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Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 24, 2022



Malaysia Airlines and Qatar Airways deepen cooperation

Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) and Qatar Airways have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to expand their existing partnership to more codeshare flights and cooperation in air cargo, operations and commercial services. Read More »



China Southern Airlines to cease A380 operations this year; media reports

China Southern Airlines (CSA) plans to retire its five A380s by the end of the year, local media has reported, citing internal correspondence. Read More »




All Nippon Airways to roll out new plant-based meals on international flights

All Nippon Airways (ANA) plans to offer new, more sustainably sourced meals on selected international routes from March 1. Read More »



Sydney Airport full-year net loss widens to US$194.1 million

Sydney Airport has reported an A$266.9 million (US$194.1 million) net loss for calendar 2021, a deterioration from a net loss of A$145.6 million in the previous year. Read More »




Thailand to ease travel restrictions from March 1

Thailand has relaxed COVID-19 testing requirements for travellers and reduced the days visitors must spend in a government-approved hotel after they arrive in the country. Read More »



Capital A, the company formerly known as AirAsia Group, has named Surina Shukri as an independent non-executive director. Read More »



Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's aerospace briefs report news from Airbus, Asia Airfreight Terminal Co. Ltd, CFM International, Liebherr-Singapore, Plaza Premium Group, SATS Ltd and Topcast Group. Read More »