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MARCH 2024

Week 12

Orient Aviation Daily Digest March 19, 2024

By Ryan Chase



AirAsia Cambodia unveils inaugural network, launches ticket sales

AirAsia Cambodia has started ticket sales ahead of a scheduled May 2 launch of commercial services to three domestic destinations. Read More »




Korean Air resuming four routes as part of international expansion

Korean Air (KAL) said its international network capacity, measured by available seat kilometres (ASK), was expected to reach 96% of pre-COVID-19 levels in the 2024 northern hemisphere summer scheduling season, with flights to four cities to resume next month and frequencies added to existing routes. Read More »



Japan Airlines reports double-digit domestic passenger growth for February

Japan Airlines (JAL) transported 2.8 million passengers on its domestic network in February, up 15.5% from the 2.4 million passengers it carried in the same month in 2023. Read More »



SpiceJet adds two A340s for religious pilgrimage flights

India-based SpiceJet has signed lease agreements for two A340 aircraft for religious pilgrimage flights to Saudi Arabia. Read More »



Embraer posts return to profitability, flags increase in aircraft deliveries in 2024

Embraer has reported net profit of US$164 million for the 12 months to December 31 2023, returning to profitability from a net loss of US$185.4 million in calendar 2022. Read More »



KLIA passengers up 41.5% in February

Passenger numbers at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) rose 41.5% to 4.7 million in February 2024, from 3.3 million the previous month. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from International Aero Engines and Malaysia Airports. Read More »


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