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JUNE 2022

Week 26

Orient Aviation Daily Digest June 27, 2022



Qantas Group trims domestic capacity as jet fuel price escalates

Qantas Group carriers are cutting flights across their domestic networks until March 2023 in response to rising fuel prices. Read More »



FedEx forecasts full recovery of Europe-Asia cargo corridor by 2024

FedEx executive vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, Brie Carere, said at the company's financial results presentation that global trade growth had slowed from disruptions related to lockdowns in China and the conflict in Ukraine, limiting the flow of goods and reducing international export volumes. Read More »



Kuala Lumpur International Airport records 1.98 million passengers for May

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) said Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) handled 1.98 million passengers in May, up 63.6% month-on-month from 1.21 million air passengers processed in April. Read More »



Thai Airways International reports business rehabilitation plan meeting targets

Thai Airways International (THAI) has reported the administrator of its business rehabilitation plan has successfully negotiated with creditors under aircraft operating leases or finance leases, also known as Class 35 creditors, to amend original agreements for seven more aircraft from March 15, 2022 to June 14, 2022. Read More »



Cebu Pacific returning to Brunei from next month

Cebu Pacific will re-start non-stop Manila to Brunei’s capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, on July 23. Read More »



Vietjet expands international network with more regional routes from Da Nang

Vietjet will start flights from popular Da Nang to seven international destinations from next month. Read More »



Jetstar’s Gareth Evans stepping back from CEO role from December, remaining with group into 2023

Qantas Group said Gareth Evans had decided to step down as Jetstar CEO. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Embraer, Korean Air and Lufthansa Systems. Read More »