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APRIL 2024

Week 15

Orient Aviation Daily Digest April 11, 2024

By Tomasz Sniedziewski



Boeing deliveries cut back in first quarter 2024

In the three months to March 31, Boeing delivered 83 airplanes to customers: 67 737 MAXs, three 767s and 13 787s. Read More »




Airbus delivered 36 aircraft to Asia-Pacific customers in first three months of the year

Airbus delivered 142 aircraft to clients in the first quarter of 2024, 12% more than in the same months in 2023. Read More »




Juneyao Air to receive all ordered 787s by year-end

On April 2, Juneyao Air accepted its eighth 787-9, the airline said on Facebook. Read More »



EVA Airways to take on new rivals with increased frequency to Seattle

From June 25, EVA Airways will add three more flights a week from Taipei to Seattle increasing the route to 10 times a week. Read More »



Air India to build Bengaluru into premier aviation hub

Air India (AI), and Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) intend to develop Bengaluru into southern India’s premier aviation hub boosting connectivity into and from India. Read More »



Qantas Airways returns its oldest A380 to service as international travel demand accelerates

The oldest A380 in the Qantas Airways fleet, registration VH-OQA, has started flying on selected routes to North America. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from CFM International, Sabre Corporation, AirJapan, Embraer, Horizon Air, ZeroAvia, FEAM Aero and Gogo Business Aviation. Read More »


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