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MAY 2022

Week 19

Orient Aviation Daily Digest May 13, 2022



Cebu Pacific reports US$145.3 million first quarter loss

Cebu Pacific has announced a 7.6 billion peso (US$145.3 million) net loss for the three months to March 31 compared with a 7.3 billion peso net loss in the same months in 2021. Read More »



EVA Air records 29.7% month-on-month passenger growth

EVA Air flew 31,156 passengers in April, up 29.7% month-on-month from the 24,017 passengers carried in February. Read More »




Japan Airlines domestic network edges closer to pre-COVID-19 levels

Japan Airlines (JAL) has signalled its domestic network will be 98% of its normal domestic schedule for the month of June. Read More »



China Eastern Airlines to conduct US$2.2 billion capital raising

China Eastern Airlines (CEA) is seeking to raise up to 15 billion yuan (US$2.2 billion) in fresh capital from a non-public issuance of new shares. Read More »




Singapore’s president calls for more flights in meeting with new South Korea president

Singapore president, Halimah Yacob, has asked new South Korea president, Yoon Suk-yeol, to consider increasing flights between the two countries amid strong demand for travel, The Straits Times newspaper reported in an interview with the head of state. Read More »



Airports of Thailand narrows quarterly loss

Airport of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) said the recovery of the aviation industry would be challenging in the period ahead after it reported a net loss of 3.3 billion baht (US$94.4 million) for the three months to March 31 compared with a 3.6 billion baht net loss in the year-ago period. Read More »



Tata Group has named leading Singapore Airlines (SIA) group executive, Campbell Wilson, 50, as CEO of its recently purchased carrier, Air India. Read More »


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