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Old June 15th, 2004, 05:06 PM   #81
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Business Times - 15 Jun 2004

S'pore boosts air and tourism links with Chongqing city

SINGAPORE - Singapore is now linked to the bustling city of Chongqing in southwest China as SilkAir operates a non-stop twice weekly service to the Chinese city.

The new connection to Chongqing will further boost air, tourism and trade ties between Singapore and China.

With Chongqing, Changi Airport is now linked to 14 cities in China.

Mr Wong Woon Liong, Director-General of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore said China is one of the fastest growing segments for Changi in terms of the number of weekly services with 144 services a week between Changi and the various Chinese cities.

Visitor arrivals from China jumped 17 per cent in April 2004 when compared to the corresponding period in 2002.

Since 2002, approximately 8,000 people from Chongqing visit Singapore each year for tour, business and education.

The Singapore Tourism Board has also eased the visa application process for Chongqing visitors by authorising Chongqing Yangtze International Travel Service and Chongqing Overseas Tourist Corp Ltd to issue Singapore visas in Chongqing.

Previously, Chongqing visitors had to first travel to another city to apply for visa and take flights to Singapore.

Chongqing is often described as southwest China's commercial capital.

The city is China's fourth municipality and comes under the direct control of the central government.

It is the major port of the upper Yangtze River and the gateway to the famous Three Gorges region, making the city a significant centre of tourism.

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14 cities....and counting!
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Haha....I won't be surprised that they will be adding more flights to different cities as more parts of China are opened up for business......
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Old June 26th, 2004, 11:49 AM   #84
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Posted: 26 June 2004 1624 hrs

Singapore, S Lanka should try to reach 'open skies' accord: PM Goh
By Channel NewsAsia's reporter S Ramesh reporting from Colombo

COLOMBO: Singapore and Sri Lanka should try and reach an 'open skies' agreement to help boost trade and tourism between the two countries, says Singapore's Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong.

Mr Goh, who arrived in Sri Lanka on Friday on the last leg of his three-nation South Asian tour, met business and political leaders.

In talks with the country's leaders such as President Chandrika Kumaratunga, Mr Goh urged them to complement peace efforts with pro-business and pro-market policies.

Both countries are looking to boost good and long-standing ties.

Singapore and Sri Lanka have much to gain from working together, said Mr Goh, and one good sign in this direction is the on-going discussions to conclude a free trade agreement between both countries.

The discussions started in October last year.

PM Goh said: "Once you have this free trade agreement, symbolically, you are telling foreign investors that the economy is prepared to be opened up and liberalised. Tariffs will be brought down and local investors will not be protected. They have to compete against foreign investments."

Sri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga said: "My government's policies are designed to build a modern market-friendly economy, free from corruption and aimed at providing equal opportunities for every citizen."

Links between Singapore and Sri Lanka go back a long way to legends, said Mr Goh.

"The name 'Sinhala' or 'Island of Lions' bears similarities with my country's old name, 'Singapura' or 'Lion City'."

And, President Kumaratunga recalled that before Singapore's independance, a large number of Sri Lankan teachers, doctors and lawyers had settled in the country. - CNA

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Old June 29th, 2004, 02:34 PM   #85
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Swissport awarded Changi Airport's third ground-handling licence
By Melvin Yong, Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE : The Singapore government has awarded Zurich-based Swissport International the third ground handling licence for Changi Airport.

Swissport pipped the Texas-based Worldwide Flight Services for the 10-year licence, which starts next year.

Competition is heating up for ground handlers at Changi Airport.

From next year, Swissport will start providing services like passenger check-in, baggage handling and cargo handling.

That will put it in direct competition with the two existing ground handlers -- Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATS) and Changi International Airport Services (CIAS).

In awarding the licence to Swissport, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore said it considered factors like the firm's experience, track record and business plans, and vision for the operations at Changi Airport.

CAAS wants to create more competition to reduce ground handling costs.

In line with that, the aviation regulator will be restructuring the franchise fees for the ground handling business at Changi.

This will save ground handlers S$10 million a year.

Changi's ground-handling business is worth an estimated S$1.2 billion.

Air passenger and airfreight traffic at Changi Airport have risen in the first five months of this year, compared to the January to May period of 2003 and 2002.

CAAS says the tender for the third flight catering licence is currently being evaluated. - CNA

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Posted: 30 June 2004 2245 hrs

Spider-Man stunt at Changi Airport Control Tower to launch new show
By Patwant Singh, Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE : 'Spider-Man 2' opens at cinemas islandwide this week but even before the comic super-hero hits the silver screen, he was spotted scaling the Changi Airport control tower.

This is the first time anyone has been allowed to do this.

The stunt was in conjunction with some special performances being staged at Changi Airport.

And where better to stage such a stunt than the 80-metre tall airport control tower, one of the most recognisable Singapore icons.

Changi Airport hopes its latest Spider-Man stunt will help it to beat the competition and cast its web wider in attracting passengers from around the world.

Tourists passing through Changi Airport for the next few days will be entertained by a half-hour live performance.

Spider-Man's nemesis Dr Octopus and the villain's side-kick Electro were also part of the action -- not forgetting the obligatory damsel in distress and some well choreographed fight scenes to keep tourists entertained.

"It's good promotion, very well acted," one tourist said.

"Yes, it's really good because you are waiting around and nothing to do," another said.

"Most importantly it is to make our customers who wait at the airport feel that Changi Airport is different, memorable and their stay at the airport is short and sweet," said Foo Sek Min, deputy director (airport management) at Changi Airport. - CNA

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Old July 1st, 2004, 12:54 AM   #87
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Singapore, S Lanka should try to reach 'open skies' accord: PM Goh
Another open-skies agreement will be good, although the links between these two markets arent exactly weak at present in my opinion, unless there is some form of linkage to be exploited? Emirates and Sri Lankan might happily expand their codesharing into Singapore via Colombo thou!
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Posted: 30 June 2004 2001 hrs

Temasek receives some 20 bids for CIAS
By Melvin Yong, Channel NewsAsia

SINGAPORE : The Singapore investment company, Temasek Holdings, has seen strong interest for its plans to sell its airport ground handling unit.

Temasek says it received around 20 bids for Changi International Airport Services.

A Temasek spokeswoman would not name the bidders, except to say they comprise both local and foreign parties, including leading international industry players.

The investment company is currently evaluating the bids.

Temasek also confirmed that it received a bid from Swissport International.

But the Zurich-based company will be excluded from the bid process because it was awarded a third ground-handling licence for Changi Airport on Tuesday.

Temasek, which owns some 78 percent of CIAS, wants to divest the ground-handler to realise value from its investments.

The remaining shareholders are Air France, KLM, GlobeGround, China Airlines, Garuda Indonesia and Deutsche Lufthansa.

All have also agreed to sell their stake.

CIAS currently has a 20 percent share of the ground-handling market in Singapore.

The remaining 80 percent is controlled by Singapore Airport Terminal Services, which is 87 percent-owned by Singapore Airlines.

The impending sale of CIAS comes amid other measures by the Singapore government to help Changi Airport compete with its regional rivals. - CNA

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Old July 7th, 2004, 09:12 AM   #89
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Business Times - 07 Jul 2004

Lone bidder withdraws CAAS flight catering bid
LSG may instead buy Temasek's stake in CIAS

By VEN SREENIVASAN

(SINGAPORE) LSG Asia Holdings Ltd has withdrawn its lone bid for the 20-year licence to be the third flight catering operator at Changi Airport.

The company, which is the world's largest provider of integrated in-flight solutions, withdrew its bid last month but announced its decision only yesterday. LSG, a subsidiary of LSG Lufthansa Service Holdings, was the only bidder for the tender which closed on April 30 this year.

LSG's announcement came on the heels of a surprise statement yesterday from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, which said that it had accepted LSG's withdrawal.

'We intend to call a new tender at a later date,' said a CAAS spokesman.

But industry watchers don't think CAAS will be in a hurry to do so.

Chris Sanda of DBS Vickers pointed out that LSG or any new player would have second thoughts about coming in as a late entrant, then competing with the established incumbents, Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATS) and Changi International Airport Services (CIAS).

'It's a very difficult position for someone to move into,' he said. 'If you start with just 10 per cent, how do you scale up in the face of dominant players who have been there from the beginning? Surely they must fancy greener pastures elsewhere.'

But the pullout by LSG would give SATS a much needed respite.

'They must be having a satay party over there now!' quipped Mr Sanda.

Though it controls about 80 per cent of the market at Changi and derives about 60 per cent of its business from SIA, SATS has said that after investing over $1 billion in facilities at Changi, including two state-of-the-art inflight kitchens, it faces significant excess capacity.

But LSG may not have totally given up plans to operate at Changi either.

In an announcement yesterday, the company hinted that it could make an entry via a purchase of Temasek Holding's stake in CIAS.

'On May 6, 2004, Singapore investment company Temasek Holdings initiated the process for the divestment of Changi International Airport Services (CIAS), which is currently one of the two flight catering providers at Changi Airport,' H K Cheung, LSG executive vice-president for Asia-Pacific, said.

'Given the divestment proposal, LSG Sky Chefs has been presented with different options to become one of the flight catering service providers in Changi Airport. It would make sense to our company to evaluate all available options before making any conclusion. LSG Sky Chefs has concluded that it would be appropriate for the company to withdraw from the tender.'

LSG serves 270 airlines from more than 200 customer service centres in 48 countries in areas of catering, procurement, equipment management and Total Inflight Management. The group produces around 313 million airline meals a year and chalked up revenue of 2.7 billion euros (S$5.7 billion) last year.

Meanwhile, CAAS last month awarded Swissport, a unit of Candover Investments and KLM Dutch Airlines, a 10-year licence to operate ground handling services at Changi from July 2005. Swissport beat Worldwide Flight Service - the only other company that bid to become Changi's third ground services operator - in a tender that closed on April 30.

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Old July 8th, 2004, 03:26 AM   #90
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Temasek receives some 20 bids for CIAS
Surprise surprise. Who would have expected such a strong responce!!
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July 09, 2004
Harry’s takes off at airport

By Zubaidah Nazeer

Boat Quay icon Harry’s Bar will now greet travellers in the transit lounges of Changi Airport Terminals One and Two.



The two bars, which began operating last month, take the number of Harry’s Bars here to four. Its Boat Quay branch started 12 years ago, while the one at the Esplanade opened in 2002.

Arjun Blom, 40, the general manager at the Boat Quay outlet, who is also overseeing both airport bars, told Streats that Harry’s won the tender for a three-year rental contract at the end of May.

And in keeping with the airport authority’s policy to make drinks prices attractive to transit passengers, beverages – such as soft drinks, draft beer, coffee and tea – at the airport bars are cheaper than those in the downtown ones.

Said Mr Blom: “We lowered the prices of those categories of drinks by as much as 40 per cent.”

For example, draft beer at the airport costs about $5 for a half pint, lower than the downtown happy-hour cost of $7, and soft drinks such as Coke are as cheap as $1.60 compared to about $4.

Even cocktails prices are “slightly lower”, he said.

Harry’s airport bars will also be the first food and beverage outlets to allow smoking.

In keeping with the Harry’s Bar tradition of having a signature drink at each outlet, the airport bars will offer a newly created concoction of hard liquors and fruit juice called Singapore Swing.

Tiger Beer, which Mr Blom describes as a Singapore icon, will be on tap there.

Although famous for its chicken curry and fish and chips, the pub will serve only light snacks.

“Our target is the transit passenger who would probably have a few minutes to sit and relax,” said Mr Blom.

Both bars, each with a capacity of 100, overlook the runways.

Added Mr Blom: “At T1, we kept some elements of the Boat Quay outlet, like its terrace style, by having a verandah set-up.

“At T2, what’s new is the cigar corner with sofas and chairs.”

And, yes, Harry’s Bar will rotate its usual international jazz and rhythm and blues guest artistes to the two airport bars as well.

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A news article from May......

Thursday May 6, 07:07 AM

http://asia.news.yahoo.com/040505/6/1h63w.html

Australian makes first Darwin flight

Australian Airlines will make its inaugural flight from Darwin to Singapore today.

Darwin will become the 12th port in the leisure airline's growing international network.

Australian will be operating 52 flights a week across six countries.

"Our two weekly services will provide a boost to the inbound tourism industry in the Northern Territory with an additional 540 seats into Darwin from Singapore and a further 540 seats from Cairns each week," Head of Sales and Marketing Luisa Pastrello said.

"The new services also allow our Japanese customers one-stop connections to Darwin via Cairns from the cities of Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka." - Travelpress travel news

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Strange...isnt Qantas already flying the Singapore-Darwin sector?
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Strange...isnt Qantas already flying the Singapore-Darwin sector?
Australian Airlines seems to be targeting a different type of passenger(leisure type)......but anyway, it means more flights for Singapore-Darwin sector........

It seems Australian Airlines are more like complimenting Qantas......A check at the changi website(flight planner), Qantas fly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, while Australian Airlines fly on Wednesday and Sunday.

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Australian Airlines seems to be targeting a different type of passenger(leisure type)......but anyway, it means more flights for Singapore-Darwin sector........

It seems Australian Airlines are more like complimenting Qantas......A check at the changi website(flight planner), Qantas fly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, while Australian Airlines fly on Wednesday and Sunday.
icic. I wont have expected them to canabalise each other .

Anyway, Qantas-Australia seems to have a monopoly on that sector, am I right? SIA used to fly there, but ceased operations 10 years ago!
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icic. I wont have expected them to canabalise each other .

Anyway, Qantas-Australia seems to have a monopoly on that sector, am I right? SIA used to fly there, but ceased operations 10 years ago!
Yes....I was quite surprise to find from the flight planner that only Qantas and Australian Airlines is flying the Singapore-Darwin sector.....Given that Australian Airlines is Qantas's subsidary, they are really monopolising that sector.........

I guess SIA might have ceased operation due to a lack of traffic....I seldom hear people from Singapore go to Darwin for tour......
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To attract tourists, maybe we should have a hotel in or beside the airport.A lowrise, super-luxurious one.
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Yes....I was quite surprise to find from the flight planner that only Qantas and Australian Airlines is flying the Singapore-Darwin sector.....Given that Australian Airlines is Qantas's subsidary, they are really monopolising that sector.........

I guess SIA might have ceased operation due to a lack of traffic....I seldom hear people from Singapore go to Darwin for tour......
So it makes me wonder why Qantas/Australian is actually increasing flights via Darwin. Perhaps there is a market afterall?
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So it makes me wonder why Qantas/Australian is actually increasing flights via Darwin. Perhaps there is a market afterall?
I suspect it might have something to do with the new railway link in Australia(alice springs-darwin)...(the rail link to increase passenger/cargo traffic to Darwin)
http://www.railway-technology.com/pr...ice/index.html

It seems like I read on news article they were trying to increase cargo/passenger flow to Darwin so I guess the increase in flight to Darwin is part of the plan........
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The railway link? Now that is a point of view I have not considered before!

SIA should consider entering the sector and give Qantas a run for its money.
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