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Orient Aviation Daily Digest December 14, 2021



Hong Kong’s airport reports 120,000 passengers for November

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) had 120,000 passengers pass through its terminals in November, down 12.4% month-on-month from 137,000 passengers in October. Read More »



EVA Air passenger numbers slip slightly in November

EVA Air's monthly traffic report showed the Taiwanese carrier flew 19,030 passengers in November, a 3.5% month-on-month decline from 19,719 in October. Read More »



Garuda Indonesia positive about restructuring ruling

Garuda Indonesia has welcomed a court decision to allow the company to suspend debt payments to creditors, describing it as an important foundation [for recovery] and a positive outcome for the airline. Read More »



Cebu Pacific boosts frequencies on domestic Manila-Iloilo route

Cebu Pacific, the largest airline in the Philippines has received approval for a third daily nonstop flight between Manila and Iloilo from December 16. Read More »



Airlines revel in pent-up passenger demand as Queensland border reopens

Australian airlines are celebrating the reopening of another domestic border with sales and full flights. Read More »



Vietnam restores regular international flights to several countries from January 1

The Vietnamese government has agreed to a resumption of regular commercial flights between Vietnam and international destinations with high COVID-19 “safety coefficients” from January 1, a weekend posting on the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) website has reported. Read More »