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Week 39

Orient Aviation Daily Digest September 29, 2023



China Eastern orders 100 C919s

China Eastern Airlines (CEA) has signed a purchase agreement with Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) for 100 C919s narrowbody aircraft. Read More »




Air NZ reports a softening of corporate and domestic demand

Air New Zealand chair, Dame Therese Walsh, said the local market had softened in recent weeks amid an uncertain economic environment. Read More »



SriLankan and Virgin Australia sign interline agreement

SriLankan Airlines has established an interline agreement with Virgin Australia (VA) covering both domestic Australian routes and international destinations in Fiji, New Zealand and Samoa served by the Australian carrier. Read More »



Changi completes upgrades to Terminal 2 Northern Wing

Singapore Changi Airport said operations commenced in the northern wing of Terminal 2 yesterday (September 28) after the completion of three and a half years of engineering works. Read More »



Tokyo Narita reports 3.2 million passengers for August

Tokyo Narita Airport reported 3.2 million passengers for August, up 91.5% from 1.7 million in the same month in 2022. Read More »



China Southern boosts services to London

China Southern Airlines (CSA) is resuming nonstop flights twice a week between Zhengzhou and London Gatwick from December 16, local media reported, citing a schedule update and statements from the company. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Eve Air Mobility, Embraer, Moviation, Quickstep Holdings, SIA Engineering Company and ST Engineering. Read More »


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