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Week 35

Orient Aviation Daily Digest September 2, 2022



Australia clears Korean Air's proposed Asiana Airlines takeover

Australia's competition regulator will not oppose a Korean Air (KAL) takeover of South Korea's second international carrier, Asiana Airlines. Read More »



Emirates Airline’s A380 premium economy rollout gathers pace

Emirates Airline has announced retrofitted A380s featuring its new premium economy cabin will be flying on five more routes in the months ahead, including Auckland, Melbourne and Singapore in the Asia-Pacific. Read More »



Singapore Changi Airport's Terminal 4 resuming operations

Singapore's Changi Airport Group Terminal 4 (T4) will reopen its doors to passengers from September 13. Read More »



Air China to establish MRO joint venture with Rolls-Royce

Air China and Rolls-Royce are to set up Beijing Aero Engine Services Company Limited (BAESL), a 50/50 engine MRO joint venture. Read More »



Australia’s Rex welcomes seventh 737-800 into fleet

Regional Express (Rex) said this week it had accepted delivery of a seventh 737-800 and is looking for another two of the type to operate across its network. Read More »



All Nippon Airway offering sustainably sourced meals for passengers and sectors of its workforce

All Nippon Airways (ANA) is offering focaccia made with Kale grown from compost recycled from inflight meal waste and bamboo shoots. Read More »



Thales Group has named Emily Tan as country director for Singapore and CEO of Thales Solutions Asia Ltd. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Air bp, Airport Authority Hong Kong, Cebu Pacific, IBS Software and Rolls-Royce. Read More »