Adrian Schofield

Aviation Week
AirAsia X A330-300
AirAsia X to suspend trading pending announcement
Malaysian carrier AirAsia X will suspend trading in its shares on Jan. 30, due to what is expected to be the announcement of a new share rights offer.
Skymark A380 maiden flight
Japan’s Skymark Airlines files for bankruptcy protection
Tokyo-based Skymark Airlines has filed for bankruptcy protection after it was unable to establish a profitable niche in an increasingly competitive Japanese market.
Cathay Pacific 777-300ER
Cathay Pacific sees passenger, cargo gains over holiday peak
Higher leisure traffic offset falling premium demand for Cathay Pacific Airways in the peak month of December, while the cargo operation continued its upward trajectory.
Tigerair A320
Scoot, Tigerair see gains from closer alignment
Singapore-based low-cost carriers (LCCs) Scoot and Tigerair say they are beginning to realize significant benefits from a partnership authorized by competition regulators last year.
Scoot Boeing 777-200
Scoot extends network with Virgin Australia link
Singapore-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot is significantly boosting its network in its key Australian market, thanks to a new interline deal with Virgin Australia.
Cebu Pacific A320
Regulators fine Cebu Pacific for Christmas flight delays
Philippine aviation officials have hit Cebu Pacific with a record fine over a spate of delays during the Christmas period, and changes to regulations may also be forthcoming.
Cebu Pacific A320
Cebu Pacific awaits significant regulatory rulings 
Philippine low-cost carrier Cebu Pacific is due to argue its case this week regarding its application to start flights to Italy, while the airline is also waiting to hear what penalties may be imposed for a rash of delays over the Christmas period.
Scoot to receive first 787 in January
Singapore low-cost carrier Scoot expects to take delivery of the first of its Boeing 787-9 orders in the second half of January, which will trigger the start of a rapid fleet replacement program.
Jeju Air Boeing 737-800
Korean LCCs target Busan-Guam market
South Korean low-cost carriers (LCCs) are ramping up international services to Guam, with two airlines launching routes from the southern city of Busan.
Rendering of A330-200 in Hawaiian Airlines’ livery
Hawaiian Airlines seeks permission for Kona-Haneda flights
Hawaiian Airlines is renewing its push for permission to fly between Kona and Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, which would be an important step in the carrier’s move to increase long-haul services from Hawaiian airports other than its Honolulu hub.
Emirates A380
Emirates adds another Australian A380 service 
Dubai-based Emirates Airline is further boosting its Airbus A380 services to Australia, and it plans to have five daily flights with this aircraft type by the middle of next year.
Garuda Indonesia A330-300
Garuda Indonesia selects Wibowo to replace Satar as CEO 
Garuda Indonesia will join the handful of major Southeast Asian airlines that will start 2015 with a new CEO, as it named the head of its low-cost subsidiary to take over the top job.
ANA Boeing 787
ANA earmarks 787-9 deliveries for international fleet 
All Nippon Airways’ (ANA) plans to continue its international network growth will be supported by the arrival of several more Boeing 787s next year, particularly the stretched -9 version.
Qantas A330
Qantas boosts Japan presence with extra flights 
Qantas is expanding its Japanese services with the launch of a new route, and promises to follow up with another addition in this market soon.
Scoot to launch Melbourne flights with 787 
Singapore-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Scoot has revealed one of the new routes it will introduce with its Boeing 787 deliveries, adding Melbourne as its fourth Australian destination.

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