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  1. China Southern calls for fund levy to be dumped

    Posted Sep 12th 2009, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... Airlines Corp also got 877 million yuan in refunds from the infrastructure fund in the first half and Air China had about 700 million yuan returned. Despite a rebound in domestic air traffic ... China Southern Airlines, the largest mainland airline by passenger numbers, yesterday urged Beijing to drop its civil infrastructure fund levy on airlines to help the industry survive ...

  2. Iata cites mainland role in airline industry's green drive

    Posted Oct 06th 2009, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... initiatives [such as] looking at 'drop-in' fuel like algae,' said Steele, referring to alternative fuels. 'It is a real opportunity for a country like China to develop its own ... Charlotte So The mainland played a crucial role in the airline industry's carbon reduction programme, Paul Steele, the director of aviation environment for the International Air ...

  3. DHL global chief certain China will deliver big

    Posted Aug 03rd 2009, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... to globalisation and the emergence of mainland manufacturing power, Asia and Greater China have become very important to Deutsche Post DHL, Mr Appel said during a recent visit to Hong Kong. You visited the Beijing and Hong Kong operations on this trip. How would you characterise them? We are the market leader in Asia and Greater China in three business areas: international express, supply chain ...

  4. Air China presence in Cathay to show contrast in corporate cultures

    Posted Aug 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... China are not available. By contrast, Christopher Pratt and Philip Chen Nan-lok, the Cathay executives sitting on Air China's board, received no fee from the mainland carrier. At Cathay, Mr ... Charlotte So When Cathay Pacific Airways executives joined the board of state-owned Air China after the carrier took a stake in the mainland airline in 2006, they were in for a rude ...

  5. Dependable pragmatist steers China Southern

    Posted May 18th 2009, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... to prepare for the next stage of development. Where is the bottom of the market? There are mixed views. In light of first-quarter economic indicators in China, I presume the domestic market would ... Charlotte So If the former chief of China Southern Airlines, Liu Shaoyong, could be compared to an aircraft, it would be a Concorde- fast and flamboyant. If his replacement, Si Xianmin, ...

  6. Cathay offsets oil rise with lower hedging loss

    Posted Jun 10th 2009, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... In the long run, Cathay would prefer a low-oil-price operating environment, as the cost for the unhedged part of oil consumption would be smaller, Mr Tyler said. Commenting on the second half, Mr ... tie-up between China Eastern Airlines Corp and Shanghai Airlines. Cathay runs more than 13 daily flights between Hong Kong and Shanghai. 'These two airlines are competing aggressively ...

  7. Aviation veteran says airlines in for nasty flight

    Posted Dec 08th 2008, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... Aircraft Engineering from March 1995 to August 2006, and as a non-executive director of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corp, Hysan Development and Air China. How can airlines survive the tough ... and governments have different agendas. That makes the cocktail slightly different. With oil prices falling, do you see a better operating environment for airlines? You have got to remember that a lot ...



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