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Week 6

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 7, 2024

By Ryan Chase



Emirates Airline to restore Dubai-Adelaide in October

Leading Gulf carrier, Emirates Airline, is returning to Adelaide four years after it suspended the route. Read More »



All Nippon Airways partners with Trip.com to reach more potential customers

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has started selling tickets using the New Distribution Capability (NDC) via Trip.com. Read More »



Singapore Changi to match pre-pandemic passenger numbers within the year

Singapore Minister for Transport, Chee Hong Tat, said passenger volumes at Changi Airport are forecast to reach pre-pandemic numbers in 2024. Read More »



Boeing flags another delay to 737 deliveries after discovery of new fuselage issue

Boeing and Spirit AeroSystems have disclosed a “non-conformance in some 737 fuselages” was identified last week related to two holes that may not have been drilled exactly to specifications, Boeing said. Read More »



Hong Kong Airport retail bonds debut on stock exchange

Hong Kong International (HKIA) retail bonds have made their listing debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE). Read More »



Regional Express maintaining route cuts as shortages of essential spares persist

Australia's Regional Express (Rex) will continue to operate a reduced domestic network in the southern hemisphere winter scheduling season because it is still running short of spare aircraft parts. Read More »



Global regional aircraft manufacturer, ATR, has appointed Maria Teresa Pedra Bruno head of Human Resources, effective from February 1. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Air India, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa Systems, Recaro Aircraft Seating, SITA and Spirit AeroSystems. Read More »


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