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Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 11, 2022



Japan Airlines cuts domestic schedule for February and March

Japan Airlines (JAL) has further reduced its domestic flying for the remainder of February and the first half of March in response to market conditions. Read More »



New Vistara CEO presents upbeat outlook for the India carrier

Vistara CEO, Vinod Kannan, has told local media bookings at the India-headquartered full service carrier were increasing amid signs of improving market demand. Read More »




Five million passengers took Mainland domestic flights during Lunar New Year

Airlines in China transported five million passengers on domestic flights during the recent Lunar New Year holiday, up 40.2% from the prior year's numbers, figures from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) show. Read More »



Australia’s Alliance Aviation posts US$2.4 million interim loss

Australian regional airline and fly-in, fly-out operator, Alliance Aviation Services, said all 32 of its recently acquired E190 regional jets will be flying by June, but that the substantial investment in its fleet had pushed the carrier into the red. Read More »




Philippines removes quarantine for international travellers

The Philippines has commenced accepting international visitors to the country on a quarantine-free basis. Read More »



Leadership changes at ANA HOLDINGS and All Nippon Airways

ANA HOLDINGS INC, the parent company of All Nippon Airways and Peach, has named Koji Shibata to succeed Shinya Katanozaka as president and CEO. Read More »



Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's aerospace briefs include announcements from Airports of Thailand, Airbus, Air Liquide, Incheon International Airport Corporation and Rolls-Royce. Read More »