Published on January 7th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 07/01/2022

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:
G-CKWD Boeing 787-9 c/n 38789 AerCap Ferried London Gatwick-Shannon 04/12/21 for Norse Atlantic Airways.
G-CKWS Boeing 787-9 c/n 63319 BOC Aviation Ferried Warsaw-Shannon 02/12/21 for Norse Atlantic Airways.
G-EIRH Airbus A321-253NX c/n 10319 Aer Lingus UK Registered at Dublin 30/11/21 positioned Dublin-Manchester 02/12/21 ex EI-LRH.

Global Aviation News:
Air Montenegro invites bids for aircraft lease
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Austrian Airlines starts summer season 2022 with broad destination portfolio
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easyJet extends ‘Worldwide by easyJet’ to new connections airline partner Virgin Atlantic
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Emirates completes A380 fleet with 123rd delivery of iconic aircraft
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Flair Airlines announces major fleet expansion to 30 aircraft by mid-2023
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IndiGo’s Shareholders Approve Removal Of Contentious Clause
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Singapore Airlines A380 Aircraft Returns To New York
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Irish Aviation News:
Aer Lingus scheduled to make return to Miami International Airport (MIA) in January
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Airport security ‘exempt’ from self-isolation guidelines for close contacts
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AMCK Aviation cites risks as reason for exiting leasing market
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Amedeo Air Four Plus Limited: Thai Airways Update
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Another turbulent year for Irish Aviation
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Carlyle Aviation Partners Affiliate to Buy AMCK Aviation’s Portfolio of Aircraft
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CDB Aviation Delivers First of Two 737-800 Aircraft to New North American Customer Sun Country
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Galway Flying Club circles the landing zone for 75th anniversary
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Squawk 7000 News – December 20th, 2021


Tweet Picks:
@ByERussell The vast majority of flights operated over the holidays with @flightradar24  data showing just 8% were cancelled globally. And the outlook is bullish for 2022, when many expect airlines will put the pandemic behind them.
@JohnLStrickland A shift in capacity and power balance @Gatwick_Airport  next summer @wizzair  acquires 15 slot pairs from @Fly_Norwegian  & will base 5 #aircraft compared to 1 this year.  @easyjet  leases slots from @British_Airways  to increase its tail count at the #airport. #airlines.
@JohnLStrickland Challenging first quarter in prospect thanks to #omicron. #ryanair reduces guidance,  (bigger loss) & cuts January capacity by 33% #airlines.
@JohnLStrickland #Ryanair steaming ahead with its “load factor active ” policy, at expense of pricing, despite #Omicron headwinds. Customer confidence affecting most #airlines with booking drops & #airport no shows.  #britishairways & others not seeing full value of USA opening due to this.
@skift “My belief is business travel will recover — I’ll pick a mark — three years from now business travel will be more than it was in 2019,” says Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta at the Skift Global Forum. #SkiftForum.
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