Published on January 11th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 11/01/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

Certificate Program in Aircraft Leasing & Financing:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 January 2022:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 10 January 2022:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 10 January 2022:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 10 January 2022:

North American Newsletter 10 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:

EI-GUP ATR72-600F c/n 1700 ASL Airlines Ireland Delivered Toulouse-Shannon 06/01/22 in FedEx colours.

EI-GUM AR72-600F c/n 1717 ASL Airlines Ireland Delivered Toulouse-Shannon 06/01/22 in FedEx colours.

EI-SLP ATR72-212(A) c/n 461 Amelia Delivered Toulouse-Francazal-Ljubljana 06/01/22.

Global Aviation News:

Air cargo faces up to an increasing number of turf invaders
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Air Serbia recommits to hub strategy at Belgrade Airport
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Avelo Airlines Raises $42 Million in Series B Funding
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First Saab 2000 Cargo Conversion under way
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German aviation: threats of slow recovery, air taxes and road tunnels
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Jet2holidays Bookings Soar by 150% Since Pre-Departure Testing Scrapping
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New Magma Aviation CEO outlines expansion plans
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2021 Global Airline Capacity Finished at 5.7 Billion, 35% Down on Pre-COVID Levels
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Irish Aviation News:

Aer Lingus welcomes Government Decision to Remove Pre-Departure Test Requirements
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CDB Aviation Completes Deliveries of 15 New Boeing Aircraft to United
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Emerald Airlines announced as the new operator on Donegal – Dublin PSO route
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FPG Amentum completes exceptionally busy trading year 2021
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Government seeks new operator for €800m search and rescue helicopter service
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ITTN interview with Gary Kershaw, Country Manager UK & Ireland with Qatar Airways
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Ljubljana Airport prepared to resume Ryanair talks
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NAC strengthens its Executive Leadership Team with four senior appointments
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Tweet Picks:

@ChinaAvReview Boeing 737MAX appeared in China’s airspace after almost 3 years ban. Hainan Air’s B-207T is ferrying to Haikou right now.

@flightradar24 In 2021, we tracked 27,788 A380 flights. 24,534 were operated by Emirates. The airline accounted for nearly all A380 flights until other airlines began restarting their fleets in mid-November.

@opsthetravelg Boeing confirms new high gross weight 787-10 To better compete with the 350-900 in new exclusive scoop by @dominicgates initially revealed two years ago by @jonostrower.

@SpaethFlies Shockingly, not a single European route made it among the world’s top 50 in 2021, with 32 of them in Asia/Pacific, amazing stats by @routesonline #avgeek.

@TelegraphTravel Norse is the latest in a clutch of new airlines making post-pandemic transatlantic travel more affordable – with UK-US flights set for 2022.

Video Picks:

Airlines mark turbulent start to 2022 with more than 1,800 cancelled flights

Changes in travel regulations, Eoghan Corry Ireland AM January 6 2021

Jayne Hrdlicka, CEO and Managing Director, Virgin Australia

Omicron variant could have modest, short-term impact on airlines: Citigroup’s Trent

What’s behind the surge in flight cancellations, and when the skies may clear: Grounded


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