Published on January 19th, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 19/01/2022

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:

EI-GZE Boeing 737-8 c/n 42842 Aeromexico Delivered Boeing Field-Mexico City 15/12/21.

EI-GZF Boeing 737-8 c/n 63974 Aeromexico Delivered Boeing Field-Mexico City 13/12/21.

SE-RYH Boeing 737-8 c/n 64992 Norwegian Air Sweden Ferried Dublin-Bergen-Montréal-Mojave 15/12/21.

Global Aviation News:

Emirates bullish to return to pre-pandemic capacity by mid-2022
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Global Crossing Airlines Provides Fourth Quarter 2021 Update
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Gurugram to get India’s first heli-hub with all aviation facilities
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Icelandair Unveils ‘Ambitious’ Summer Schedule With Three New Routes
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KKR Invests Another $75M in Jet Edge
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KLM further expands approach for Sustainable Aviation Fuel
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Over 800 civil aircraft covered by Internet: CAAC
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Play Airlines more than 100,000 passengers in the first 6 months
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Irish Aviation News:

IATA DG Willie Walsh reiterates criticism of Omicron ‘over-reaction’
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Ryanair Holdings – Lowers winter guidance; still about recovery into 2022 – Davy Research
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Significant rise in Air Corps’ emergency airlifts
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Sir Michael Ryan CBE appointed as the Industry Chair of the Aerospace Growth Partnership
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SP-RZO Boeing 737-8200 Buzz at Renton
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TrueNoord leases ATR72-212F cargo aircraft to Slovenian operator – Amelia International
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Watchdog clears Zagreb Airport of Ryanair favouritism
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Tweet Picks:

@ByERussell In November, regional airline CEOs said that in addition to pilots, they faced a shortage of trained maintenance technicians. The FAA just awarded $5 million in grants towards expanding the pool of aviation maintenance technicians.

@ByERussell “I think we’re looking at one of those pivotal moments in aviation that, if Boeing doesn’t respond, they’re going to lose 10, 15 points of market share,” says Aboulafia on the middle of the market. Airbus is running away with it right now. #TRBAM.

@ByERussell Many rightly point out that Boeing has been at a “pivotal” moment on a new mid-market aircraft for a while, the difference now is they need to make a decision — and fast — or potentially face significant additional share loss to Airbus.

@ByERussell One answer to the U.S. regional pilot shortage: Crew members from Australia. But that has created a legal storm with major pilots unions for startup Breeze Airways, writes @BrianSumers.

@dominicgates ZeroAvia to open research facility in Everett to convert to hydrogen power a used @AlaskaAir Q400 regional turboprop. The technology is in early development. ZeroAvia made its only experimental flight in Sept, flying a 6-seat Piper in England for 8 minutes.

Video Picks:

Delta CEO Ed Bastian: ‘We need those offices to get reopened’ for business travel to recover

Freedom Airline acquires new aircraft

Malaysia’s AirAsia says international travel will soon bounce back strongly

Ryanair walks away from Boeing deal over price differences

The travel industry must ‘roll with the punches,’ says travel services firm Collinson International


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