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APRIL 2024

Week 14

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 2, 2024

By Ryan Chase



New JAL Group CEO reaffirms focus on customers

JAL Group president and CEO, Mitsuko Tottori, has formally taken the reins of flag carrier, Japan Airlines. Read More »




China Eastern Airlines posts US$1.1 billion annual net loss

China Eastern Airlines (CEA) has reported a net loss of 8.2 billion yuan (US$1.1 billion) for the 12 months to December 31 compared with a 37.4 billion yuan net loss in the previous year. Read More »



Malaysia on track to surpass 2019 air passenger traffic numbers

The Malaysian Aviation Commission (MAVCOM) said airline passenger numbers for the first two months of calendar 2024 suggested Malaysia is on track to exceed 2019 air traveller numbers this year. Read More »



Jetstar Asia to inaugurate seasonal Singapore-Broome

Jetstar Asia will add Broome to its network with twice weekly flights from Singapore Changi to the north western Australian coastal enclave from June 25. Read More »



Air China narrows net losses to US$144million in calendar 2023

Air China booked a net loss of 1 billion yuan (US$144 million) for the 12 months to December 31 against a 38.6 billion yuan net loss in full-year 2022. Read More »



Atlas Air to operate second China-U.S. 777F service for YunExpress

Atlas Air Worldwide will fly a second 777F freighter for YunExpress under a long-term charter agreement. Read More »



BOC Aviation said Liu Jin has submitted his resignation as its chair and a non-executive director “due to work arrangements”. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Ant International, Capital A, China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited, China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co, Honeywell and Trip.com Group. Read More »


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