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Week 38

Orient Aviation Daily Digest September 20, 2022



Garuda Indonesia seals financing and revenue-sharing deal to fund fleet expansion

Garuda Indonesia has signed a partnership agreement with asset management company, Perusahaan Pengelolaan Asset (PPA), to support rebuilding of the airline's fleet. Read More »



China Airlines records 36% increase in passenger traffic

Taiwan-headquartered China Airlines (CAL) flew 148,557 passengers last month, up 36% from the 109,221 passengers it transported in July. Read More »



Airports lobby group forecasts 1.8 billion Asia-Pacific air passengers for the year

Airports Council International (ACI) Asia-Pacific has predicted passengers travelling by air in the Asia-Pacific will increase by 22%, to 1.8 billion, in 2022 from 1.5 billion air travellers in 2021. Read More »



Hong Kong International Airport reports 479,000 passengers for August

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) said 479,000 passengers passed through Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) terminals last month, up 19.5% from 401,000 passengers in July. Read More »



Passenger and user charges soon to rise at Singapore Changi Airport

Several fees and levies at Singapore Changi Airport will be higher from November. Read More »



India’s Akasa Air to add Delhi to network from October

India’s newest airline, Akasa Air, will inaugurate nonstop Ahmedabad and Bengaluru to Delhi flights on October 7. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Cobham Aviation Services Australia, National Jet Express, Nok Air, Regional Express and ST Engineering. Read More »