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MARCH 2023

Week 12

Orient Aviation Daily Digest March 24, 2023



Japan’s flag carrier puts pen to paper for 21 737 MAX 8s

Japan Airlines (JAL) has signed a firm order for 21 737 MAX 8s with deliveries from 2026. Read More »



Australia's competition regulator issues interim extension to Emirates Airline-Qantas Airways alliance

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has granted interim authorisation for Emirates Airline and Qantas to continue their alliance. Read More »



All Nippon Airways to resume Tokyo to Shanghai and Beijing next month

All Nippon Airways (ANA) will start nonstop Tokyo Haneda to Beijing and Shanghai's two airports from April 1. Read More »



Boeing’s commercial aircraft unit reaffirms 2023 delivery targets

The Boeing Company remains committed to delivering 400-450 737 family aircraft and 70 to 80 787s to customers in 2023, local media reports, quoting the company's chief financial officer, Brian West. Read More »



SriLankan Airlines completes IOSA safety audit

SriLankan Airlines has qualified for issue of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) operational safety audit (IOSA). Read More »



AirAsia Philippines "one with the government" in preventing human trafficking

AirAsia Philippines communications and public affairs country head, Steve Dailisan, has called on air passengers to ensure they have all documents necessary to depart the country on international flights. Read More »


Asia-Pacific Aerospace Briefs Today

Today's briefs report news from Amadeus, BASF Group, Diamond Aircraft Industries, Emirates Flight Training Academy, EVE Air Mobility, Ferrovial Vertiports, Honeywell Aerospace and SIA Engineering Company. Read More »


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