Published on January 5th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 05/01/2021

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Market Insight – The Missing Piece

Certificate Program in Aircraft Technical Asset Management

Certificate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 January 2022:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 4 January 2022:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 4 January 2022:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 4 January 2022:

North American Newsletter 4 January 2022:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Aer Lingus and Emerald Airlines to Connect 11 North American Destinations via DUB HUB

EI-GZE, EI-GZF Boeing 737 MAX 8’s delivered to Aeromexico

Norse Atlantic Airways places Boeing 787-9 on Irish Register

Aircraft Update:

VT-IKE Airbus A320-232 c/n 2138 IndiGo Airlines Ferried Delhi-Tbilisi-Istanbul-Castellón 12-13/12/21 ex EI-GHF.

VT-SGQ Boeing 737-8GJ c/n 37365 SpiceJet Ferried Delhi-Istanbul-Shannon 13-15/12/21 on return to lessor.

VT-SPU Boeing 737- 9GJER c/n 34953 SpiceJet Ferried Delhi-Istanbul-Shannon 13-15/12/21 on return to lessor.

Global Aviation News:

Air France-KLM orders 100 Airbus A320neo family aircraft – with purchase rights for an additional 60 aircraft – for KLM and Transavia, and signs an LOI for the purchase of 4 Airbus A350F Full Freighter aircraft for Air France
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Air India transaction presents a ‘win-win’ situation: Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia
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Airbus firms up order for four A350F freighters
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CEO interview with SAS, CEO & President, Anko van der Werff
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Domestic demand has not slowed down since Diwali: IndiGo’s Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer Sanjay KumarRead more:

IAG and Globalia confirm discussions to terminate Air Europa’s acquisition agreement
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IndiGo is serious about cargo; not considering starting frequent flyer program: CCO
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Malaysia Airlines turns cash-flow positive in October, 2023 breakeven target in sight
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Irish Aviation News:

AerCap Delivers First of 14 Airbus A220 Aircraft to Breeze Airways
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AerAdvise Adds Additional Aircraft Types to Part-CAMO Approval and Receives Airworthiness Review Privileges
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Aidan Coghlan interview: Plotting a course for World Travel Centre beyond Covid
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Cork Airport and Covid-19: Charting a course through uncertain times
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CSO Aviation Statistics Quarter 3 2021
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Datalex selected to support Virgin Australia technology roadmap
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Ireland issues PQQ for new SAR contract
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Ryanair Opens New Aircraft Maintenance Facility In Seville
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Tweet Picks:

@Airline_Weekly Incoming Southwest Airlines CEO Robert Jordan must manage the arrival of 114 new aircraft during his first year as the carrier builds back its network depth, he told @munnikrishnan at the Skift Global Forum.

@Airline_Weekly “What is totally in our control is the decision on what aircraft we’re going to fly,” Air France-KLM CEO Ben Smith said of its carbon goals at the #SkiftForum. The arrival of the A220 is its latest step towards cutting emissions.

@AnnaPykett “Even if we do have to face other #COVID19 variants, a much more consistent approach is needed from governments around the globe.”Director of air transport consultancy JLS Consulting @JohnLStrickland.

@GuillaumeFaury Today takes our @Qantas relationship to a new level as we become the chosen partner to replace its single-aisle fleet. We’re committed to delivering the most modern & fuel-efficient technology and to sealing our partnership for a sustainable future. Thanks for your ongoing trust!.

@JohnLStrickland a really big change for @KLM  which unlike @airfrance  has historically been a #Boeing short haul customer.  Makes sense for commonality across the group including @transavia @transaviaFR  #airlines A big win for #Airbus.

Video Picks:

Delta Airlines launches new facial recognition tech for security

Eddie Wilson Ryanair is still a Boeing customer

Fares for summer 2022, Keith Finnegan & Eoghan Corry

Flying on the Fokker 50 from Dublin to Donegal Airport

The A220 as seen by… Nicolas Bertrand, SVP Air France Fleet 


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