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APRIL 2022

Week 17

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 27, 2022



Singapore Airlines and United Airlines expand codeshare partnership

Singapore Airlines (SIA) and United Airlines (UA) are expanding their codeshare partnership to include 19 new destinations - nine in SIA's network across Asia, Australia and the Maldives, and 10 with UA across the U.S. out of Los Angeles. Read More »



Thai AirAsia X to launch flights from Suvarnabhumi Airport in June

Thai AirAsia X will resume operating in June with two new routes out of Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport. Read More »




BOC Aviation CEO outlines 2022 growth opportunities

BOC Aviation CEO, Robert Martin, said the recovery in international air traffic has been constrained by border controls that have featured constant changes in entry and exit restrictions between various geographies. Read More »



Garuda Indonesia on hunt for US$936 million in capital raising

Garuda Indonesia remains committed to a rights issue target of US$936 million in fresh capital once negotiations with creditors in a court-managed restructuring are concluded, local media has reported, quoting Garuda’s CEO, Irfan Setiaputra. Read More »



Jetstar Asia adding flights to Indonesia network

Singapore-based Jetstar Asia CEO, Bara Pasupathi, said the easing of travel restrictions across the region was encouraging more people to return to the skies. Read More »



Cathay Pacific has appointed Rakesh Raicar as its regional general manager for South Asia, the Middle East and Africa (SAMEA), succeeding Mark Sutch. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from CDB Aviation, GAMECO, Pratt & Whitney, SITA, Sabre, Spirit AeroSystems, ST Engineering, Topcast Group, Virgin Australia and VSE. Read More »