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Week 36

Orient Aviation Daily Digest September 7, 2022



Jetstar scrambling to accommodate stranded passengers after several 787-8s grounded

Australia-based Jetstar Airways is adding flights to Bali to clear a backlog of passengers stranded in the Indonesian tourist mecca following problems with several of the Qantas Group LCC's 787-8s. Read More »



China Airlines boosts international network after border restrictions relaxed

In its latest schedule update, Taiwan’s China Airlines (CAL) has announced new international services. Read More »



Thai AirAsia opening to India’s Gaya

Thai AirAsia (TAA) will inaugurate nonstop Bangkok Don Mueang-Gaya on October 30. Read More »



All Nippon Airways adding Honolulu, Singapore and Sydney flight frequencies

From next month, All Nippon Airways (ANA) will operate more flights between Tokyo and Honolulu. Read More »



Emirates Airline cargo transports no charge aid relief to flood-ravaged Pakistan

Emirates Airline is operating free of charge cargo capacity on its 53 flights weekly between Dubai and flooded Pakistan. Read More »



Italy’s ITA Airways heading to Delhi

ITA Airways will launch nonstop Rome Fiumicino-Delhi on December 3. Read More »



Former KLM Royal Dutch Airlines CEO, Pieter Elbers, started as IndiGo’s CEO on September 6, succeeding Ronojoy Dutta, the airline has informed India's BSE stock exchange. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Malaysia Airports, Safran and Thales. Read More »