Published on January 18th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 18/01/2022

Acumen Aviation Newsletters:

SPARTA Monthly Newsletter:

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 January:

India Aviation Industry Newsletter 17 January:

Irish Aircraft Leasing Newsletter 17 January:

Irish Commercial Aircraft Update 17 January:

North American Newsletter 17 January:

Irish Aviation Research Institute Blog Posts:

Edelweiss connects Cork to Zurich for Summer 2022:

First Smartwings Boeing 737 MAX visits Dublin Airport:

SP-RZI, SP-RZK Boeing 737-8200 Delivered to Buzz:

Aircraft Update:

D-AAAQ Airbus A330-243 c/n 1451 Castlelake Ferried Lourdes-San Bernardino International 06/01/22 ex V5-ANO.

D-AAAS Airbus A330-243 c/n 1466 Castlelake Ferried Lourdes-San Bernardino International 06/01/22 ex V5-ANP.

EI-HAI Boeing 787-9 c/n 38789 Norse Atlantic Airways Delivered Shannon-Oslo 10/01/22 ex G-CKWD.

Global Aviation News:

AEI Receives ETOPS 180 Approval For The Boeing 737-800SF
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AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes says international travel will bounce back strongly despite omicron impact
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Air India under Tatas could be ‘big game-changer’ for Indian aviation
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David Neeleman’s Startup Breeze Rankles Pilots Union With Australia Workaround
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Delta CEO Ed Bastian Predicts Omicron Peak Will Mark Shift to an Endemic Covid-19
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Delta Air Lines Sees Better Days Ahead
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Empire Holdings, Inc., buys FedEx feeder West Air, Inc.
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Irish Aviation News:

Avolon delivers one Boeing 737 MAX 8 to GOL Airlines
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Consumer Confidence in Travel Soars since the lifting of travel restrictions – Aer Lingus
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Deucalion Aviation Limited: 2021 aircraft sale and leasing transactions highlights
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Donegal Airport MD Eilish Doherty wants to bring numbers back to 2019 levels
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Emerald Airlines Sees ‘Huge Opportunity’ At Belfast City
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Fraport is planning new gate operations even without Ryanair
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Ireland scraps testing requirement making it one of the easier destinations for Americans
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Ryanair issues stinging rebuke to Lufthansa ‘ghost flights’ claim
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Tweet Picks:

@AirbusPRESS Airbus logs first 2022 order: 22 #A220 (including 2 #ACJTwoTwenty) for @AzorraAviation.

@ByERussell Another move to capture more of the corporate travel market from Southwest Airlines: Flights are now available on Kayak for Business. $LUV.

@ByERussell Boeing delivered 340 commercial aircraft in 2021. An increase from 2020, but just over half of the 611 Airbus delivered. $BA.

@ByERussell Boeing is stuck between customers and the FAA fixing undelivered 787s, and getting its new Max 7s and 10s, and 777X out the door, writes @crankyflier.

@ByERussell Boeing is at a “pivotal” moment where it needs to make a decision on whether or not develop a mid-market aircraft. Airbus has, so far, run away with the segment with its A321neo family.

Video Picks:

As long as airline demand returns to summer-levels, things should be good: Conor Cunningham, MKM Partners executive director

Delta Air Lines beats earnings estimates, forecasts strong for spring and summer travel

Emirates Group Chairman and CEO Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum: Merging UAE’s airlines reduces competition

Ethiopian Airlines profits from cargo boom

Flights at U.S. Airports Halted During North Korea Missile Test


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