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Week 7

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 14, 2024

By Ryan Chase



Korean Air-Asiana Airlines merger receives European Commission conditional approval

Korean Air's (KAL) proposed takeover of Asiana Airlines has cleared another hurdle after the European Commission (EC) approved the integration of the airlines but with conditions attached. Read More »




Competition regulator reports Australia's domestic air passenger market “stabilising”

In-country air passenger travel appears to be “stabilising” after several years of fluctuations during the pandemic, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said in its latest Domestic Airline Competition in Australia report. Read More »



Garuda Indonesia to inaugurate daily Jakarta-Doha

Garuda Indonesia will start flying to Doha, hub of codeshare partner Qatar Airways, on April 4. Read More »



Akasa Air expands domestic network to 20 cities

India’s Akasa Air will add daily Mumbai-Srinagar to its flight schedule from March 1. Read More »



Airports of Thailand posts US$131 million profit for latest quarter

Airports of Thailand (AOT) booked a net profit 4.7 billion baht (US$131 million) in its latest reported three months, more than 11 times the net profit of 402.2 million baht in the matching months a year ago. Read More »



Lion Air Group carrier, Batik Air Malaysia, has appointed Datuk Chandran Rama Muthy as CEO of the carrier for the second time. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from gategroup, Pratt & Whitney and Qatar Airways. Read More »


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