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MARCH 2024

Week 12

Orient Aviation Daily Digest March 22, 2024

By Tomasz Sniedziewski



Malaysia Aviation Group records first-ever net profit

Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) posted its first-ever net profit in 2023, reporting RM766 million (US$162 million) net profit after tax and interest (NIAT). Read More »




Japan Airlines orders 42 aircraft new aircraft

Following its board of directors meeting Japan Airlines (JAL) announced on March 21 the decision to acquire 32 aircraft from Airbus and 10 aircraft from Boeing. Read More »



Korean Air announces plan to order 33 Airbus A350 aircraft

Korean Air Lines (KAL) will sign a contract with Airbus for the procurement of 33 A350 family aircraft. Read More »



Cathay Pacific with 61.6% growth in February passenger numbers

On March 21 Cathay Pacific released its traffic figures for February 2024, showing strong travel demand throughout the month, in particular during the Lunar New Year holiday period. Read More »



Tigerair Taiwan adds Fukushima as its 19th destination in Japan

On April 2 Tigerair Taiwan will inaugurate Taipei-Fukushima flights. Read More »



Hong Kong Airlines to resume flights to Saipan

Starting April 28 Hong Kong Airlines will resume Hong Kong-Saipan service. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) of India, FedEx Express, Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, and China Construction Bank. Read More »


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