Published on January 21st, 2022 | by Alan Dwyer


Daily Aviation Brief – 21/01/2022

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-FYD Boeing 737-8 c/n 42828 Norwegian Air International Ferried Oslo-Bergen-Montréal-Mojave 10-15/12/21.

N273GE Airbus A319-112 c/n 2547 AerCap Registered at Goodyear 14/12/21 ex OO-SSE.

OK-GFS ATR72-212A(500) c/n 679 ASL Airlines Ireland Ferried Prague-Toulouse-Francazal 15/12/21.

Global Aviation News:

Aggressive price competition to fuel aircraft seat capacity, says CGS-CIMB Research
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All EX-YU flag carriers to expand, renew fleets in 2022
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Belgrade Airport seeks to develop long haul network
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British Airways further extends elite status and reduced qualification thresholds
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Croatia Airlines in talks with Boeing over MAX order

Flight disruptions will not derail airlines’ recovery in 2022, says Moody’s
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First ever summer flights between Algarve and Canada
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Wizz Air Issues €500m Bond
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Irish Aviation News:

Aircastle Limited (AYR) CEO Mike Inglese on Q3 2021 Results – Earnings Call Transcript
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Alan Joyce “most mentioned” Australian CEO in 2021 across news and social media
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Avolon delivers one Airbus A321NEO to Beijing Capital Airlines
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Azorra orders 22 A220 Family aircraft
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Exeter Airport confirms new flights to Dublin with onward connections to the USA
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Flight review: Aer Lingus A321neo Business Class
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FPG Amentum announces changes to its Technical team
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Ryanair quits Frankfurt in favour of Nuremberg
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Tweet Picks:

@jonostrower FedEx has never said they were planning on acquiring A321 freighters. Extremely notably, FedEx was central to the now discarded business case for Boeing’s NMA, which would’ve aimed to replace the cargo giant’s fleet of aging 757s.

@jonostrower Yanliang airport, a site that doesn’t formally exist in Google Maps, is the most interesting place in aviation right now. This Y-20 test aircraft is flying China’s new domestically-made turbofan engine. Tops on Xi Jinping’s wish list.

@JTTsteve JMO, but the AAY “day trip” low asset utilization model doesn’t take kindly to expensive planes. You’ve got to fly these things round the clock to make money. Plus the add’l cost of tooling, training, spares, and the LOW price of used A319/20s this makes NO sense. Stock pump?

@LeehamNews Boeing was “hungry” for deal, says Allegiant CEO.

@LondonAirTravel Austin is Virgin Atlantic’s first destination in Texas. It has been a long time since the airline launched a new route to a city in the US that isn’t a Delta hub. Unlike the now suspended Chicago & Newark, Virgin is not competing against high daily frequencies by rivals.

Video Picks:

ACI Europe: The Interview | Dalton Philips, Chief Executive Officer, daa Ireland

AT&T, Verizon delay some 5G rollout after airlines warn of chaos

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian on Just 100 ranking: It all starts with people

New airlines a surprise to Malaysia Airlines parent

See you at Dubai Expo Emirates Airlines


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