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Week 4

Orient Aviation Daily Digest January 26, 2024

By Tomasz Sniedziewski



Boeing resumes 737 MAX deliveries to China U.S. aviation media reports

At press time, China Southern Airlines (CSA) was accepting a 737 MAX 8 in Guangzhou, the first delivery of the type since China grounded the MAX in March 2019. Read More »



All Nippon Airways subsidiary, AirJapan, receives launch aircraft

ANA HOLDINGS INC. subsidiary, AirJapan, has accepted its first airliner, a 787-8 registration JA803A formerly operated by All Nippon Airways (ANA). Read More »



COMAC C919 to be on static display at Singapore’s air show

Commercial Aircraft Corp of China Ltd (COMAC) will present the C919 jet at next month’s Singapore Airshow, reports Bloomberg quoting information from people familiar with the matter as well as agreeing to the jet participating in the air show’s flying display. Read More »



China Airlines to increase frequency to Fukuoka and Kumamoto

From March 31, Taiwan’s China Airlines (CAL) will expand its schedule from Taipei Tayouan to Japan’s Fukuoka and Kumamoto. Read More »



South Korea’s transport ministry reports busier skies through the country’s air traffic corridors

Air traffic in South Korean airspace grew 45% in 2023 compared with the previous year, the South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has announced. Read More »



India’s Mumbai Airport processed best ever international passenger traffic numbers in 2023

Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) handled 51.58 million passengers in 2023, the highest number in its history and a 110% recovery from pre-pandemic 2019. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today’s briefs report news from Arconic Group, Bombardier, Hainan Airlines, Qantas Group, SATS and TASL. Read More »


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