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MAY 2022

Week 21

Orient Aviation Daily Digest May 23, 2022



India’s Jet Airways approved to return to flying

India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has re-issued an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) to Jet Airways that paves the way for the carrier to resume commercial airline operations. Read More »



Garuda Indonesia granted third extension for submission of debt restructuring plan

Central Jakarta District Court has granted Garuda Indonesia a 30-day extension to finalise its debt restructuring, local media reports quoting a court official. Read More »




Jetstar Asia CEO welcomes eased Indonesia testing rules as boost to Singapore-Indonesia air travel

Singapore-based Jetstar Asia said Indonesia's decision to remove pre-departure testing requirements for international visitors entering Indonesia will encourage more travel between Singapore and the archipelago. Read More »



India's Go First aims to raise US$462 million in IPO: report

Indian carrier, Go First, is seeking to raise 36 billion rupee (US$462 million) in fresh capital via an initial public offering (IPO) planned for July or August this year, local media reports. Read More »




Japan Airlines Europe flights continue to skirt Russian airspace

Japan Airlines (JAL) services to Helsinki and London will continue to operate outside Russian airspace, the Japanese flag carrier said. Read More »



China Eastern Airlines outlines conditions for restarting 737 MAX services

China Eastern Airlines (CEA) is still some way from resuming 737 MAX operations, local media reports, quoting CEA vice chair, Li Yangmin, at an investor briefing. Read More »



Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) said Philip Chen Nan-lok, a former CEO of Cathay Pacific Airways, and Laurence Li Lu-jen, are joining its board and that Lo Wai-kwok and Stuart Thomson Gulliver have been re-appointed as AAHK board directors. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Airbus, Amadeus, Fiji Airways and Honeywell. Read More »