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Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 25, 2022



Singapore Airlines group returns to profit

Singapore Airlines (SIA) swung back to the black in the three months to December 31, posting a net profit of S$85 million (US$62 .8 million) for the quarter, up from a net loss of S$142 million in the same three months in 2020. Read More »



Qantas reports US$327.8 million interim loss

Qantas has reported an A$456 million (US$327.8 million) net loss for the six months to December 31; an improvement from a restated A$1.1 billion net loss in the same months in 2020. Read More »




Air New Zealand records US$195.2 million loss; higher oil prices add to tough operating environment

Air New Zealand (Air NZ) chair, Dame Therese Walsh, has warned of more pain for the Kiwi flag carrier from the ongoing impact of COVID-19 and rising fuel prices. Read More »



Losses climb at Thai AirAsia parent company

Thai AirAsia majority owner, Asia Aviation Public Company Limited (AAPC), has reported a net loss of 6.6 billion baht (US$204.3 million) for the 12 months to December 31, slumping deeper into the red from a net loss of 4.8 billion baht in the previous year. Read More »




Japan Airlines boosts frequencies to several Asia-Pacific cities

Japan Airlines (JAL) has added flights to Australia, the Philippines and Vietnam in its latest international schedule update. Read More »



Today's people news reports on leadership changes at Adelaide Airport, Rolls-Royce and SITA. Read More »



Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's aerospace briefs report news from Embraer, Korean Air, Rolls-Royce and Safran. Read More »