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Week 9

Orient Aviation Daily Digest February 27, 2024

By Ryan Chase



IndiGo adding holiday island Bali to Indonesia network

IndiGo will operate to a second destination in Indonesia from March 29 with the inauguration of nonstop daily Bengaluru-Bali. Read More »




Delta Air Lines requests “slow waiver” for most of its China routes

Atlanta-headquartered Delta Air Lines has asked the U.S. Department of Transportation (DoT) for a “temporary dormancy waiver” that would allow it to retain 32 of the 42 Mainland frequencies it does not intend to use between March 31 to October 26 this year. Read More »



All Nippon Airways domestic passengers decline 4.2% from a year ago

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has reported domestic passengers flown in January numbered 2.9 million compared with 3 million a year earlier. Read More »



Japan Airlines flew 15% more domestic passengers last month compared with 2023

Japan Airlines (JAL) transported 2.6 million passengers on its domestic network in January, up from the 2.2 million passengers it carried in the same 31 days in 2023. Read More »



Australia's domestic punctuality improves; Regional Airlines best performer

Australia's domestic airlines improved their on-time performance and cancellation rates in January, ending four consecutive months of deteriorating punctually and increased cancellations. Read More »



Hong Kong airport throughput improves to 4.1 million passengers

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) said air travellers processed in January almost doubled from the 2.1 million passengers that passed through its two terminals 12 months earlier. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Cathay Cargo and the 2024 Singapore Airshow. Read More »


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