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Peach opens reservation for 20 additional domestic services for summer 2021

Peach opened (21-Jan-2021) reservation for an additional 20 domestic services and one international service for the 2021 summer season, effective 28-Mar-2021 to 30-Oct-2021. Combined with

China air pax down 44% on 20-Jan-2021

China‘s Ministry of Transport reported (21-Jan-2021) the following traffic highlights for 20-Jan-2021, the eighth day of the 12th Lunar month: Total passengers: 19.3 million, -57.6%

Singapore Airlines resumes Singapore-Munich service on 20-Jan-2021

Singapore Airlines resumed (20-Jan-2021) three times weekly Singapore-Munich service on 20-Jan-2021 with A350-900 aircraft. The service will also transport cargo to and from Asia.

Airports of Thailand pax declines 72.7% to 3.5m in Dec-2020, 46.6m pax in 2020

Airports of Thailand reported (21-Jan-2021) the following traffic highlights: Dec-2020: Passengers: 3.5 million, -72.7% year-on-year; Domestic: 3.5 million, -29.9%; International: 75,060, -99.1%; Cargo: 84,793 tonnes,

Visitor arrivals to Macau down 78.1% in 2020

Macau‘s Statistics and Census Service reported (20-Jan-2021) visitor arrivals to Macau for Dec-2020 and 12 months ended Dec-2020. Details include: Dec-2020: Visitor arrivals: 659,407, -78.6%

Asiana Airlines to resume operation of international scenic services in Jan-2021

Asiana Airlines announced (20-Jan-2021) plans to resume operation of international scenic services with A380 equipment on 31-Jan-2021. The approximately three hour services depart Seoul Incheon

Visitor arrivals to Japan down 87.1% in 2020

Japan National Tourism Organisation reported (19-Feb-2020) visitor arrivals to Japan for Jan-2020. Details include: Dec-2020: Visitor arrivals: 58,700, -97.7% year-on-year; Japanese departures: 33,000, -98.1%; 12

Singapore Changi Airport pax down 97.6% in Dec-2020, 11.8m pax in 2020

Singapore Changi Airport, via its official website, reported (21-Jan-2021) the following traffic highlights: Dec-2020: Passengers: 152,000, -97.6% year-on-year; Cargo volume: 148,000 tonnes, -15.5%; Aircraft movements:

South Korea to implement additional COVID-19 testing requirements for international arrivals

South Korea‘s Government will require all international passengers to present a negative PCR test certificate for COVID-19, with the test taken within 24 hours of

Air Premia expects to receive AOC and first aircraft in Feb-2021

Air Premia reportedly expects to receive its air operator’s certificate (AOC) from South Korea‘s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in Feb-2021 (The Korea Herald,

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