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JULY 2022

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Orient Aviation Daily Digest July 19, 2022



AirAsia X to add Auckland, Melbourne and Perth to network

AirAsia X (AAX) plans to start flying to Auckland, Melbourne and Perth from November. Read More »



Cebu Pacific accepts delivery of its latest A320neo

Cebu Pacific has taken delivery of its eighth new A320neo, registration RP-C4131, from Airbus in Hamburg. Read More »




Vietjet to expand India network with 13 new routes

Vietjet will boost flight options between Vietnam and India with the launch of 13 routes in the final months of this year. Read More »



Jetstar applies for seasonal Fiji capacity increase from Australia’s air services authority

Jetstar's Australian subsidiary intends to increase its flying to Fiji on a seasonal basis, an application from parent, Qantas Group, for more capacity shows. Read More »



Fiji Airways appointed managers of government-owned Fiji Airports

Fiji Airways has been awarded the contract to operate 15 airports in the island nation. Read More »



Hong Kong Airport reports 295,000 passengers for June

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) reported 295,000 passengers passed through its terminals in June, up 73.5% month-on-month from 170,000 passengers in May. Read More »


Farnborough Airshow News Briefs

Today's Farnborough Airshow briefs report news from AerCap, Air Lease Corporation, Boeing, Collins Aerospace, Embraer, Eve Holding, Feel Air and Pratt & Whitney. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today’s news briefs report on Boeing, Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Co and Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Read More »