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NOVEMBER 2019

Week 47

Orient Aviation’s Week in the Asia-Pacific

By Asia Editor, Will Horton

 

News

MH370 investigator to assist in Malaysia’s efforts to regain FAA category 1 rating

Three International Civil Aviation Organisation staff to join eight-person task force. Read More »


 

News

Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways each add one flight to the U.S.

Both carriers will use five of their new slots to move Narita flights to Haneda. Read More »


 

News

Thai government faction pressing for more provincial flights in exchange for reduced fuel taxes

Government earns US$99 million a year from aviation fuel excise. Read More »


 

News

Manila slot allocation is unfair says United Airlines

United Airlines wants U.S. government to defer PAL Express/PAL code-share. Read More »


 

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Malaysia analyses flag carrier's role as an economic contributor to the country

Airline’s contribution is more than financial accounts says government owner. Read More »


 

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European expansion for All Nippon Airways

Only Japanese carrier to serve Istanbul, Milan and Stockholm. Read More »


 

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Shorttakes

LEASING: Lessor CDB Aviation has delivered the first of six A330-900neo to a new customer, Garuda Indonesia, in a long-term sale and leaseback deal. Read More »