Chen Chuanren

Thai Vietjet Air’s first Airbus A321
Thai VietJet Air takes first A321; plans to have 30 aircraft by 2021
LCC Thai VietJet Air has welcomed its first Airbus A321, at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Artist’s impression of the expansion Adelaide Airport.
Adelaide selected to host World Routes 2019
The Australian Tourism Commission, Tourism Australia and Adelaide Airport will host the World Routes Development Forum 2019 in what the southern Australian city hopes will put it on the world map in the aviation sector.
Manchester Airport execs: Shanghai-Manchester market severely unserved
Airports and airlines in Shanghai, China and Manchester, England are missing out on a 160,000-passenger market annually if the nonstop route between the two cities is not being used, UK-based Manchester Airport executives said at World Routes 2018.
The Xi’an Xianyang International Airport.
China West Airport Group grows with One Belt One Road 
China West Airport Group (CWAG) hopes the One Belt One Road initiative will propel its Xi’an hub to one of the top few airports in China.
China Southern Boeing 777-300ER
China Southern eyes 150 widebody aircraft by 2020
China Southern Airlines is looking at a fleet of 150 widebody, long-haul aircraft by 2020 as the Guangzhou-based carrier seeks expansion opportunities.
Myanmar’s Yangon airport aims to attract new carriers
Myanmar’s Yangon International Airport still sees enormous potential for commercial aviation in Myanmar, despite recent news of local airline startups folding.
Vinci Airports seeks to diversify Cambodian portfolio
Wary of an overdependence on Chinese markets and airlines, French airports operator Vinci Airports hope to attract more international markets to its fast-growing Cambodian airports.
Eyes on Guangzhou as World Routes 2018 opens
The annual World Routes Development Forum opened in Guangzhou on Sept. 16.
China’s Tengchong Airport opens Terminal 2
China’s Tengchong Tuofeng Airport opened its second terminal Sept. 9, as part of an expansion program that began in March 2015.
Singapore Airlines to deploy A350 on Adelaide route
Singapore Airlines (SIA) will introduce a high-density Airbus A350-900 for its medium-haul operations.
SF Airlines’ Boeing 767-300F in Singapore
SF Airlines launches China’s first Singapore courier cargo service
SF Airlines has started China’s first courier cargo airline to operate scheduled service from China to Singapore. The inaugural Boeing 767-300F flight from Shenzhen arrived at Singapore’s Changi Airport on Sept. 4.
Hong Kong Airlines unveils new A350 business class
Hong Kong Airlines has officially launched its new business class product on the airline’s latest Airbus A350-900.
Singapore’s HAITE and Malaysia’s MAB Academy to form training JV
Singapore-based HAITE Aviation Training and Kuala Lumpur-based Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) Academy signed a MOU Aug. 29 to collaborate on a joint commercial flight crew training services in Malaysia.
ATSB issues advisory on pitot tubes after MAS 330 incident
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has issued a safety advisory following an incident in July in which a Malaysia Airlines (MAS) Airbus A330-300 was forced to turn back to Brisbane Airport because of three attached pitot tube covers.
ATR sees strong demand for aircraft in Asia-Pacific 
E-commerce, overcrowded routes and new tourism demographics are just a few of the reasons behind strong demands for ATR aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region.
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