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APRIL 2019

Week 14

Orient Aviation’s Week in the Asia-Pacific

By Asia Editor, Will Horton



Air Busan to start Seoul flights

Asiana’s LCC will grow in the capital in a bid to capture traffic rights. Read More »



China and Korea expected to add traffic rights

LCCs a beneficiary as routes can have more carrier competition. Read More »



Singapore Airlines closes SilkAir website

Brand integration the latest plan from CEO Goh Choon Phong. Read More »



Airline websites could show competing flights

First is AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes promising to sell competitor flights. Read More »



Jakarta and Nagoya prepare for low-cost terminals

Jakarta opens its LCCT on 1 May while Nagoya prepares for 20 September launch. Read More »


Short Takes

AIR CARGO: Cathay Pacific Cargo and Lufthansa Cargo have expanded their joint business agreement to include eastbound joint shipments from Europe to Hong Kong connecting the special administrative region to 14 cities in Europe and Britain. Read More »