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CATHAY/
RTR2H75H
August 10, 2010
A view of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development...
Hong Kong, China
A view of the Hong Kong Airport on Lantau Island
A view of the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal under construction at Hong Kong Airport marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
CATHAY/
RTR2H74Q
August 10, 2010
Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Tony Tyler (3rd L) speaks to Secretary for Transport and Housing Eva Cheng...
Hong Kong, China
Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Tyler speaks to Secretary for Transport and Housing Cheng during an event...
Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Tony Tyler (3rd L) speaks to Secretary for Transport and Housing Eva Cheng (4th L) and other guests in front of a model of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal during an event held by the airline at the terminal's construction site in Hong Kong August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the facility marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION POLITICS)
CATHAY/
RTR2H74C
August 10, 2010
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction at the Hong Kong Airport...
Hong Kong, China
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction on Lantau Island
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the facility marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
CATHAY/
RTR2H747
August 10, 2010
A model of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal is displayed during an event held by the airline at...
Hong Kong, China
A model of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal is displayed during an event held by the airline in...
A model of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal is displayed during an event held by the airline at the terminal's construction site in Hong Kong August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the facility marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
CATHAY/
RTR2H741
August 10, 2010
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal (C) which is under construction beside SuperTerminal...
Hong Kong, China
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal which is under construction beside SuperTerminal 1 on...
A view of the new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal (C) which is under construction beside SuperTerminal 1 (R), the world's largest air cargo terminal, at the Hong Kong Airport at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island August 10, 2010. With a development cost of approximately HK5.5 billion (705 million), the facility marks a significant investment in Hong Kong and underlines the airline's continued commitment to developing the city's position as a global aviation and airfreight hub, according to the airline's press release. Cathay Pacific Airways, the world's fourth-largest listed airline, is raising its passenger capacity by about 4 percent, returning its operations to 2008 pre-financial crisis levels. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION)
ANTONOV 225
RTXKHTF
May 07, 2001
The world's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane takes off at Hostomel airport outside...
Kiev, Ukraine
The world's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane takes off at Hostomel airport outsid.....
The world's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane takes off at Hostomel airport outside Kiev, May 7, 2001. The world's largest plane took to the air in Ukraine on Monday, successfully completing a short test flight and fuelling hopes for a recovery in the country's struggling aviation and airfreight industries. The turbo An-225's wingspan is 88.4 metres, and the plane can carry 250 tonnes of cargo for up to 4,500 km (2,800 miles) at a cruising speed of 800-850 km (500-530 miles) per hour.
ANTONOV 225
RTXKHTE
May 07, 2001
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane ascends after taking off at Hostomel airport...
Kiev, Ukraine
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane ascends after taking off at Hostomel air.....
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane ascends after taking off at Hostomel airport outside Kiev, May 7, 2001. The world's largest plane took to the air in Ukraine on Monday, successfully completing a short test flight and fuelling hopes for a recovery in the country's struggling aviation and airfreight industries. The turbo An-225's wingspan is 88.4 metres, and the plane can carry 250 tonnes of cargo for up to 4,500 km (2,800 miles) at a cruising speed of 800-850 km (500-530 miles) per hour.
AIRLINES UKRAINE
RTRHWCW
May 07, 2001
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane flies above Hostomel airport outside Kiev,...
Kiev, Ukraine
WORLD'S LARGEST CARGO PLANE ANTONOV-225 TAKES OFF IN KIEV.
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane flies above Hostomel airport outside Kiev, May 7, 2001. The world's largest plane took to the air in Ukraine on Monday, successfully completing a short test flight and fuelling hopes for a recovery in the country's struggling aviation and airfreight industries. The turbo An-225's wingspan is 88.4 metres, and the plane can carry 250 tonnes of cargo for up to 4,500 km (2,800 miles) at a cruising speed of 800-850 km (500-530 miles) per hour. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

YK/CVI
AIRLINES UKRAINE
RTRHWCR
May 07, 2001
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane makes a turn after taking off at Hostomel...
Kiev, Ukraine
WORLD'S LARGEST CARGO PLANE ANTONOV-225 MAKES A TURN.
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane makes a turn after taking off at Hostomel airport outside Kiev, May 7, 2001. The world's largest plane took to the air in Ukraine on Monday, successfully completing a short test flight and fuelling hopes for a recovery in the country's struggling aviation and airfreight industries. The turbo An-225's wingspan is 88.4 metres, and the plane can carry 250 tonnes of cargo for up to 4,500 km (2,800 miles) at a cruising speed of 800-850 km (500-530 miles) per hour.

YK/CVI
AIRLINES UKRAINE
RTRHWC7
May 07, 2001
The world's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane takes off at Hostomel airport outside...
Kiev, Ukraine
WORLD'S LARGEST CARGO PLANE ANTONOV-225 TAKES OFF IN KIEV.
The world's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane takes off at Hostomel airport outside Kiev, May 7, 2001. The world's largest plane took to the air in Ukraine on Monday, successfully completing a short test flight and fuelling hopes for a recovery in the country's struggling aviation and airfreight industries. The turbo An-225's wingspan is 88.4 metres, and the plane can carry 250 tonnes of cargo for up to 4,500 km (2,800 miles) at a cruising speed of 800-850 km (500-530 miles) per hour.

YK/CVI
AIRLINES UKRAINE
RTRHW92
May 07, 2001
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane ascends after taking off at Hostomel airport...
Kiev, Ukraine
WORLD'S LARGEST CARGO PLANE ANTONOV-225 TAKES OFF IN KIEV.
World's largest aircraft, Ukrainian Antonov-225 cargo plane ascends after taking off at Hostomel airport outside Kiev, May 7, 2001. The world's largest plane took to the air in Ukraine on Monday, successfully completing a short test flight and fuelling hopes for a recovery in the country's struggling aviation and airfreight industries. The turbo An-225's wingspan is 88.4 metres, and the plane can carry 250 tonnes of cargo for up to 4,500 km (2,800 miles) at a cruising speed of 800-850 km (500-530 miles) per hour.

YK/CVI
TAIWAN
RTXIM0R
January 21, 1998
A passenger jet from Uni Air, a local subsidiary of Taiwan's ambitious EVA Airways, descends past Taipei's...
A passenger jet from Uni Air, a local subsidiary of Taiwan's ambitious EVA Airways, descends past Ta.....
A passenger jet from Uni Air, a local subsidiary of Taiwan's ambitious EVA Airways, descends past Taipei's hulking Grand Hotel toward the capital's municipal airport January 21. EVA is pushing ahead with an ambitious passenger and cargo expansion despite the regional financial turmoil that has battered Asian tourism -- forcing many other Asian airlines to cut back on services and lay off workers. [EVA's profits soared 70 percent in 1997 and company president Richard Huang has told Reuters he expects to deliver a similarly big rise in 1998 by boosting airfreight revenues and trimming costs]. Picture taken 21JAN98.
RTRAP9Z
January 21, 1998
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TAIWAN-AIRLINE - A passenger jet from Uni Air, a local subsidiary of Taiwan's...
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TAIWAN-AIRLINE
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-TAIWAN-AIRLINE - A passenger jet from Uni Air, a local subsidiary of Taiwan's ambitious EVA Airways, descends past Taipei's hulking Grand Hotel toward the capital's municipal airport January 21. EVA is pushing ahead with an ambitious passenger and cargo expansion despite the regional financial turmoil that has battered Asian tourism -- forcing many other Asian airlines to cut back on services and lay off workers. EVA's profits soared 70 percent in 1997 and company president Richard Huang has told Reuters he expects to deliver a similarly big rise in 1998 by boosting airfreight revenues and trimming costs. Picture taken 21JAN98.

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