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Week 7

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 14, 2022



Singapore Airshow to focus on COVID-19 recovery and sustainability

Organiser of this week's Singapore Airshow, Experia, expects 13,000 trade delegates to attend the event. Read More »



Airbus showcases four commercial aircraft types at Singapore Airshow

Airbus’s long-range A350-1000 will participate in the flying program at this week's Singapore Airshow and three Airbus commercial aircraft – a Cebu Pacific Air A330neo, a Korean Air A220 regional aircraft and a Singapore Airlines A350-900 – will be featured in the show’s static display park. Read More »




Japan Airlines announces streamlined domestic fares

Japan Airlines (JAL) has scrapped its existing domestic fare structure in favour of a streamlined approach for bookings made after May 17, 2022 and for its departing flights from April 12, 2023. Read More »



New AirAsia Aviation Group chairman named in airline company restructure

Capital A's aviation unit has been renamed AirAsia Aviation Group Limited (AAAGL) and will be led by Jamaludin Ibrahim as independent non-executive chairman. Read More »




Singapore Airlines Group to participate in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) pilot program

Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) will commence a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) pilot later this year with a blend of SAF from Neste and conventional jet fuel from ExxonMobil. Read More »



Australia’s February domestic air fares up to 25% lower than a year ago

Australia's domestic airfares remained well below year ago levels in February, reports the country's Bureau of Infrastructure and Transport Research Economics (BITRE). Read More »




Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's aerospace briefs report on announcements from Embraer’s Eve, Skyports, ST Engineering and Sumitomo Corporation. Read More »