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Orient Aviation Daily Digest December 16, 2022



SIA group reports 2.4 million passengers for November

Singapore Airlines (SIA) said passenger numbers flown by the group’s two carriers rose 6.1%, to 2.4 million in November, from the 2.3 million air travellers they transported in October. Read More »



All Nippon Airways posts 58.4% increase in domestic passengers

All Nippon Airways (ANA) grew the number of domestic passengers it carried by 58.4%, to 3.3 million in November, from 2.1 million in the same month a year earlier. Read More »




Jetstar to launch nonstop Brisbane-Auckland in first quarter 2023

Jetstar Airways will add nonstop Brisbane-Auckland to its network from next March 27. Read More »



Air China domestic passengers decline 19.3% traffic update reports

Air China flew 2.1 million passengers on its domestic network in November, down 19.3% from the 2.6 million passengers it transported in October. Read More »



China Southern Airlines books 32% fewer domestic passengers

China Southern Airlines (CSA) flew 2.7 million passengers on its domestic network in November, down 32% from the 4 million passengers carried in October. Read More »



China Eastern Airlines flew 2.5 million domestic travellers in November

China Eastern Airlines (CEA) carried 2.5 million air travellers on its Mainland network in November, down 17.8% from the 3 million domestic customers flown in October. Read More »



Today's people news reports an Airbus board appointment and the resignation of the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia’s CEO. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Embraer. Read More »


Editorial Note

This is the final edition of the Orient Aviation Daily Digest for 2022. Read More »