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Week 6

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 9, 2024

By Tomasz Sniedziewski



Asia-Pacific airlines accepted 12 Airbus aircraft in January

Airbus started 2024 with 31 orders and 30 deliveries to 18 clients last month, with a majority of the aircraft delivered to Asia-Pacific customers. Read More »




Thai Airways International commits to 45 787s, Reuter’s news agency reports

Global news agency, Reuter’s, has reported, quoting industry sources, that Thai Airways International (THAI) has placed a firm order for 45 787s and up to 35 options. Read More »



Avolon announces net income of US$339 million for fiscal 2023

Lessor Avolon booked US$110 million in net income in the final quarter of last year and US$339 million for the full year. Read More »



Pilot strike at regional Qantas subsidiary forces flight cancellations

Multiple flights were canceled in Australia on February 8 after members of the Australian Federation of Air Pilots (AFAP), employed by Qantas subsidiary Network Aviation went on strike. Read More »



All Nippon Airways to introduce high-density 787-10s to network

All Nippon Airways (ANA) is planning to inaugurate 787-10s configured with high density seating to its domestic network in early March, ANA’s chief commercial officer, Kimihiro Nakahori, has told Japan’s Aviation Wire. Read More »



BBN Airlines Indonesia adds 737-800s and a 737 freighter to fleet

BBN Airlines Indonesia, a subsidiary of ACMI provider, Avia Solutions Group, will add three 737-800s and one 737-400F to its operations next month. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today’s briefs report news from Airbus, China Southern Airlines, Dynamatic Technologies, Heston MRO, Honeywell, Lufthansa Technik and Rokid AR. Read More »


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