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Week 36

Orient Aviation Daily Digest September 9, 2022



Air New Zealand reports 927,000 domestic passengers for July

Air New Zealand (Air NZ) carried 927,000 passengers on its domestic network in July, down 2.8% from the 978,000 passengers it transported in the same month in 2021. Read More »



Japan Airlines boosts international network to Delhi, Jakarta, Chicago and Los Angeles

Japan Airlines (JAL) will increase its Tokyo Haneda-Chicago O'Hare service from three times a week to daily after October 31. Read More »



EVA Air records 50.7% month-on-month passenger expansion in August

EVA Air flew 232,199 passengers in August, up 50.7% month-on-month, from 154,055 passengers in July. Read More »



Virgin Australia's international codeshares receive regulator’s approval

Australia's competition regulator has granted final approval for Virgin Australia's (VA) codeshare pricing agreements with its airline partners. Read More »



Embraer bullish on E2 regional jet’s prospects in Malaysia

Embraer Commercial Aviation vice president for Asia-Pacific, Raul Villaron, has highlighted the potential of the Malaysian market at the Selangor Aviation Airshow. Read More »



Potential disruption at Australian airports averted as Dnata ground handlers call off strike

Australia's Transport Workers' Union (TWU) said ground handling workers at Dnata have called off proposed strike action after securing a new agreement on pay and conditions. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Boom Supersonic, Emirates Airline, Eve Air Mobility, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce, Sydney Airport, Thales and United Airlines. Read More »