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JUNE 2022

Week 25

Orient Aviation Daily Digest June 24, 2022



Air New Zealand plans busy July as route resumptions gather pace

Air New Zealand (Air NZ) is to return one of its stored 777-300ERs to active service as part of preparations for the relaunch of several international services. Read More »



Japan Airlines and Malaysia Airlines to code-share on Kuala Lumpur-Haneda route

From August 14, Japan Airlines (JAL) will add its JL airline code to the twice a week Kuala Lumpur-Tokyo Haneda service operated by Malaysia Airlines. Read More »




t'way Air signs Rolls-Royce engine maintenance contract

South Korea's t'way Air has signed for Rolls-Royce’s TotalCare program for MRO on the Trent 700 engines that power the LCC’s three A330-300s. Read More »



Airports of Thailand scales back 2022 passenger forecast

Airports of Thailand Public Company (AoT) has revised downward its forecast for 2022 passenger traffic.Read More »



ACI World leadership refutes IATA DG Walsh's criticisms of airport expenditure

Airports Council International (ACI) World director general, Luis Felipe de Oliveira, said recent comments made by International Air Transport Association (IATA) director general, Willie Walsh, did not reflect current market and economic realities. Read More »



AirAsia X has appointed Ahmad Al Farouk Bin Ahmad Kamal to the LCC’s board as an independent non-executive director. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Airbus, Aireon, Boeing, China Aircraft Leasing Company, Heston MRO, Linde and Skylink Global. Read More »