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NOVEMBER 2019

Week 44

Orient Aviation’s Week in the Asia-Pacific

By Asia Editor, Will Horton

 

News

Starlux’s KW Chang flies home first aircraft for new carrier

Da Nang, Macau and Penang first destinations. Read More »


 

News

Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines agree to far-reaching code-share

Joint business formed for Singapore-Malaysia flights. Read More »


 

News

Qatar Airways and Japan Airlines deny reports they will invest in Malaysia Airlines

Media had said Qatar Airways, China Southern and Japan Airlines were possible bidders. Read More »


 

News

Iberia is Spring Airlines second code-share partner

Spanish carrier also partnering with Hainan Airlines. Read More »


 

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News

Fly Gangwon secures AOC and Air Premia orders 787s

Two Korean start-ups moving closer to launch. Read More »


 

News

IndiGo reduces Hong Kong, continues East Asia push, orders 300 A320neo

India’s largest airline plans third Chinese service next year. Read More »


 

People

Dane Cheng moves to Hong Kong Tourism Board

Former Cathay Pacific Airways director sales and marketing, Dane Cheng, is the new executive director of the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB), with effect from today. Read More »


 

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Shorttakes

AIRLINES: All Nippon Airways (ANA) has lowered its outlook for the year to March 31, 2020, due to weak demand for premium travel and reduced cargo income. Read More »