Published on January 10th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 10/01/2022

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 re-connects Ireland to Silicon Valley with San Francisco route:

Ryanair Group Boeing 737 MAX fleet increases to 41 aircraft at year end 2021:

Turkish Airlines launches new Antalya to Dublin route for Summer 2022:

Aircraft Update:

OE-LMQ Boeing 737-8 c/n 64992 AAA Max 2 Malta Registered at Mojave 04/01/22 ex SE-RYH.

SP-RZI Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62305 Buzz Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 05/01/22 in Ryanair colours.

SP-RZK Boeing 737-8200 c/n 62304 Buzz Delivered Boeing Field-Dublin 05/01/22 in Ryanair colours.

Global Aviation News:

Allegiant Air Orders Up to 100 737 MAX Jets
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EU Commission Aviation: slot relief rules for airlines extended
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Heathrow airfares to rise as CAA confirms interim price cap
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IndiGo working with other industry players to address ‘long standing problem’ of high indirect taxes: Ronojoy Dutta
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Late Order Flurry Puts Airbus Neck and Neck With Boeing for 2021
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‘People miss travel’: IATA bullish on Asia travel rebound in 2022
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Singapore Airlines Signs LOI For Seven Airbus A350F Freighters Powered By The Trent XWB-97
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United confirms all-new Polaris business class for Airbus A321XLR
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Irish Aviation News:

Air Nostrum CFO still interested in CityJet merger [Spanish]
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Atlantic Flight Training Academy Expands its Waterford Facility
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Canada Jetlines Receives First A320-200 Aircraft from Jackson Square Aviation
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daa appoints Andrea Carroll as group head of sustainability
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EI-HGW Boeing 737-8200 Ryanair at Renton
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Eurocontrol says Irish air travel ‘worst affected’ in Europe last year
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Ryanair December Traffic Rises To 9.5m Guests
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell Allegiant’s firm Max order is split between 30 737-7s and 20 737-8200s, per Cowen. $ALGT.

@ByERussell Allegiant Air is proving a willingness to make out-of-the-box moves. The all-Airbus operator has ordered up to 100 Boeing 737 Maxes in its largest ever new aircraft order.

@ByERussell The order comes a month after Allegiant unveiled a unique proposed budget airline JV with Mexican discounter Viva Aerobus.

@ByERussell Italy is the latest European country to consider rules that would suspend flights on routes where a train serves the market in under 2.5 hours. An analysis by @eonard_berberi finds that only 4 domestic routes could be at risk.

@ByERussell Latest financial forecast for a restructured LATAM Airlines Group. Anticipates a profit by 2024, and growing to $614mn by 2026. Analysis is based on the current plan, and assumes a 30 June 2022 Chapter 11 exit.

Video Picks:

Air NZ embark on eco-friendly challenge with goal of electric plane

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce: Vaccination is a requirement for aviation industry

Remarks by Jenifer Bamuturaki, Ag CEO Uganda Airlines at the 11th UK-Ugandan Trade Convention

Ryanair ready to wait years for Boeing to cut prices, says O’Leary

We are relatively optimistic on airline stocks in 2022: MKM Partners’ Cunningham


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