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MAY 2024

Week 21

Orient Aviation Daily Digest May 24, 2024

By Tomasz Sniedziewski



IndiGo to introduce business class

IndiGo announced plans to introduce a business class by the end of this year, targeting India’s first-time business travelers. Read More »




Boeing deliveries to China delayed by regulatory review

Boeing has not delivered airplanes to China since the end of April due to an ongoing regulatory review of batteries powering the cockpit voice recorder, Reuters Agency reports. Read More »



STARLUX Airlines to lease six more Airbus A321neo

The board of directors of STARLUX Airlines decided on Tuesday to authorize leasing of six additional Airbus A321neo aircraft. Read More »



Qantas and Jetstar apply to operate flights to Vanuatu

Qantas Airways wants to take over from August routes previously operated by Air Vanuatu. Read More »



StarFlyer to lease up to five Airbus A320neo from ANA HOLDINGS

The board of StarFlyer approved the decision to lease three Airbus A320neos with option for the next two. Read More »



Tokyo Haneda books a record number of foreign passengers in FY2023

International flight passengers at Tokyo Haneda Airport totaled a record high of 19.1 million in fiscal year 2023. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Saudia Group, COMAC, Embraer, Avfuel, Atlas Air Worldwide, Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA), FPT Software, and JAL Information Technology (JIT). Read More »


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