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APRIL 2022

Week 15

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 12, 2022



BOC Aviation places firm order for 80 A320neo family aircraft

Singapore-headquartered BOC Aviation has signed with Airbus for 80 A320neo family airplanes with deliveries scheduled from 2027 to 2029. Read More »



Jetstar Asia returns to Da Nang after two-year hiatus

Singapore’s Jetstar Asia has resumed nonstop flights from its home hub to Da Nang two years after the route was suspended due to COVID-19. Read More »




SriLankan to grow network to 40% of pre-COVID-19 levels

SriLankan Airlines said its network will reach 40% of pre-COVID-19 levels in the 2022 northern hemisphere summer season amid improving demand. Read More »



Asiana Airlines reports 80% load factor for return to Hawaii

Asiana Airlines said the resumption of nonstop flights to Honolulu from its Seoul Incheon hub has been well received as travellers return to the skies following the easing of international travel restrictions by the South Korean government. Read More »



Mixed forecasts for recovery of Asia-Pacific short-haul business travel: CAPA/Collinson survey

Approximately 24% of senior Asia-Pacific aviation executives expect short-haul corporate travel be above 61% of 2019 levels in 2022, a survey conducted by Collinson and CAPA has revealed. Read More »



PT AirAsia Indonesia president director, Dendy Kurniawan, has submitted his resignation from the LCC, the company said in a regulatory filing to the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Amadeus, Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority, the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines and the South Korea Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. Read More »