Adrian Schofield

Adrian
Schofield
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Philippine Airlines A350-900
PAL chairman Lucio Tan to step in as interim president
Philippine Airlines (PAL) has made a significant change in its leadership structure as the flag carrier seeks a new president to run the airline.
Carlos Peco from Rohde & Schwarz (Australia)
New Philippines ATC system completes factory testing
A project to develop a new air traffic control (ATC) communication system for the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) has achieved an important milestone with the completion of factory testing.
AirAsia’s cargo unit co-invests in EasyParcel 
AirAsia is trying boost its cargo and logistics business by investing in and partnering with a Malaysia-based e-commerce and parcel delivery company.
Vietnam Airlines Boeing 787-9
Vietnam Airlines posts 1H profit rise on higher revenue
Vietnam Airlines reported a VND1.8 trillion ($77.5 million) pre-tax profit for the first half of 2019, up 21.8% year-over-year (YOY) and 13.6% above its planned profit.
Air India A320neo
Pakistan lifts airspace restrictions for airline overflights 
Pakistan has lifted the restrictions that were imposed on much of its airspace for nearly five months, a welcome relief to airlines that have been forced to reroute overflights as a result of the closures.
Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa expand partnership
Cathay Pacific is set to expand its access to some key European cities, thanks to an expansion of its codeshare agreement with the Lufthansa Group.
India’s Vistara to launch Boeing 737 Singapore service
Indian airline Vistara is preparing to begin its expansion to international routes, with Singapore set to be its first destination outside India.
Philippine Airlines Airbus A320
PAL names new senior leadership team
Philippine Airlines (PAL) has taken further steps in the transition of its leadership team, as it announces new senior officers to work under its next chief.
Airlines: Airbus A380 checks will not cause disruptions
Airbus A380 operators affected by a new inspection requirement are not anticipating any disruptions resulting from the checks, nor have early results turned up any new issues.
ANA Boeing 787-10
ANA widebody deliveries boost international services
All Nippon Airways (ANA) continues to upgrade its widebody fleet as the Japanese carrier recently took delivery of two Airbus A380, Boeing 787-10 and 777F aircraft for international passenger and freight services.
Qantas picks Mackay for second pilot academy location 
Qantas has selected the second of two sites for the pilot training academy it is establishing to help address growing pilot hiring needs.
Former AirAsia chairman reportedly interested in Malaysia Airlines stake 
A new group of investors reportedly is interested in buying a significant stake in Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB), although such a move would conflict with the airline’s own recovery proposal.
New Caledonia’s Aircalin prepares for fleet overhaul 
Aircalin, the national airline of New Caledonia in the South Pacific, is planning acomplete replacement of its fleet with the delivery of new Airbus widebodies and narrowbodies.
Air Kiribati bases international ambitions on E190-E2s 
Pacific Island carrier Air Kiribati plans to extend its reach to international tourist markets with the introduction of Embraer E190-E2s.
Australian and UK Virgin carriers get go-ahead to partner
Australian regulators have given interim approval to a partnership between Virgin Australia and Virgin Atlantic that will see them cooperate in the Australia-UK market.
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