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October 5th 2018

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INNOVATION: Boeing has extended its partnership with Siemens Mentor Graphics software as part of its Second Century Enterprise Systems initiative to transform itself to meet the challenges of the twenty first century. Read More »

MRO: China Aviation Supplies and Lufthansa Technik will provide joint component maintenance for Air China’s A350 fleet. MTU Maintenance has won a five-year, EUR245 million (US$285 million) contract from Asiana Airlines to provide IAE V2500 engine maintenance on the airline’s A320 fleet.

Routes: Air Busan will add a daily Busan-Hanoi A320 service starting October 28. Air China will debut its A350-900 on the daily Beijing-Milan route from October 15. Cathay Pacific Airways will increase Hong Kong-Frankfurt from daily to ten times a week starting March 31. Cebu Pacific will start four times a week Cebu-Macau A320 flights on December 7. Emirates Airline will cancel its three times a week Dubai-Yinchuan-Zhengzhou B777-200LR route from November 15. Hebei Airlines will start daily Guilin-Bangkok B737-800 flights on October 28. Hong Kong Airlines will terminate its thrice-weekly Hong Kong-Phnom Penh A320 service on October 28. IndiGo Airlines will launch daily Bangalore-Kuala Lumpur A320 flights and daily Delhi-Kuala Lumpur A320 flights from November 15, respectively. Japan Airlines will add a daily Haneda-Manila B737-800 route beginning February 1. Jeju Air will start four-weekly Busan-Yantai B737-800 flights from October 29. Jetstar Japan will launch daily Osaka-Kochi A320 flights and daily Narita-Kochi A320 flights from December 19, respectively. Korean Air will replace the A330-300 with the B787-9 on the five-weekly Incheon-Brisbane route beginning October 28. Kunming Airlines will start a daily Kunming-Bangkok B737-800 service on October 28. Loong Air has started twice-weekly Xian-Jeju A320 flights. SpiceJet will launch a daily Delhi-Hong Kong B737 MAX 8 service on November 22. Ural Airlines will add a twice-weekly Vladivostok-Sapporo A320 route starting December 4. VietJet Air will launch daily Phu Quoc-Incheon A320 flights commencing December 22. Vietnam Airlines will increase Da Nang-Narita A321 service from five-weekly to daily starting January 1.

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