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JUNE 2021

Week 26

Orient Aviation Daily Digest June 30, 2021

By Jordan Chong



VietJet forecasts 20% revenue growth for calendar 2021

Directors of LCC VietJet told shareholders at the company's annual general meeting it was targeting revenue growth of 20% in calendar 2021. Read More »



Korean Air and Hyundai to increase sustainable aviation fuel production capacity

Korean Air (KAL) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Hyundai Oilbank to increase production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Read More »



All Nippon Airways launches Tokyo-Beijing cargo route

All Nippon Airways (ANA) will commence twice a week 767/F cargo flights between Beijing Capital Airport and Tokyo Narita from July 2. Read More »



Asiana Airlines raises US$98 million in corporate bond sale

South Korea's Asiana Airlines has raised 110 billion won (US$98 million) through the sale of corporate bonds. Read More »



Australia's Rex eyes expansion, signs LoI for two more 737-800s

Australia's Regional Express (Rex) said in a regulatory filing to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) it had signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for the leasing of two more 737-800s. Read More »



GECAS increases order for 777-300ERSF converted freighters

GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) has increased its firm order for 777-300ERSF (Special Freighter) aircraft after exercising options for three more of the type. Read More »