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JULY 2020

Week 31

Orient Aviation’s Week in the Asia-Pacific

 

News

Singapore Airlines Group anticipates a capacity collapse of more than 50%

After reporting a quarterly loss this week for its latest quarter, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) group has forecast passenger capacity would be at least 50% lower for its full fiscal year compared with pre-COVID-19 numbers. Read More »


 

News

All Nippon Airways posts US$ 1 billion quarterly net loss

ANA HOLDINGS INC., the parent company of All Nippon Airways (ANA), said this week the airline would reduce in size in the period ahead to "get over COVID-19" after sliding into a quarterly loss in excess of 100 billion yen. Read More »


 

News

India’s IndiGo encouraged by response to restart

IndiGo CEO, Ronojoy Dutta, said this week there had been encouraging signs for the LCC since it resumed scheduled passenger flights in late May. Read More »


 

News

Airbus and Boeing signal production rate changes as billions in first half losses announced

Airbus and Boeing have both announced changes to production rates as weak demand due to the coronavirus pandemic left airlines with less need for new capacity. Read More »


 

News

AirAsia X to “remain in hibernation”, posts net loss

AirAsia X Group said yesterday there was "no clear visibility" in the timing of the aviation sector's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic after the long-haul LCC posted a first quarter net loss of half a billion ringgit. Read More »


 

People

Jayne Hrdlicka joining Hawaiian Airlines board

Hawaiian Airlines has appointed former Jetstar group CEO, Jayne Hrdlicka, to its board of directors. Most recently, Hrdlicka was CEO of New Zealand-based a2 Milk Company. She is also chair of the Tennis Australia board and was an advisor to Bain Capital, the new owner of Virgin Australia. Read More »


 

Short Takes

Nok Air said in a regulatory filing to the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) this week it had applied to Thailand's Central Bankruptcy Court to undergo a business rehabilitation plan. Read More »