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APRIL 2024

Week 15

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 9, 2024

By Ryan Chase



Qantas Airways announces new flight redemption option for frequent flyers

Qantas Airways is to release an additional 20 million seats for redemption flights via a new Classic Plus option for frequent flyers. Read More »




China Airlines launches recruitment drive; conducting road shows to attract cockpit crew

China Airlines (CAL) is looking to employ 100 staff for roles in customer service, accounting personnel, IT, engineering and maintenance. Read More »




All Nippon Airways adds Okinawa to frozen food cargo service

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has expanded its air freight service to frozen food deliveries between Osaka and Okinawa. Read More »



Korean Air to commence seasonal Seoul Incheon-Taichung in May

Korean Air (KAL) will include Seoul to Taichung in central Taiwan in its network for eight weeks from next month. Read More »



Japan Airlines courts corporate support for sustainable aviation fuel development

Japan Airlines (JAL) has launched a program offering corporate customers the opportunity to support the expansion of the sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry. Read More »



Australia’s Perth Airport reports international passenger numbers better pre-pandemic 2019 levels

Western Australia’s Perth Airport said 350,387 international passengers were processed through its terminals last February, a 12% improvement from the same month in 2020 and an 8% increase over February 2019. Read More »


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