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Week 6

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 6, 2024

By Ryan Chase



Batik Air expands Australia network with Bali-Canberra route

Indonesia’s Batik Air will launch nonstop three times a week Bali to Australia's capital, Canberra, on June 14. Read More »



Swiss International Air Lines to inaugurate Switzerland- South Korea route

Swiss International Air Lines (Swiss) is heading to South Korea for the first time in its history, with nonstop three times a week Zurich-Seoul Incheon to commence on May 7. Read More »



SpiceJet granted religious pilgrimage flight rights for second consecutive year

SpiceJet has secured the rights to operate religious pilgrimage flights from seven cities in India to Saudi Arabia. Read More »



Malaysia Airlines increases Kuala Lumpur-Trivandrum frequency

Malaysia Airlines is adding two weekly flights to its Malaysia-India schedule in response to strong demand and positive load factors. Read More »



Hong Kong airport authority reaffirms redevelopment timeline

Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) said Hong Kong International Airport's (HKIA) three-runway system (3RS) project was on track for completion “on time and as planned” in 2024, with work progressing “steadily on all fronts”. Read More »



Fiji Airways rejects complaint of financial mismanagement over charter operator’s missed payment

Fiji Airways has rejected Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) allegations concerning charter flights from Israel to Fiji in 2023. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Honeywell and RTX. Read More »


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