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MARCH 2022

Week 13

Orient Aviation Daily Digest March 31, 2022



Air New Zealand unveils US$1.5 billion recapitalisation plan, issues improved earnings outlook

Air New Zealand (AirNZ) has announced a NZ$2.2 billion (US$1.5 billion) recapitalisation package. Read More »



Air Tahiti Nui to fly to Seattle from October

Oceania carrier, Air Tahiti Nui, is scheduling twice a week nonstop flights between Papeete and Seattle from October operating with 787-9 aircraft. Read More »



CDB's aircraft leasing business returns to profit

China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co's (CDB) aircraft leasing business reported profit before tax of 312.9 million yuan (US$49.3 million) for 2021, returning to the black from a loss before tax of 305.9 million yuan in 2020. Read More »



AerCap reports US$89 million quarterly profit

Dublin-headquartered AerCap has reported a net profit of US$88.8 million for the three months to December 31, 2021 up from US$28.5 million in the same three months in 2020. Read More »



Japan Airlines plans frequency increases on international routes

Japan Airlines (JAL) will expand its international network in response to improved market conditions. Read More »



Airports of Thailand Public Company Ltd said in a regulatory filing to the Stock Exchange of Thailand that Sarawut Benjakul had resigned as chairman of the board, effective from March 30.


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Air bp, China Airlines, Inmarsat, Malaysia Aviation Group, Pratt & Whitney and SITA. Read More »