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JULY 2022

Week 28

Orient Aviation Daily Digest July 12, 2022



All Nippon Airways swaps two 777-9X orders for 777-8F freighters

ANA Holdings (ANA HD), the parent company of All Nippon Airways (ANA), has reached agreement with Boeing to convert orders for two 777-9Xs to 777-8Fs with the freighters expected to enter service by ANA's 2028 financial year. Read More »



Airbus global market forecast for 2022-2041 predicts rise in aircraft deliveries

In its latest market forecast, Airbus calculates airlines will receive 39,490 new aircraft from 2022 to 2041. Read More »




EVA Airways posts 56% lift in passengers for June

Taiwan’s EVA Air flew 57,370 passengers in June, up 55.8% month-on-month from the 36,818 passengers it carried in May. Read More »



SriLankan Airlines “vehemently denies” flight cancellations

SriLankan Airlines has rejected reports it is eliminating flights from its schedule because of fuel shortages. Read More »



HK Express resuming Hong Kong to Fukuoka and Osaka from August

HK Express will re-start flights from Hong Kong to Osaka Kansai and Fukuoka next month. Read More »



IndiGo selects Recaro seats for A320neo family fleet

India’s IndiGo has named Recaro Aircraft Seating its seat supplier for the LCC’s new A320neo and A321neo fleets. Read More »



Air New Zealand (AirNZ) has confirmed its chair, Dame Therese Walsh, will stand for re-election at the company's annual general meeting in September. Read More »


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