A trusted source of Asia-Pacific commercial aviation news and analysis

MARCH 2019

Week 13

Orient Aviation’s Week in the Asia-Pacific

By Asia Editor, Will Horton



‘End of an Era’ for Cho and Park

In under 30 hours, Korean Air Chairman Cho failed to get re-elected while Asiana Chairman Park resigned. Read More »



AirAsia considers Macau base

Tony Fernandes sees Macau as gateway to mainland China after JV failed. Read More »



Air New Zealand plans Seoul and other growth post-Rolls-Royce problems

Schedule growing as airline has full 787 fleet after Rolls-Royce engine work. Read More »



HK Express acquisition could set new benchmark for competition concentration

Peers are watching to see how much market concentration Cathay can achieve. Read More »



Royal Brunei considers oneworld Connect Membership

Brunei’s flag airline has grown European interline with British Airways. Read More »



Airbus and China announce 300 aircraft order

Only 10 widebodies included as Airbus seeks to break Boeing’s widebody dominance. Read More »



Singapore Airlines and Garuda to increase codeshare

Singapore-Jakarta codeshare adds to Surabaya and Denpasar (Bali). Read More »



GA Telesis sets up sales office in Singapore

Lessor and components solutions and services provider, GA Telesis, is developing its Asia-Pacific footprint with the appointment of Priscilla Ang as director of business development for the region, based in Singapore. Read More »



Panasonic names new sales leader

Malcolm McKay is Panasonic’s new vice president sales with the remit to develop the company’s digital solutions, Software as a Service (SaaS), technical services and connectivity and sales operations & enablement worldwide. Read More »