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Sunday 14 April's 0010 hours just after midnight scheduled CX105 from HKG down to MEL (A333 B-HLQ) took off at 0218 so arrival is likely at 1259 hours, 109 late. The 1420 hours MEL - HKG CX104 will be pretty much on minimum turnaround time to try to be punctually off its blocks. About the best seen at any airport for an aircraft of this size is 70 minutes, but most appear to take at least 80.
The 1905 hours HKG - MEL redeye (CX135, Sunday 21 April) took off at 2101 so on Monday 22, A369 B-LRL should arrive at 0741, 91 late. This means that CX134 back, the 0730 hours ex MEL, will be delayed until at least 0855 in pushback.
A359 B-LRI on CX134, the 0730 hours morning MEL - HKG took off at 0845, so arrival is predicted 34 late at 1539 hours mid afternoon. The delay was because redeye CX135 arrived MEL on Saturday 4 May 2019 at 0653 hours, 43 late.
CX105 (0010 hours HKG to MEL) on Sunday 5 May (A333 B-LAK) took off at 0221 so the result is an expected 1235 hours, 85 late arrival early this afternoon. As CX104 returning to HKG is not due to depart until 1420, the plane should have sufficient time to turn around and punctually depart (though not with a huge margin).