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Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 22, 2022



International visitors return to Australia after border rules relaxed

Australia is welcoming international visitors for the first time since the start of the pandemic, giving hope to thousands of tourism and hospitality businesses across the country that an often stalled recovery will finally take hold. Read More »



Malaysia’s air traffic “resilient” in January

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) said passenger traffic has held up well amid the challenges presented by the Omicron variant of COVID-19. Read More »




SpiceJet posts US$3.1 million quarterly profit

India’s SpiceJet has reported a net profit of 232.8 million rupee (US$3.1 million) for the three months to December 31, swinging to profitability from a net loss of 5.6 billion rupee in the same months in 2020. Read More »



Greater Bay Airlines receives licence from Hong Kong regulator

Greater Bay Airlines has been granted a licence from Hong Kong's Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) to commence scheduled commercial flights. Read More »




AirAsia X seeks US$39.7 million in fresh capital through rights issue

AirAsia X (AAX) is aiming to raise 166 million ringgit (US$39.7 million) of fresh capital through the sale of 414 million new shares via a one-for-one rights issue at 28 sen per share. Read More »



China Southern Airlines receives two A319neo

China Southern Airlines (CSA) has accepted delivery of its first two A319neo, flight tracking websites show. Read More »




Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's aerospace briefs report the latest news from Atlas Air, Cainiao Network, Embraer, Menzies Aviation and National Aviation Services. Read More »