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MAY 2022

Week 21

Orient Aviation Daily Digest May 26, 2022



India’s InterGlobe Aviation reports US$794.4 million annual loss

InterGlobe Aviation, parent company of the country’s leading LCC, IndiGo, has reported a net loss of 61.6 billion rupee (US$794.4 million) for the 12 months to March 31 compared with a net loss of 58.1 billion rupee a year earlier. Read More »



Jetstar to receive first long-range A321neoLR “in the coming months”

Jetstar Group’s Australian subsidiary, Jetstar, expects to receive the first of 18 long range A321neoLR (A321LR) narrow-bodies in the coming months, group CEO, Gareth Evans, said. Read More »




Finnair resuming nonstop Helsinki-Hong Kong flights

Finnair will recommence nonstop Helsinki to Hong Kong services, initially once a week, from July 8 to mid-August. Read More »



Asiana Airlines returns A350-900 to passenger configuration to meet anticipated demand

Asiana Airlines has returned the main cabin of an A350-900 that has been operating cargo-only flights during the pandemic to a passenger configuration. Read More »




India records 10.9 domestic air passengers in April

India’s airlines flew 10.9 million passengers on domestic flights in April, up 1.7% month-on-month from the 10.7 million passengers carried in March. Read More »



Thai AirAsia launches capital raising

LCC Thai AirAsia hopes to raise up to 2 billion baht (US$58.3 million) from the sale of debentures to institutional investors and/or high net worth individuals. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from ATPCO, CDB Aviation and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. Read More »