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Orient Aviation Daily Digest June 13, 2022



Air New Zealand forecasts narrowed losses of US$477.8 million for full fiscal year

Air New Zealand (AirNZ) has announced its latest predicted loss of NZ$750 million (US$477.8 million) for the 12 months to June 30 will be less than forecast in recent months. Read More »



EVA Air posts 18.2% rise in passengers for May

Taiwan’s EVA Air flew 36,818 passengers last month, up 18.2% month-on-month from the 31,156 passengers it carried in April. Read More »



Changi Airport reopening Terminal 4 in September, increasing operations from Terminal 2

From September, Terminal 4 at Singapore Changi Airport will again be open for business followed in October with flights operating from the southern wing of Terminal 2. Read More »



AirAsia Group has completed almost all refund requests due to COVID-19

AirAsia Aviation Group Ltd (AAAGL), a Capital A company, said its airlines have finalised 99% of passenger refund requests caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and will work towards progressively settling the final 0.8% in coming months. Read More »



Airbus schedules first A321XLR flight for June 15: media reports

Airbus is expected to start flight tests of its A321XLR long-range narrow-body on June 15, local media reports, quoting a company spokesperson. Read More »



Malaysia's Minister for Transport, Wee Ka Siong, has announced the appointments of Roger Tan Kor Mee and Wan Kamaruzaman Bin Wan Ahmad to the board of the Malaysian Aviation Commission for a three-year term. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Airbus, CDB Aviation, China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings, HAECO and Kansai Airports. Read More »