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MARCH 2022

Week 11

Orient Aviation Daily Digest March 18, 2022



All Nippon Airways records deep month-on-month decline in domestic air traffic

In February All Nippon Airways (ANA) domestic passenger numbers fell 39%, to one million, against 1.7 million customers flown in January. Read More »



Air Canada boosts Oceania schedule and network

Air Canada will resume two routes to Oceania and boost frequencies on a third service to the region in anticipation of a lift in international travel. Read More »



Hong Kong International Aviation Academy further enhances your training experience

The new campus and five specialised training centres have come into service in the Hong Kong International Aviation Academy (HKIAA). Read More »



Cebu Pacific reports 85% of flight crew have received COVID-19 booster vaccine

Cebu Pacific (CEB) said this week 85% of its pilots and cabin crew have received a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Read More »



China Airlines records US$332 million profit for fiscal 2021

China Airlines (CAL) has reported a net profit of TW$9.4 billion (US$332 million) for the 12 months to December 31, up sharply from a net profit of TW$140 million in the previous year. Read More »



Vietjet to increase international network as Vietnam eases entry and quarantine rules

Vietjet will resume flying to destinations across Asia as Vietnam eases entry restrictions for visitors to the country. Read More »



EVA Air returns to profit on crest of air cargo wave

EVA Airways (EVA) has reported a net profit of TW$6.6 billion (US$234 million) for the 12 months to December 31, swinging back to the black from a net loss of TW$3.4 billion in fiscal year 2020. Read More »



Japan Airlines domestic passenger numbers decline 39.9% month-on-month

Japan Airlines (JAL) flew 920,158 passengers on its domestic network in February, down 39.9% from the 1.5 million passengers it carried in January. Read More »