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Low-cost carrier Jeju Air adds capacity to China as Japanese services wane.
Cathay Pacific fires two ground workers and suspends a second pilot for their participation in the demonstrations.
Start-up Desaer is working on a low-cost light transport project that has commercial and military uses
Cathay Pacific warns its employees not to participate in protests or face firing.
The European OEM’s delivery rate slowed again in July, though the year-to-date total exceeds last year's.
Vistara, Spicejet, and IndiGo all have used slots gained with the closure of Jet Airways to expand internationally.
IATA expects average flight delays in the Mideast to double by 2025 without urgent action.
Having lost its position as a trusted partner of Japan, South Korea has initiated a boycott of Japan and its products, a move affecting its airlines.
IATA cautions that its air freight forecast for zero average growth in 2019 now “looks optimistic.”
Pakistan’s airspace may close again, after reopening in July following five months of disruption.