension on our air services by providing online connection between scheduled air services and the massive train network to 10 major popular cities in France.

This will provide a major boost to the tourism industry between Hong Kong and France, he said, adding that the new service mode can enhance the network of HK International Airport by making use of train services. He hopes airlines will make good use of the new code-share routes soon.

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beautiful pics! I love this airport.
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Old June 21st, 2004, 12:00 AM   #157
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This airport is really huge!
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Monday June 21, 4:43 PM
Virgin Atlantic to launch London-Hong Kong-Sydney route



Britain's Virgin Atlantic Airways said Monday it is launching a daily London-Hong Kong-Sydney service in December after it was approved by European regulators.

Virgin plans to start serving the so-called "kangaroo" route Dec. 7 using an Airbus A340-600, which will eventually be replaced with the double-decker superjumbo A380 now being built by Airbus, the European plane maker.

Virgin's competitors flying between Britain and Australia include its archrival, British Airways, Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways and Australian carrier Qantas.

The new Virgin service was made possible by a recent aviation deal that doubles the number of flights allowed between Hong Kong and the Australian cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

Virgin's deal required European Commission regulatory approval, which was granted last week, airline spokeswoman Angelina Wong said.
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This airport is really huge!
Soufian, you are really using the right word "huge."
HKIA is not the world biggest airport, but
the Airport Island itself is the world largest reclaimed landmass; and the Passenger terminal is the world largest single unit terminal with an area of 550,000 sq m
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Old June 22nd, 2004, 01:27 AM   #160
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