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Week 33

Orient Aviation Daily Digest August 19, 2022



IndiGo and Jetstar Asia commence virtual interline partnership

LCCs IndiGo and Jetstar Asia have launched their virtual interline partnership. Read More »



Competition regulator raises concerns about Qantas Group’s proposed takeover of Alliance Air

Australia's competition regulator said this week that Qantas Group’s proposed buyout of regional and fly-in/fly-out carrier, Alliance Aviation Services, could reduce competition in regional and remote Queensland and Western Australia. Read More »



EVA AIR reports 168% jump in July passengers

EVA Air's monthly traffic report states the Taiwanese carrier's passenger numbers increased to 154,055 in July from 57,370 in June. Read More »



China Airlines records 12-month peak in air passenger demand

Taiwan-headquartered China Airlines (CAL) flew 109,221 passengers last month, up 86.3%, from the 58,632 passengers transported in June. Read More »



Auckland Airport announces lower full-year net profit

Auckland International Airport (AIA) has booked a 59% decline in net profit, to NZ$191.6 million (US$120.7 million), for the year to June 30, down 59% from a restated NZ$466.6 million net profit a year ago. Read More »



Russia write-downs push BOC Aviation into half-year loss

BOC Aviation has reported a net loss of US$313 million for the six months to June 30 compared with a net profit of US$254 million in interim 2021. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Emirates Engineering. Read More »