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MARCH 2024

Week 13

Orient Aviation Daily Digest March 27, 2024

By Ryan Chase



Cebu Pacific back in the black in fiscal 2023

Cebu Pacific has reported a net profit of 7.9 billion peso (US$140 million) for the 12 months to last December 31, returning to profit from a net loss of 14 billion peso in full-year 2022. Read More »




SpiceJet and Export Development Canada settle leasing dispute

SpiceJet is acquiring 100% ownership of 13 Q400s as part of a settlement with Export Development Canada (EDC) over 7.6 billion rupee (US$91 million) in outstanding liabilities due to export credit agency. Read More »



Asiana Airlines last 747-400 retired from fleet

South Korea carrier, Asiana Airlines, is the latest carrier to farewell the 747-400 from commercial flying. Read More »



Qantas Airways boosts schedule across “the ditch” to Christchurch

Qantas Airways has added flights to Christchurch from Brisbane and Melbourne in response to strong demand for travel across the Tasman. Read More »



Thai AirAsia inaugurates Beijing service, AirAsia Malaysia returning to Vientiane

Thai AirAsia (TAA) is launching daily nonstop Bangkok Don Mueang-Beijing on July 1. Read More »



Greater Bay Airlines (GBA) has promoted chief operating officer, Liza Ng, to CEO of the Hong Kong-based carrier. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Challenge Group, DHL Global Forwarding, Korean Air, Rex, Sinopec Corp and TotalEnergies. Read More »


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