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APRIL 2022

Week 15

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 14, 2022



AirAsia to resume three Malaysia-India routes by May 1

AirAsia Malaysia will add three routes to its India network as it moves towards restoring capacity between the two countries to pre-COVID-19 levels. Read More »



Boeing reports 95 commercial aircraft deliveries in January-March quarter

Boeing delivered 95 commercial aircraft in the three months to March 31, 2022, up 23% from 77 aircraft in the same months in 2021. Read More »




Air New Zealand boosts flights to Australia after start of quarantine-free travel

Air New Zealand (AirNZ) chief customer and sales officer, Leanne Geraghty, said the airline has added 96 flights to its Australia-New Zealand schedule in the April-June period after quarantine-free travel was resumed across the Tasman. Read More »



Airbus maintains 2022 guidance

Airbus has reaffirmed its February financial and aircraft delivery guidance at the company's annual general meeting in Amsterdam, despite the challenges presented to industry by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Read More »



Second t'way A330-300 to enter service

South Korea's t'way has announced its second A330-300 will commence commercial service on April 15 flying the Seoul Gimpo-Jeju route. Read More »



Cebu Pacific receives 10th A321neo

Cebu Pacific's 10th A321neo has joined the fleet and started commercial operations, providing the LCC with additional capacity amid improving market conditions. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Air Lease Corporation, AerCap, Airbus, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, marhaba and Plaza Premium Group. Read More »


The Orient Aviation Media Group team extends its best wishes for a happy Easter to our Orient Aviation Daily Digest readers. Read More »