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NOVEMBER 2019

Week 46

Orient Aviation’s Week in the Asia-Pacific

By Asia Editor, Will Horton

 

News

AAPA cancels Hong Kong Assembly of Presidents

Disruptive protests have become “unpredictable”. Passenger traffic remains down with slowing aircraft movements. Read More »


 

News

Malaysia wants FAA re-assessment within a year

Downgrade to Category 2 impacts AirAsia X expansion. Read More »


 

News

Third time not lucky for Qantas in Beijing

Australia-China overcapacity persists. Read More »


 

News

Korea’s Hyundai and a partner are Asiana’s new investors

Airline’s majority investor, Kumho Industrial, selling 31% holding. Read More »


 

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News

Philippines mourns loss of two corporate luminaries

Industry pays tribute to Cebu Pacific founder and PAL boss of three weeks after their passing earlier this month. Read More »


 

News

HK Express receives A321neos in group fleet re-assessment

Cathay Pacific LCC to receive 16 neos from 2022. Read More »


 

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People

New Emirates head of commercial in Asia

Orhan Abbas has transferred to senior vice president commercial for Southeast and East Asia, following his previous role as senior vice president for commercial operations in Africa. Read More »


 

Shorttakes

MRO: China Southern Airlines (CSA) and GE Aviation have agreed to a 12-year TrueChoice agreement for the carrier’s 30 787s, with the last due to arrive at CSA next year. Read More »