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Week 36

Orient Aviation Daily Digest September 5, 2022



Vietjet reports US$3.3 million interim profit

Vietjet Aviation Joint Stock Company has announced a net profit of 76.4 billion dong (US$3.3 million) for the six months to June 30. Read More »



Shandong Airlines adds 737BCF to fleet

Shandong Airlines has received its first 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF). Read More »



Thai AirAsia X scheduling charter flights to Georgia

Thai AirAsia X (TAAX) is launching chartered Bangkok Suvarnabhumi-Tbilisi Georgia services in a one-year partnership with travel agencies, Tourladfah Co. Ltd and TTN Plus World Co. Ltd. Read More »



THAI’s updated rehabilitation plan receives creditor approval

Thai Airways International (THAI) has reported creditors have accepted amendments to its business reorganisation strategy at an online meeting held late last week. Read More »



Japan Airlines expands non-aviation business with health care partnership

Japan Airlines (JAL) has signed a business alliance agreement with health care services company, J Frontier, as part of its strategy to build new non-core investments. Read More »



LX Pantos acquires shareholding in Korean Air parent

Logistics group, LX Pantos, has purchased 3.83% of Hanjin KAL, the parent company of Korean Air (KAL). Read More »



Auckland Airport has named Melanie Dooney as its new general manager for corporate services with responsibility for health, safety and wellbeing, people and capability, people services, public relations and government relations and legal. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Boeing and Rolls-Royce. Read More »