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Old April 21st, 2007, 06:47 AM   #1961
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Old April 21st, 2007, 10:37 AM   #1962
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WORRRR!!! ...really the world best airport!!!!
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Old April 23rd, 2007, 03:08 PM   #1963
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Old April 23rd, 2007, 06:49 PM   #1964
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It's all part of Gulf Air's restructuring that is prompting a change in its market focus from an international carrier to a regional one :
http://in.news.yahoo.com/070417/137/6eogp.html
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Old April 24th, 2007, 12:46 AM   #1965
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Looks more like a shopping centre than an airport Sob sob, wish NYC had airports like that. But the only thing troubling me is the immense amount of materials and resources they had to use to build and maintain it...Does any1 know if they hv any type of recycling/conservation programmes?
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Old April 24th, 2007, 04:16 AM   #1966
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Looks more like a shopping centre than an airport Sob sob, wish NYC had airports like that. But the only thing troubling me is the immense amount of materials and resources they had to use to build and maintain it...Does any1 know if they hv any type of recycling/conservation programmes?
You got the point. One of the whole ideas of Terminal 2 is to attract non-travellers to go to the airport for entertianment and shopping, just like a shopping mall.

Not sure what do you mean in the second part of your question.
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Old April 25th, 2007, 12:42 AM   #1967
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Not sure what do you mean in the second part of your question.
What I meant was does the AA do their best to conserve electricity, minimize waste, and recycle materials during construction and also during daily operations?
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Old April 25th, 2007, 04:16 AM   #1968
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Hong Kong Airlines to launch daily Hanoi flights

HANOI, April 24, 2007 (AFP) - Hong Kong Airlines has said it will launch daily flights to Hanoi from Wednesday, rivalling Vietnam Airlines and Cathay Pacific, which have so far dominated the route with a code-sharing service.

The airline will use Boeing 737-800 jets able to carry up to 164 passengers for the one hour and 45 minute flight, said the state-run Vietnam News Agency.

Hong Kong Airlines will be the 24th airline to operate flights to Hanoi's Noi Bai International Airport after getting the go-ahead from the communist country's Civil Aviation Administration, said Vietnamese media reports.

Thailand's low-cost carrier Nok Air has also recently announced plans to start daily services from Bangkok to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
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Old April 27th, 2007, 10:24 AM   #1969
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I just like the wavy design of T2
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Old April 28th, 2007, 06:24 PM   #1970
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Hactl named “Best Air Cargo Terminal – Asia”
Reaffirming Hong Kong’s Position as Asia’s Premier Logistics Hub

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(26th April 2007, Hong Kong) Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the “Best Air Cargo Terminal – Asia” Award at the 2007 Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards (AFSCAs) for the third time.

Organised by the reputable logistics publication Cargonews Asia, AFSCAs is one of the highly regarded events of the Asian freight industry. The Awards is held annually to give due recognitions to those industry players which demonstrate unrivalled leadership, consistent high quality service, inspiring innovation, excellent customer relationship management and high level of reliability.

After the voting exercise set under stringent judging criteria, Hactl was named “The Best Air Cargo Terminal” in Asia for its outstanding performance in the following areas:

* Clear setting of performance standards
* Clear communications of these standards to customers
* Satisfactory and timely resolution of problems
* Timely and adequate investment in new terminal infrastructure
* Efficient and easy use of IT systems

More than 400 international logistics professionals shared the triumphant moment with Hactl at the award presentation ceremony held at Macau’s Fisherman’s Wharf on 25th April. “Hactl is honoured to receive the ‘Best Air Cargo Terminal – Asia’ accolade for the third time at the AFSCAs. The Award recognises not only Hactl’s service excellence and the company spirit of moving forward, but also reaffirms Hong Kong’s position as Asia’s premier air cargo logistics hub. I would like to thank all the voters, the Airport Authority Hong Kong, our customers as well as business partners for their unfailing support,” said Mr. Anthony Wong, Hactl’s Managing Director.
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Old April 30th, 2007, 01:52 PM   #1972
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倫敦航線 提早半年賺錢

倫敦航線 提早半年賺錢

【明報專訊】甘泉香港主席李卓民當初指出,集團目標是啟航1年至年半時間內,能達至現金流收支平衡,惟李昨天透露,3月份倫敦航線已錄得淨現金流入,較原先目標早半年。

有意09年上市

李卓民指去年9月至今,已賣出超過12.5萬張機票,航班的平均載客率達82%至83%;當中經濟艙載客率幾近「爆滿」的98%;而商務艙載客率則約為65%。為應付業務的擴充,公司招聘了總共200名機師及空中服務員,令機隊員工數目增至400名。

此外,公司亦會陸續擴充機隊數目,至2010年增至20架。除目前的波音747-400外,亦會考慮引入其他機種,包括777或空中巴士的飛機等,但初期仍會以747為主。他指當機隊數目擴至15架是上市的合適時機,意味2009年公司將計劃上市。

下站擬開三藩市線

是次推出的溫哥華航線,甘泉更會首次引入「頭等艙」級別,座位數目大約佔整體供應的5%,具體票價仍有待研究,但李卓民肯定票價同樣具「震暀O」。

對於首航、以及近日發生的嚴重航班延誤事件,公司首席行政總裁苗禮士(Stephen Miller)指已確保航線所需的航權,不相信類似首航的失誤會再次發生。他又聲稱即使近期有發生航班延誤事件,但開航以來,航班的準時起飛百分比均逾90%以上,高於行內平均數字。繼溫哥華後,集團有意於年內開辦直航美國的服務,首選地包括三藩市及鄰近的奧克蘭。
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Old April 30th, 2007, 02:04 PM   #1973
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回歸十年﹕還是覺得你最好

回歸十年﹕還是覺得你最好
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【明報專訊】1998年7月前,一架又一架飛機在九龍城上空低飛而過,發出轟然巨響,九龍城居民除了無奈,還是無奈。終於盼得赤角機場啟用,區內居民可鬆一口氣,全港居民卻是一肚子氣。新機場甫啟用,系統出錯,機場完全癱瘓,人流、貨流滯留,港人莫不大叫「搞錯」。但時至今日提及香港機場,不少具外遊經驗的港人都會答﹕「還是香港機場好!」

香港機場如何好?且看看2001至2005年香港機場連續5屆獲Skytrax Research選為全球最佳機場,便知一二;要解釋機場的優點,也不妨聽聽機場常客機師阿明(假名,因未經任職公司同意接受訪問)的心裏話。

效率奇高 征服能見度低

「香港機場的管理效率真的好高,就算能見度極低的環境下,飛機都能夠升降,這並非個個機場可以做到。」身穿整齊制服的阿明,在飛機出發前兩小時於赤角機場與記者談及對機場的感受。

阿明是國泰前機師,現時任職於某航空公司,駕駛來往歐洲至香港的班機。過去7年的機師生涯,阿明多次來往台灣、南韓等多個亞洲及歐洲機場,但始終認為香港機場最好:「出現交通擠塞時,香港空管中心的員工訓練有素,可以一班機一升,下一班機立即下來。在台灣?一有交通擠塞,空管中心怕極了前面的飛機無時間(起飛),你預期要delay(延誤)!」

空管職員「轉數」快 氣候資料足

他續稱﹕「香港空管中心會給你好多資料,氣候雷達都是世界一流設備,你到港前已經為機師詳細報告周圍的情,好似氣候資料、附近空域情。如果你在南韓?南韓的空管出名『當你無到』,氣候資料全無,完全靠你自己飛機的雷達,有就有,無就無,還有當地的英文好難溝通,真的要打醒十二分精神。」

除了硬件設施十足,如跑道夠長夠闊外,香港機場軟件設施才最讓阿明欣賞,亦是他每次駕機回港都能安心升降的關鍵。

不過,今天當我們陶醉於新機場的成功,看見曼谷新機場開幕時問題叢生而輕蔑之際,可會想起9年前,赤角機場同樣是五十步笑百步?旅客無法上機、行李不知所終、逾百噸貨物因系統出錯未能處理而堆積如山、旅客不斷叫罵、飛機動彈不得、職員四處奔波……構成一齣新機場開幕的大鬧劇。

相對客運,回想當年機場大擠塞對貨運的衝擊更嚴重,因為人可以等,貨物卻未必可等下去。

「我最記得當時機場四處都是龍蝦、水果,因為龍蝦入了來,到你找了出來,全都死掉,所以人們索性不要。」在香港貨運業打滾10多年、見證新舊機場交替的聯合包裹(UPS)香港及澳門區總經理梁國基憶述新機場開幕時說。

起初,UPS與敦豪(DHL)及聯邦快遞等知道香港要興建新機場,便積極與香港空運貨站(Hactl)商討,以求在機場建立一個獨立的速遞中心。中心由籌備至興建,用了大約兩年時間,準備工夫十足,事無大小都經過仔細商討,梁國基舉例說:「我們談得真是好仔細,好像我們要場地這個位置有個『洞』,為什麼呢?因為我們要放個磅計算重量。」

準備工作充足,加上Hactl這老字號的品牌,當時的確沒有人會想到新機場開幕一刻會如斯混亂。

由焦急一號 到超級一號

Hactl是本港最大的空運貨運站營運商,處理香港超過八成的空運貨物,旗下的超級一號貨站,號稱為全球最大空運貨站之一。大樓樓面總面積達17.1萬平方米,當中最為矚目的是分別設於東西兩側的航空貨箱貯存系統,樓高6層,與其他地方一般只有2至3層相比,外形顯得尤其壯觀,最高處理貨量達每年350萬公噸。每件貨物由飛機卸下,隨即運至貯貨系統,系統會即時自動替每件貨物刻上編號,輸入貨物資料,同時更設有無線追蹤功能,貨物於貨廠的流動、位置一目了然。整個系統全自動化,由卸貨至客戶可提取貨物,只需一小時,效率之高、速度之快,均處於世界前列。

但這「龐然巨物」在新機場開幕時卻出現大混亂,令急於收貨、運貨的人心急如焚,難怪當時超級一號貨站被人戲稱為「焦急一號」。不過話說回來,與「焦急一號」貨站僅一街之隔、獨立運作的速遞中心,原來要至事發後第三日才清楚知道發生什麼事。

系統出問題 全機場都是貨

「我們都不知道有事,因為最重要是我們無經過個倉(超級一號)。直至第三日,咦?為何下面條走廊的地面都是貨?加上新聞開始報道,我們才知系統有問題,他們(Hactl)散貨不來,要找地方散貨。」梁國基續說﹕「當時真的好怕,貨散不來,真的會『好大鑊』,拿不到貨又是好大件事!我真的沒想過開幕會這樣混亂。」當時整個機場都是貨,連一些想像不到的地方都是貨,包括停機坪、貨車通道等。他又說當時行內人都擔心,香港貨運業會否因而一蹶不振。

焦急的不止客戶,貨站職員更是忙得喘不過氣來,包括陳俊傑(Roy)。

在Hactl工作了15年的Roy,現今在記者面前冷靜憶述當年超級一號貨站的混亂,與當時的心情實在有天淵之別。「那時覺得好意外,因為之前我們內部每個員工都有培訓,了解系統如何運作,但真的十分不好彩,入到來個系統運作未這樣暢順的時候,都會有點驚訝。」有貨運站職員說,當時飛機落貨,哪些貨是Hactl,哪些貨是AAT(亞洲空運貨站,機場另一家貨運處理營運商)都未能弄清。

Roy形容當時貨站內各人沒有一刻停下來﹕「系統有問題,變了我們真的要用人手逐件逐件貨去找,所以真的會跑來跑去。」

開幕癱瘓 入口貨暫搬回啟德

記得黃子華一場「棟篤笑」表演中,開玩笑說要解決新機場開幕混亂的情不難﹕只消搬回啟德便是了。原來不是開玩笑,當時Hactl的確有搬回啟德,但只限於入口貨物。Roy說當年啟德二號貨站處理入口貨物,而超級一號貨站則只負責仍未處理的出口貨。事實上,當機場啟用第二天,Hactl便先後向全球發出通知,暫停出口、入口的空運處理。

此時此刻,香港人再度發揮靈活應變的長處,除重開啟德舊機場,位於新機場、原本只負責急件的速遞中心,也協助處理部分貨物。

就是這種靈活變通、高效率,一個月半後,Hactl宣布全面恢復處理所有出入口空運貨物,較原定計劃提早了兩天。客運方面,更是第一個星期已見全面恢復正常。「香港的機場設備好完善,有時我去其他機場,都有留意人們上落貨。當然不是看見整個程序,但都覺得香港有效率些。」Roy說。

梁國基亦認為,論效率,香港機場堪稱世界之前列﹕「在香港,海關、Hactl都好有效率、好配合,你真的很趕,一百幾十件貨,你(起飛前)半小時前來到,我們都可處理到……在上海最快都要兩個鐘。」

9年貨量倍增 SARS時有升無跌

梁續稱﹕「你問我覺得機場開幕以來,有什麼感覺最深刻的話……我會說貨運的增長的確好厲害,只是9年,香港機場貨物處理量可以翻一番,真的好厲害。甚至是SARS期間,我們處貨量都有升無跌。雖然開機場好多問題,但香港機場是現時世界中數一數二的機場。」

香港赤角機場98年首年旅客人次2863萬,處理貨量162.8萬公噸;2006年分別升至4441萬人次及357.9萬公噸,升幅為54.8%及119%。梁國基說得對,即使2003年香港爆發SARS期間,旅客人次按年跌20%,但當年貨運量亦錄得按年增長6.5%。

「SARS期間,當時香港好混亂,身邊好多人做做下份工,突然沒了份工,中產變負資產。但這裏正好反映香港經濟,這裏的貨沒跌,就反映了香港航空業是好重要行業。」在Hactl工作了15個年頭、現在已晉身中層管理的Roy更指出,若問他會否介紹朋友入行,他的答案簡單直接﹕「會。」
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In my opinion, this is the No. 1 best airport architecture in world history!
That can be debatable since I also find Suvarnabhumi and Soekarno Hatta's architecture impressive as well.
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Old May 3rd, 2007, 06:51 PM   #1978
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United Airlines Strengthens International Network With New Service to Asia and South America
Thursday May 3, 10:00 am ET
Los Angeles-Hong Kong and Washington, D.C.-Rio de Janeiro service begins October 2007

CHICAGO, May 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- United Airlines today announced it is strengthening its international network by launching two new nonstop flights from the United States to Asia and South America. Daily, nonstop passenger and cargo service between Los Angeles and Hong Kong and between Washington, D.C., and Rio de Janeiro will begin October 2007. Flights are now open for sale.

"We are pleased to enhance our Asia service for our Los Angeles customers, as well as continue to strengthen Washington Dulles as our East Coast international gateway," said Kevin Knight, United's senior vice president - Planning. "Adding these routes enables United to enhance our route network for our customers while creating new revenue opportunities for United."

Los Angeles-Hong Kong

The Los Angeles-Hong Kong route expands United's breadth of service to Asia, providing customers with a new gateway to Hong Kong and direct service to Ho Chi Minh City. The new flight will also provide Los Angeles customers with an additional connecting opportunity to Singapore. United's direct service to Ho Chi Minh City is expected to benefit customers in the Los Angeles area, home to the largest Vietnamese population in the United States. San Francisco customers will continue to enjoy connecting opportunities to both Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City via Hong Kong. With the new Hong Kong service, United's Los Angeles hub now serves 9 international destinations nonstop.

United will operate the Los Angeles-Hong Kong service using a B747 aircraft configured with 14 United First® seats, 73 United Business® seats and 260 United Economy® seats, including 88 Economy Plus® seats. Sample fare between Los Angeles and Hong Kong is $569 each way, based on required roundtrip purchase.* Travel dates vary by destination.

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    Flight    Origin     Destination    Departure    Arrival     Frequency
    867        LAX       HKG            12:00 p.m.   6:15 p.m.   Daily
    856        HKG       LAX            12:20 p.m.   9:35 a.m.   Daily
Customers will earn 500 bonus miles each time they purchase qualifying travel at united.com, which also offers no booking fees and the guaranteed lowest United fares.
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I'm not so fond of these lights though. Tall and slender, but the light at the top is so short.
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