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Week 14

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 3, 2024

By Ryan Chase



PAL Holdings doubles net profit in fiscal 2023

PAL Holdings, parent of Philippine Airlines, has reported a net profit of 16.8 billion peso (US$298 million) for full-year 2023, more than double the 8.1 billion peso net profit it booked in the previous year. Read More »




SpiceJet acquires Q400s after Nordic Aviation Capital settlement

SpiceJet has taken ownership of six Q400 turboprops as part of the resolution of a dispute with lessor Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC). Read More »



Korean Air confirms A350 order

Airbus said Korean Air (KAL) has finalised an order for 27 A350-1000s and six A350-900s, a deal first disclosed in March. Read More »



India's Ministry of Civil Aviation “monitoring” Vistara cancellations

The Ministry of Civil Aviation in India said it is keeping a close watch on the number of flight cancellations and delayed services at Vistara. Read More »



Qantas resumes nonstop Sydney-Port Moresby after five decade hiatus

Qantas Airways restored Sydney-Port Moresby on April 1, when 737-800 registration VH-VZX operated the QF191/192 rotation between the two cities. Read More »



IndiGo introducing another India-Abu Dhabi route in May

IndiGo will launch nonstop flights from Kannur, near Kerala in India's south, to the Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates on May 9. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from All Nippon Airways, Fly91, GE, Pratt & Whitney, Pratt & Whitney Canada and SIA Engineering Company. Read More »


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