A trusted source of Asia-Pacific commercial aviation news and analysis


Week 8

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 20, 2024

By Ryan Chase



Air New Zealand reports 4.9% passenger growth, warns of softer second half

Air New Zealand (Air NZ) predicts its financial performance for second half 2023-2024 to be “markedly lower than the first half”. Read More »




Air China recorded 47.7% increase in passengers for January

Air China flew 12.1 million passengers on its domestic and international services last month, up from the 6.8 million customers it transported a year ago. Read More »



Japan Airlines to resume Nagoya-Shanghai in March

Japan Airlines (JAL) will return nonstop Nagoya Chubu-Shanghai Pudong on March 31; almost four years after the pandemic forced suspension of the route. Read More »



China Eastern Airlines flew 11.3 million passengers in January

China Eastern Airlines (CEA) reported passenger numbers increased 63.5% last month from 6.9 million air travellers a year earlier. Read More »



China Southern Airlines reports 13.2 million passengers in peak season January

China Southern Airlines (CSA) transported 40.1% more passengers on its domestic and international networks last month, up from the 9.5 million customers the largest airline in China transported 12 months ago. Read More »


Singapore Airshow Roundup

The Singapore Airshow officially kicks off today, but there was news on the eve of the industry gathering from CAE, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Embraer, Eve Air Mobility, Pratt & Whitney and Yugo Global Industries. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from ATR, Malaysia Aviation Group and Silk Avia. Read More »


Advertising Inquiries:

Christine McGee
Publisher & editor-in-chief
E: Christine@orientaviation.com
M: +852 6438 3379