Jeremy Torr

Cebu Pacific Air A330-300
Cebu Pacific reveals first US flights to Guam, Hawaii
Cebu Pacific Air has committed to its first service into US territory with a 4X-weekly flight to Guam in March 2016.
AirAsia X A330-300
AirAsia X posts $64 million loss in 3Q
Malaysian long-haul low-cost carrier AirAsia X has reported a 2015 third-quarter net loss of RM288 million ($64.4 million), deepened from a RM210 million loss in the year-ago period.
Kingfisher Airlines A320
Kingfisher Airlines' assets to be auctioned off
Bankrupt Indian low-cost carrier (LCC) Kingfisher Airlines will see the last of its moveable assets be sold at a public auction in early December.
Manila Airport closure for APEC summit causes up to $2 billion losses
The recent geopolitical summit of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) leaders in Manila, Philippines, caused the cancellation of more than 1,000 flights out of Manila's Ninoy Aquino International (NAI) Airport, and an estimated $2 billion loss in overall revenue.
Thai Airways A380
Thai Airways reports mounting losses in 3Q
Thai Airways International posted a third-quarter net loss of THB9.9 billion ($246 million), reversed from a third-quarter $36.2 million net profit in the year-ago period.
Air New Zealand 767-300
Air New Zealand to open Vietnam schedule 1
Air New Zealand will launch 3X-weekly service from Auckland International to Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam from June 2016.
Indonesia rejects $1.2 billion airport plan
Following a year-long consultation, the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation (MOT) has rejected Lion Group's proposal to create a new four-runway airport at Lebak, Banten province near Jakarta.
Indonesia commits to 15 new airports by 2018
Indonesia’s Minister of Transportation Ignasius Jonan has committed to adding 15 new airports to the country’s capacity by 2018.
Southeast Asia carriers opt for inflight tracking
Southeast Asian regional carriers are increasingly choosing to implement inflight tracking systems following the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines MH370 in March 2014.
Tianjin Airlines Embraer E190
Tianjin Airlines looks to North American market
Hainan Airlines subsidiary Tianjin Airlines is planning to extend its regional network to an international map by adding Tianjin-Vancouver service, planned for launch in mid-2016.
Garuda Indonesia 777-300ER
Garuda aims to restructure costs, expand market 
Indonesian flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is aiming to expand its market offerings and restructure costs in the face of declining yields, according to Garuda director-commercial Puji Nur Handayani.
AAPA calls on governments to ‘rethink’ aviation
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) has called on governments to take a less heavy-handed approach to aviation.
AAPA: Airport congestion ‘hampering’ airlines in Asia
Asia Pacific airlines are being hindered in their growth by increasing airport congestion in the air and on the ground, executives in the region warned.
AAPA: Asia Pacific needs harmonized ops and safety policy
Asia Pacific lacks a set of harmonized guidelines for safety and regulatory practices according to Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) technical director Martin Eran-Tasker.
Korean Air 777-300ER
Korea to implement nationwide flight quiet-time for student exam
Korean airports will postpone all takeoffs and landings at airports nationwide for 40 minutes Nov. 12 to give students a low-noise opportunity as they take an important college test.
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