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Message par Questar le Mar 14 Juil 2009, 22:18

Résultats de trafic combinés Cathay et Dragonnair pour juin 09. Rien de fantastique.

Sur Air Transport News :

Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for June 2009 that show a sharp fall in passenger numbers compared to the same month last year, in part due to the impact of the Influenza A (H1N1) outbreak. There was also another marked year-on-year drop in the amount of cargo and mail carried.

In June, Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried a total of 1,738,413 passengers – a drop of 18.1% against the
same month in 2008 - while the load factor fell by 4.5 percentage points to 76.8%. Capacity for the month, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), was down 9.1%. For the year to date, the number of passengers carried has
fallen 4.2% while capacity has declined by 2.1%.

The two airlines between them carried a total of 123,860 tonnes of cargo and mail last month, down 10.0%
on June 2008, while the cargo and mail load factor rose by 3.8 percentage points to 71.3%. Capacity for the month, measured in available cargo/mail tonne kilometres, was down on last year by 14.3%. For the year to date, tonnage has fallen by 15.4% compared to a capacity drop of 14.1%

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Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management Tom Owen said: “We usually see a pickup in demand in June as summer approaches, but this year demand was depressed by the ongoing global economic recession and the reluctance of passengers to fly as a result of the widely reported H1N1 outbreak. The H1N1 situation had a particularly
severe impact in our largest market, Hong Kong, and within the region, especially on Japanese routes. Premium cabin demand showed no signs of life but was at least stable. Aggressive competition for Economy Class passengers in all markets continued to provide very few opportunities for sustainable yield improvement."

Cathay Pacific General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing Titus Diu said: “June cargo traffic was still down year on year, though the monthly drop was the lowest so far in 2009 and the tonnage decline was behind the cut in cargo capacity. There are signs that the airfreight market has bottomed out, though as yet we are not seeing any sustained upswing in demand. Competition in the various cargo markets we serve remain fierce and as such yield remains
under considerable pressure.”

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Message par Questar le Mar 14 Juil 2009, 22:28

Deux captures de Wikipedia sur la flotte de Cathay :

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Message par Bergame le Lun 03 Aoû 2009, 10:00

Pas trop la joie pour CPA mais il se veut optimiste. " Le plus mauvais est passé"....?
Quelques explications sur l'impact des cours du pétrole et ses fuel hedges; voir le baril rester stable à USD 75 jusqu'en 2011 ! :|

Sur Airwise :

Hong Kong's top carrier Cathay Pacific Airways reported a bottoming out in weekly revenues, triggering a brief jump in its share price but signalled it faces a tough environment in the months ahead.

"There are signs that our own weekly revenue results seem to have bottomed out now, but at a very low level. As yet, there are still no signs of any sustained recovery," chief executive Tony Tyler said in a note to staff.

He said the airline's latest revenue figures showed it was not yet clear of the difficulties it suffered in the first half, with passenger revenue 13 percent behind target and cargo revenue 22.5 percent below the desired mark for the first seven months to July.

Cathay Pacific is scheduled to release its interim results on Wednesday.

Analysts said the carrier is likely to turn around in the first half from losses posted last year, on the back of a one-off fuel hedging gain but like many other carriers continues to face strong headwinds in the months ahead.

Singapore Airlines, the world's second largest airline by market value, last week unveiled its first quarterly loss in six years, and warned that it could post an annual loss if adverse conditions continued.

"Operationally, (Cathay) is still facing a difficult environment in the second half, but the gains from hedging will help the results to turn around," said Cho Fook Tat, an aviation analyst at Taifook Securities.

If oil prices stay at USD$75 a barrel over the next three years to 2011, the company could make mark-to-market gains and write back some of the paper losses from fuel hedging provisions.

Crude oil has dropped 50 percent to its current level of about USD$72 from a peak of USD$145 hit in July of last year.

Brokerage Citi had downgraded the stock to 'sell' before a copy of Tyler's remarks was obtained, but Daiwa was optimistic.

"We are optimistic about a gradual recovery, and believe this would overwhelm any negative impact that weak results would have," Daiwa Securities said in a research note last week.

MORE PRESSURE AHEAD

As of July 25, Cathay's weekly passenger revenue was 15.8 percent behind target for the year to date, while cargo revenue was 21.4 percent below target, Tyler said in a weekly business report.

"We are certainly still in a very challenging operating environment," chief executive Tony Tyler said in the report. "Our latest revenue figures highlight the fact that we are still some way from climbing out of our deep hole."

Advance premium bookings were no longer comparable with last year, he said, noting that "corporates were not pre-booking travel as they did before."

Tyler did not provide specific figures for passenger and cargo traffic levels.

However, Cathay last month reported that its combined traffic with unit Dragonair in terms of passenger numbers for June 2009 fell sharply year-on-year, in part due to the impact of the Influenza A (H1N1) outbreak.

Tyler said that advance bookings for economy and business class were "not that bad" but added that the overall situation remains grim.

For September to November, Cathay's front-end bookings were still heavily down, he said, adding that the company would only know in early September whether business travel would show any signs of a turnaround.

(Reuters)

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Message par Epsilon le Mer 05 Aoû 2009, 09:21

CPA annonce des résultats positifs sur 1H09 ( premier semestre de cette année ).

Il est écrit dans l'article de Flight que la Cie "discute" étroitement avec ses fournisseurs pour différer quelques livraisons d'avions. Mentionnés les A 330 et B 777. ( 748F aussi dans le restant à livrer, mais...? Non, pas celui-ci ! :roll:

En tout cas pas question de commander de 748I......semble-t-il

On voit dans le tableau plus haut que 4 A 340-300 seront retirés du service régulier en 2011.
On voit aussi que les 3 A340-600 loués à ILFC ont disparus, pour moi il en restait encore 1 dont l'age apprchait les 7 ans. Alors contrat de leasing sur 7 ans avec ILFC ? Simple curiosité, car je voudrais savoir ce qu'ils sont devenus !

Dans les résultats annoncés sur Flight, on apprend que les passagers " haute contribution", par leur absence, plombent les comptes. On peut dire que c'est partout la même chose sauf pour certaines LCC.

Les fuel hedges ( couvertures financières sur variation carburants ) ont eu, cette fois un impact positif.

L'inclusion des résultats de Dragonair est comptablement logique, mais le modèle d'affaire de Dragonair n'est pas celui de Cathay. ( mais les fuel hedges comptent pour les deux )

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Cathay Pacific Airways posted a HK$812 million net profit for the fiscal first half due to paper profits from its fuel hedging.

Net profit came in at HK$812 million ($105 million) for the six months ending 30 June compared to a net loss of HK$760 million for the corresponding period last year, the Oneworld carrier says to the Hong Kong stock exchange.

Revenue fell 27% year-on-year to HK$30.9 billion from HK$42.4 billion but the carrier posted a profit because "there were gains in fuel hedging contracts in the first six months of 2009 with unrealised mark to market gains of HK$2.1
billion," it says.

In the first six months of last year it posted losses of HK$7.6 billion on fuel hedges but said at the time that if there was any increase in fuel prices from the lows of 2008 it would result in Cathay posting a profit on fuel hedging.

Cathay says today that fuel "prices moved up rapidly in the second quarter" of this year.

Cathay's operating statistics show passengers carried fell 4.2% in the first half year-on-year to 11.9 million from 12.5 million.

The passenger load factor was down 1.5 percentage points to 78.5% from 80% and cargo carried fell 15% to 701,000t from 828,000t.

"Economy class demand remained fairly robust" due to discounts on air fares and "premium class passengers was significantly reduced" as companies cut back on travel, it says.

In May, Cathay reduced passenger capacity by 8% and cargo capacity by 13% and its subsidiary Dragonair reduced capacity by 13%. Cathay has cut no passenger destinations but Dragonair has cut six, it says.

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Passenger traffic from southeast Asia was generally stable and Middle East traffic was robust.

But passenger demand from Europe was adversely affected by the weakening of European currencies, he says.

Demand from North America remains strong for economy passengers but demand for premium is greatly reduced, it adds.

Cathay also says its passenger traffic to Taiwan has been adversely affected by the opening of non-stop flights between Taiwan and mainland China and that passenger traffic from Korea and Japan is weak due to the depreciation of Korean won and concerns over swine flu respectively.

Cathay's financial results include those of its subsidiary Dragonair.

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Message par Epsilon le Mer 05 Aoû 2009, 09:27

Oups Jeannot, nous avons édité en même temps.

Merci pour le post pris sur Airliner : le 787-10 serait un bon concurrent de l'A 350 ? Il faudrait d'abord que le premier 787 vole et soit certifié, ce que je souhaite.

A 350-100XWB " killer" de 777 ! Déjà lu cela ( sous la plume de Sevrien )
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Message par SukubL2 le Mer 12 Aoû 2009, 11:30

Résultats juillet 09 Cathay et Dragonair. Coef d'occupation ( load factor ) toujours en baisse malgré les réajustements de capacité, mais CPA ne peut ajuster que l'existant, comme tout le monde.
L'activité fret toujours en berne, comme ailleurs.

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Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for July 2009 that show another significant fall in passenger numbers compared with the same month last year. There was also another year-on-year drop in cargo and mail tonnage.


In July, Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried a total of 2,080,326 passengers – down 9.9% against the same month in 2008 - while capacity for the month, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), fell by 7.5%. The month’s load factor saw a drop of 0.6 percentage points to 83.5%. For the year to date, the number of passengers carried has fallen by 5.1% compared to a capacity decline of 2.9%.

The two airlines carried a total of 133,233 tonnes of cargo and mail last month, down 6.7% on July 2008, while the cargo and mail load factor rose by 6.6 percentage points to 72.6% as a result of the capacity decline. Capacity for the month, measured in available cargo/mail tonne kilometres, was 12.6% down. For the year to date, tonnage has fallen by 14.1% compared to a capacity drop of 13.9%.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management Tom Owen said: “The adverse impact of Influenza A (H1N1) on regional demand continued in July, although there was a pickup in leisure travel towards the end of the month as concerns eased in some markets. Load factors remained flat over last year, despite significantly reduced capacity, highlighting the continued impact of the global economic downturn on demand. Bookings in the premium cabins remained especially weak which, combined with ongoing aggressive economy class competition and adverse
currency movements, continued to stymie any material yield recovery."

Cathay Pacific General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing Titus Diu said: “Our tonnage decline has seen successive reductions since the beginning of the year, and July’s drop of 6.7% was the smallest year-on-year monthly drop
so far in 2009. The indications now are that the massive slide in the air cargo market has bottomed out and we were encouraged to see an increase in demand out of our home market, Hong Kong. However, intense competition is still putting yield under considerable pressure.”

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Message par Terryan le Mar 18 Aoû 2009, 08:03

Ca bouge dans l'actionnariat de Cathay. Le chinois Air China reprend des parts à CITIC à qui il restera 3%.
CITIC fut une des premières créations bancaires de Deng Xia Ping.

Sur ATWonline :

Air China reached an agreement with CITIC Pacific to purchase a significant portion of the latter's stake in Cathay Pacific, raising its share in the Hong Kong carrier to 29.99% from 17.49%.

According to a filing released yesterday by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange CA will purchase 491.9 million of CITIC's shares in CX at HK$12.88 ($1.66) per share, or a total of approximately HK$6.34 billion. Swire Pacific, which controlled 39.97% of CX, agreed to purchase another 78.7 million shares from CITIC at the same price, boosting its holding to 41.97% and maintaining its position as the airline's largest stakeholder.

In the filing, CA said the deal "will be useful in terms of boosting the international competitive strengths and brand value of Air China." Both carriers expect to form a closer relationship that will serve as a platform for further
cooperation and greater synergies as a result.

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"The deal won't change our cooperative plan with Air China," CX COO John Slosar told reporters in Hong Kong.
The carriers are negotiating a cargo joint venture to be based in Shanghai.

Swire Chairman Christopher Pratt ruled out the possibility that CA eventually will replace Swire as CX's largest shareholder. "Swire always persists in being the biggest stakeholder of CX, which has lasted for more than sixty years," he said in a statement released yesterday. After completion both transactions, CITIC Pacific's stake in CX will decrease to 2.98%.

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Message par DayAfter le Jeu 10 Sep 2009, 20:50

Tony Tyler,le CEO de Cathay, fustige certains fournisseurs : rechanges trop chères en ces temps de crise.
En pleins salons !

Sur Etravelblackboard :

The head of Cathay Pacific has slammed airline suppliers for overcharging in difficult times for items such as seats, engines, interiors and other aircraft components.

Speaking at the Asian Aerospace International Expo and Congress event this week, Tony Tyler, Cathay Pacific CEO blasted the suppliers present for the costs they charge for aircraft components.

“We are all in this crisis together but you wouldn’t believe that from the way many of the suppliers to the airlines conduct business with us,” he told the crowd.

Big things, small things, seats, engines, parts of all kinds - how can they be so expensive?

With a motto of The Right Place. The Right People. The Right Value the conference is held in conjunction with
major suppliers Aircraft Interior Expo (AIX), Asia Pacific Aviation Training (APATS), Air Freight Asia (AFA) and Asian Business Aviation (ABA).

And Mr Tyler used the opportunity presented to ask suppliers how they could justify charging airlines for premium seats that costs more than a “top quality” sports car.

Escalation causes in most contracts have seen many suppliers lift their prices despite the current economic downturn.

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Message par Paddy le Mar 15 Sep 2009, 12:51

Reprise résultats aout 09 Cathay & Dragonair.

Bon mois d'aout, sauf le fret, mais la courbe de la chute s'aplatit. Et baisse simultanée des tonnages offerts et transportés

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Cathay Pacific Airways today released combined Cathay Pacific and Dragonair traffic figures for August 2009 that show an increase in passenger numbers compared with the same month last year, though cargo and mail tonnage showed another year-on-year drop.

Cathay Pacific and Dragonair carried a total of 2,210,068 passengers in August – up 3.8% against the same month in 2008 - while capacity for the month, measured in available seat kilometres (ASKs), was down by 5.0%.
The month’s load factor was up 5.7 percentage points to 84.1%. For the year to date, the number of passengers carried is down by 4.0% compared to a capacity decline of 3.2%.

The two airlines carried a total of 131,732 tonnes of cargo and mail last month, down 6.3% on August 2008, while the cargo and mail load factor rose by 6.1 percentage points to 72.0%. Capacity for the month, measured in available cargo/mail tonne kilometres, was 14.1% down.
For the year to date, tonnage has fallen by 13.1% against a capacity drop of 13.9%.

Cathay Pacific General Manager Revenue Management Tom Owen said: “Comparisons with 2008 are skewed due to the dampening of demand on our Mainland China routes over the Olympic period last year. Although the summer peak traffic arrived much later and at a lower yield than normal, we did see a strong recovery in pent-up regional demand for the month with an abating H1N1 impact. Traffic in the premium cabins, however, remained weak in comparison to previous years throughout August and at materially lower yields."

Cathay Pacific General Manager Cargo Sales & Marketing Titus Diu said: “Our cargo business showed further signs of bottoming out in August with the lowest year-on-year tonnage decline of the year to date and a continued increase in demand out of key home market. However, while tonnage is undoubtedly picking up there is still a lot of competition in the market and our yield has yet to see any significant pickup from a very low base.”

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Message par DayAfter le Mer 16 Sep 2009, 12:42

CPA va vendre une partie de ses actifs dans le MRO Haeco

Cathay sells stake in HAECO to boost cash position

HONG KONG, Sept 14, 2009 (AFP)

Cathay Pacific said Wednesday it had agreed to sell a stake worth 1.9 billion Hong Kong dollars (244 million US) in its engineering affiliate to Swire Pacific to preserve cash in the downturn.

©️ 2009 AFP

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Haeco est le premier atelier MRO de la région, en millions d'heures de travail ( annual labor man hours ) , devant SIA Engineering, Ameco Pekin, ANZ Engineeriong, Qantas et JAL
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Message par Fresco le Mer 16 Sep 2009, 14:56

Exact Jeannot

Et Cathay va aussi faire du sale & lease back sur 6 B777-300ER avec BOC Aviation des 19 exemplaires encore à recevoir. Discussions toujours en cour avec Boeing sur des reports....


HONG KONG (Dow Jones)--

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. (0293.HK) said Wednesday it has signed a sale and leaseback agreement with a unit of Bank of China Ltd. (3988.HK) on six Boeing aircraft on order, as part of the airline's plans to preserve cash amid
the industry downturn.

The Hong Kong-based carrier said it signed the agreement with BOC Aviation on six of the 19 Boeing 777-300
extended range jetliners the airline has on order. The six aircraft are scheduled for delivery between the fourth quarter of this year and the second quarter of 2011.

Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Tony Tyler reiterated that the airline has no intention to cancel aircraft orders, but said it continues to be in talks with manufacturers to defer deliveries. The airline said it has 39 aircraft on order for delivery before 2013.

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Message par Jaguar le Jeu 17 Sep 2009, 21:33

Cathay, tiens donc, fait entretenir les Airbus single aisle de Dragonair à Guangzhou. En ramp

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Message par Nils le Jeu 24 Sep 2009, 15:38

La flotte de Cathay telle que sur Planespotters

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