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Old April 18th, 2011, 12:15 AM   #141
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The same story (in English) was also found on the Vancouver Sun:
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Hong Kong airline cabin crews get kung fu training to help deal with drunks

HONG KONG - A Hong Kong airline is making all its cabin crew take kung fu lessons to help them to deal with drunk and unruly passengers.

Hong Kong Airlines said all staff had been invited to undergo training in wing chun — a form of kung fu used in close-range combat — but it was only compulsory for cabin crew, the Sunday Morning Post reported.

The airline had around three incidents involving disruptive passengers every week, said Eva Chan, the carrier's deputy general manager of corporate communication.

Two weeks ago a crew member had to put her martial arts training into practice on a flight from Beijing to Hong Kong.

"One of the passengers was sick but he was probably drunk and felt unwell. The crew member attended to him and she realized her fitness was helping her, especially because the guy was quite heavy," Chan told the newspaper.

"Normally, a female cabin crew can't handle a fat guy, especially if he's drunk, but because of the training, she can handle it quite easily."

New recruit Lumpy Tang, 22, said she never imagined kung fu would be part of the job.

"We were surprised in the beginning, but after a few lessons we really liked wing chun," Tang told the Post.

"You cannot predict what will happen on the plane, so wing chun is good because it's so fast," she said. "I feel safer because I can defend myself and I'm really happy to be one of the first cabin crew to learn wing chun in the world."

Wing chun instructor Katherine Cheung said the martial art was ideal for airline crews.

"Wing chun can be used in small, confined spaces so it's suited for an airplane," Cheung said. "It's easy to learn but difficult to master."

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Old April 18th, 2011, 06:06 PM   #143
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So if a passenger is injured because of some crew's kung fu, wouldn't it be a PR disaster and potential lawsuit?
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Old May 11th, 2011, 05:18 AM   #146
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Twice daily on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday for Hong Kong – Singapore route
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From 21 May 2011, Hong Kong Airlines will increase its Hong Kong – Singapore route frequency to twice daily on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Served with brand new Airbus A330-300 aircraft, the new arrangement will surely bring greater comfort and convenience to travellers for both leisure and business purposes.
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Blind flier cries bias after boarding row
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Friday, May 06, 2011

A blind guide from the mainland has accused Hong Kong Airlines of discrimination after the budget carrier refused to let him board a flight alone last week.

Zhu Min was finally permitted to board the Shanghai-bound plane on April 27 but was required to reach the boarding gate at Chek Lap Kok airport in a wheelchair.

This was the first time for the seasoned traveler to be denied boarding when flying alone, Zhu said in lodging a complaint with the Equal Opportunities Commission with the help of the Hong Kong Blind Union.

Zhu is the first Chinese guide to be hired by "Dialogue in the Dark," a global awareness-raising social enterprise in Germany.

The 35-year-old has worked at a local workshop for two years guiding sighted visitors to experience life without sight.

But on the day of the airport incident, ground staff initially barred the visually impaired man from boarding the flight alone to his hometown where he was tasked with training guides for the same project.

Zhu said a female staff member then asked him to sit far away from the counter and ignored further inquiries for more than an hour.

"I was insulted and humiliated at being denied. I have never experienced such problems when flying alone before in places such as the mainland, Germany and Taiwan," he said.

After the frequent traveler sought help from the police, the Blind Union and Equal Opportunities Commission, he was finally issued a boarding pass but had to use a wheelchair to reach the gate.

"I told [the staff] I am not handicapped. I only needed someone to escort me to the gate," Zhu said. But his request was ignored.

Blind Union president Chong Chan-yau, who helped mediate in the incident, believes the airline breached the Disability Discrimination Ordinance as it refused to serve a disabled person without reasonable ground.

International airline practice stipulates that the visually impaired be escorted by airline staff and not be forced to use a wheelchair.

The union expressed outrage and demanded that the carrier improve training of frontline staff.

A spokeswoman for Hong Kong Airlines apologized for the misunderstanding.

"As our staff were only informed about Zhu's disability when he approached the counter before boarding, it took some time for us to arrange special care services," she said.

She added that the wheelchair was provided to ensure Zhu had "safe and convenient" access to the boarding gate.
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Old May 17th, 2011, 06:12 PM   #148
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Carrier Plans Yuan Bond --- Hong Kong Airlines to Tap Dim Sum Market
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17 May 2011
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HONG KONG -- Hong Kong Airlines Ltd. plans to sell offshore yuan-denominated bonds, a move that would make it the first airline to tap the "dim sum bond" market.

The Hong Kong-based budget carrier would join other companies based outside mainland China, including Caterpillar Inc. and McDonald's Corp., in taking advantage of the yuan-bond market, where the cost of issuing debt is attractive because of strong demand from investors expecting a rise in value for the Chinese currency.

Meetings with investors for the bond sale started in Hong Kong on Friday, and were due to continue in Singapore on Monday before ending back in Hong Kong on Tuesday, according to a term sheet seen by Dow Jones Newswires.

The size, maturity and coupon for the unrated issue are yet to be determined, according to the term sheet, and the proceeds will be used as working capital and for general corporate purposes.

China International Capital Corp. is handling the deal, the term sheet said.

Hong Kong-issued yuan bonds took off last year after China, seeking to internationalize its currency, removed some restrictions on the use and circulation of yuan in the city.

"Issuers from industries new to the [dim sum] market are likely to be welcomed by investors, as fund managers seek to diversify portfolios from Chinese property developers and financial institutions," which have dominated the offshore-yuan-bond scene, said Raymond Gui, senior portfolio manager at Income Partners Asset Management.

He added, though, that a bond's popularity still depends the credit quality of the issuer as well as the pricing.

Another fund manager said Hong Kong Airlines' unlisted status might be a barrier, because publicly traded companies' credit is easier to assess -- a particularly relevant consideration given that most dim sum bonds aren't rated.

Hong Kong Airlines -- which mainly flies short-haul routes between Hong Kong and Asian leisure destinations that include Thailand's Phuket, China's Sanya and Japan's Osaka -- has been expanding aggressively over the past few years as demand for air transport has grown in the region.

The airline is one of a group of carriers offering new competition to Hong Kong's leading carrier, Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., and its wholly owned subsidiary, Dragonair, which handles most of Cathay's routes to mainland China.

Hong Kong Airlines' net profit hit 116.42 million Hong Kong dollars (US$15 million) in 2010, more than six times the year-earlier HK$15.83 million.

Revenue was HK$1.28 billion, more than four times the year-earlier HK$258 million.

The carrier, partly owned by HNA Group, parent of Hainan Airlines Co., operates around 18 aircraft, including Boeing 737 and Airbus A330 jets.
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Old May 31st, 2011, 06:16 PM   #149
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Old June 27th, 2011, 06:09 PM   #151
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China blurs A380 order, backs 747 amid EU row
By Tim Hepher – Fri Jun 24, 2:20 pm ET

LE BOURGET, France (Reuters) – China downgraded the announcement of an Airbus superjumbo order and signed up for the Boeing 747-8 as deals worth $9 billion coincided with a row over European emissions trading rules, industry sources said.

The deals both involved parts of the HNA airlines group and had been planned before the Paris Air Show, they said, but the decision not to announce the names of the buyers triggered one of the mysteries of this week's event.

Industry sources said plans to announce a high-profile $3.8 billion deal between Airbus and Hong Kong Airlines for 10 A380 superjumbos were called off on Thursday because of China's anger over European plans to charge airlines for emissions.

China threatened last month to hold back on purchasing Airbus aircraft because of the EU emissions trading scheme, which airlines body IATA has called illegal.

Additionally, industry sources said a company affiliated to the same carrier, Hainan Airlines, was behind the unexpected announcement of an anonymous deal at Boeing this week.

Boeing said an unidentified airline had provisionally committed to 15 747-8 passenger jets worth $4.8 billion.

Airlines often choose to buy jetliners without identifying themselves to their competition, but such announcements are rarely made at air shows which are designed for publicity. Boeing also rarely announces deals before they are confirmed.

Airbus (EAD.PA) and Boeing (BA.N) declined to comment and representatives of the HNA Group were not available.

Hong Kong Airlines is 46 percent owned by HNA Group, the parent of Hainan Airlines Co Ltd (600221.SS).

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Airbus and Boeing both brought their largest passenger jets to the show, a biennial event which rotates with the Farnborough Air Show in Britain.

The 747-8 with 467 seats is Boeing's first stretched version of the 747 and is in the midst of flight testing. It will enter service initially as a freighter, then in a passenger version.

The 525-seat A380 is the world's largest airliner and Europe's most high-profile aircraft since Concorde, making it a tempting target in any political tensions affecting aerospace.

The Airbus deal has not itself been blocked and is in the manufacturer's order book, but the decision to cancel a signing ceremony is a clear protest signal, the industry sources said.

Aircraft purchases also need Chinese government approval.

The 747-8 purchase followed competition between Airbus and Boeing for the Hong Kong Airlines order.

While advancing development of its own smaller airplane, China tends to balance orders between the two foreign suppliers.

From Jan 1 next year, the EU will require all airlines flying to Europe to be included in the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), a system that compels polluters to buy permits for each tonne of carbon dioxide they emit above a certain cap.

China's top aviation industry body ramped up pressure on the European Union earlier this month, saying it would give full support to legal action against the forced entry of airlines into the EU's carbon trading scheme.

China says the scheme is unfair for developing countries and costly.
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The US is also protesting the EU law, Boeing is secretly laughing its ass off, after went home crying for lost to Airbus in order figures.
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Hong Kong Airlines Considering Hong Kong IPO In 2012
1 June 2011

HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--Hong Kong Airlines Ltd. is considering listing shares on the Hong Kong stock exchange in 2012, a senior executive said Tuesday, as the airline seeks to raise funds to expand its fleet amid growing demand for air travel in the Asia-Pacific region.

President Yang Jianhong said the Hong Kong-based carrier has already appointed investment bankers to arrange the planned initial public offering, but declined to provide further details, including the possible deal size.

He said the carrier is also considering other avenues to meet its funding requirements, including borrowing from banks and issuing bonds.

According to a term sheet seen by Dow Jones Newswires earlier this month, Hong Kong Airlines is planning to sell offshore yuan-denominated bonds, which would make it the first airline to tap the so-called dim sum bond market.

Yang said he expects to complete the planned yuan-denominated bond issuance in two weeks. 'We're still finalizing the terms of the bond issuance, and the size of the bond sale is subject to market conditions,' he said, without elaborating.

Hong Kong Airlines, a much smaller player than rival Cathay Pacific Ltd. (0293.HK), has been expanding aggressively over the past few years as demand for air transport grew in tandem with the global economic recovery.

The carrier, partly owned by HNA Group--parent of Hainan Airlines Co.(600211.SH), China's fourth-largest airline by revenue--currently operates around 18 aircraft including Boeing 737 and Airbus A330 airplanes, and plans to take delivery of two more aircraft in middle of this year, and nine more aircraft next year, Yang said.

He said the carrier's capital expenditure in 2012 is expected to be HK$8 billion (US$1.03 billion), largely for aircraft purchase, adding that the carrier has sufficient funds to cope with its future expansion plan as it recently received US$800 million worth of loan facilities from China development Bank.

In March, Hong Kong Airlines signed a preliminary agreement with Boeing Co. (BA) to buy 38 wide-body jets, including six 777 cargo planes, 30 787-9s --a stretched version of the aircraft-- as well as two 787s configured as corporate jets.

Yang said he expects to sign a formal purchase agreement with Boeing at the upcoming Paris Air Show starting from June 20.

The budget airline mainly flies short-haul routes between Hong Kong and other leisure destinations in Asia, including Thailand's Phuket, China's Sanya, and Japan's Osaka. It plans to launch passenger flights to China's Chengdu city and Chongqing city in July, Yang added.
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The carrier is preparing to operate an all-business class service between London and Hong Kong, according to reports by the South China Morning Post, and the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation.

CAPA – “the leading provider of independent aviation market intelligence, analysis and data services” – reports that Hong Kong Airlines will use new A330-200 aircraft configured for 116 lie-flat business class seats, to operate flights to London from next year.

The report says that the carrier “does not expect to secure slots at Heathrow”, and is “analysing London’s three other airports - Gatwick, Luton and Stansted”.

There are currently five airlines offering direct nonstop services between London and Hong Kong – BA, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand, Qantas and Virgin Atlantic.

The all-business class service would be in contrast to the no-frills flights operated by the now defunct Oasis Hong Kong Airlines, which offered flights to London Gatwick using B747-400 aircraft.

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It's not going to work. Business class passengers demand frequencies and are willing to pay big dollars for it. Oneworld dominates the route with CX, BA, and QF flying so many flights a day.
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I'm thinking along the same lines. Unless Hong Kong Airlines is planning to reposition and rebrand itself as a premium carrier, and has the strong business relations with other airlines (becoming part of an alliance), there is no way they can survive with a Business Class-only route.
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Well .. HX is hardly anywhere near a premium carrier. I consider them a discount carrier, and unless they offer 3+ flights a day, there's no way they can compete against Oneworld in the J sector.
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